Mesh parameterization

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Given two surfaces with the same topology, a bijective mapping between them exists. On triangular mesh surfaces, the problem of computing this mapping is called mesh parameterization. The parameter domain is the surface that the mesh is mapped onto.

Parameterization was mainly used for mapping textures to surfaces. Recently, it has become a powerful tool for many applications in mesh processing.[citation needed] Various techniques are developed for different types of parameter domains with different parameterization properties.



  • Barycentric Mappings
  • Differential Geometry Primer
  • Non-Linear Methods


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"Mesh Parameterization: theory and practice"