TY - JOUR

T1 - Matrix-valued 4-point Spline and 3-point Non-spline Interpolatory Curve Subdivision Schemes

AU - Chui, Charles K.

AU - Jiang, Qingtang

PY - 2009/10/1

Y1 - 2009/10/1

N2 - The objective of this paper is to study and construct matrix-valued templates for interpolatory curve subdivision. Since our investigation of this problem was motivated by the need of such subdivision stencils as boundary templates for interpolatory surface subdivision, we provide both spline and non-spline templates that are necessarily symmetric, due to the lack of direction-orientation in carrying out surface subdivision in general. For example, the minimum-supported Hermite interpolatory C 1 cubic spline curve subdivision scheme, with the skew-symmetric basis function for interpolating first derivatives, does not meet the symmetry specification. Non-spline C 2 interpolatory templates constructed in this paper are particularly important, due to their smaller support needed to minimize undesirable surface oscillations, when adopted as boundary templates for interpolatory C 2 surface subdivision. The curve subdivision templates introduced in this paper are adopted as boundary stencils for interpolatory surface subdivision with matrix-valued templates.

AB - The objective of this paper is to study and construct matrix-valued templates for interpolatory curve subdivision. Since our investigation of this problem was motivated by the need of such subdivision stencils as boundary templates for interpolatory surface subdivision, we provide both spline and non-spline templates that are necessarily symmetric, due to the lack of direction-orientation in carrying out surface subdivision in general. For example, the minimum-supported Hermite interpolatory C 1 cubic spline curve subdivision scheme, with the skew-symmetric basis function for interpolating first derivatives, does not meet the symmetry specification. Non-spline C 2 interpolatory templates constructed in this paper are particularly important, due to their smaller support needed to minimize undesirable surface oscillations, when adopted as boundary templates for interpolatory C 2 surface subdivision. The curve subdivision templates introduced in this paper are adopted as boundary stencils for interpolatory surface subdivision with matrix-valued templates.

UR - http://www.cs.umsl.edu/~jiang/webpaper/curve_interpolatory.pdf

U2 - 10.1016/j.cagd.2009.03.002

DO - 10.1016/j.cagd.2009.03.002

M3 - Article

VL - 26

JO - Computer Aided Geometric Design

JF - Computer Aided Geometric Design

ER -