###### polygonal meshes

- Triangular mesh, which is one of the most popular polygonal meshes, plays an important role in mesh simplification field. (hubpages.com)
- As polygonal meshes are extensively used in computer graphics, algorithms also exist for ray tracing, collision detection, and rigid-body dynamics of polygon meshes. (wikipedia.org)

###### anti-clockwise direction

- Racing takes place in an anti-clockwise direction, as it does on all Victorian tracks. (wikipedia.org)
- in the anti-clockwise direction and Waney Selig confesses that his sheet is filtered unexpectedly. (demonce.tk)

###### simplification

- Mesh simplification consider a mesh with all or large number of points already belonging to triangulation and at each iteration eliminate the point with the smallest approximation error. (hubpages.com)
- The variety of operations performed on meshes may include Boolean logic, smoothing, simplification, and many others. (wikipedia.org)

###### algorithm

- Turn restriction routing is a routing algorithm for mesh-family of topologies which avoids deadlocks by restricting the types of turns that are allowed in the algorithm while determining the route from source node to destination node in a network. (wikipedia.org)
- All the clockwise and anti-clockwise turns that are possible in a non restricted routing algorithm are shown in fig 2. (wikipedia.org)
- A turn restriction routing can be obtained by prohibiting at least one of the four possible clockwise turns and at least one of the four possible anti-clockwise turns in the routing algorithm. (wikipedia.org)

###### representations

- Triangle meshes are data representations with various advantages over the use of regular grids, including adaptability to data density, ease of manipulation and visualization of complex surfaces and organization of structures at different level of resolution. (hubpages.com)
- Different representations of polygon meshes are used for different applications and goals. (wikipedia.org)

###### objects

- Objects created with polygon meshes must store different types of elements. (wikipedia.org)
- Groups Some mesh formats contain Groups, which define separate elements of the mesh, and are useful for determining separate sub-objects for skeletal animation or separate actors for non-skeletal animation. (wikipedia.org)

###### data

- Mesh refinement initially construct a triangulation that approximates a small number of data points. (hubpages.com)
- As an alternative to providing surfaces/smoothing groups, a mesh may contain other data for calculating the same data, such as a splitting angle (polygons with normals above this threshold are either automatically treated as separate smoothing groups or some technique such as splitting or chamfering is automatically applied to the edge between them). (wikipedia.org)
- Also, I will be looking at how some of the methodologies of the commercial world might be used in science outreach, for instance when assessing how the best delivery systems for 3D meshes and other data, including the re-use of data and assets generated during research and making the presentation of this data engaging whilst retaining scientific integrity. (blogspot.co.uk)

###### higher

- Winged-edge meshes allow constant time traversal of the surface, but with higher storage requirements. (wikipedia.org)

###### possible

- A cyclic acquisition of channels can take place only if all the four possible clockwise (or anti-clockwise) turns have occurred. (wikipedia.org)
- This means there are at least 16 (4x4) possible turn restriction routing techniques as you have 4 clockwise turns and 4 anti-clockwise turns to choose from. (wikipedia.org)

###### point

- At each iteration, a new point is inserted into the mesh, typically one that presents the largest approximation error in the current triangulation. (hubpages.com)

###### leads

- This leads to one equation that incorporates two mesh currents. (wikipedia.org)

###### cell

- what's the difference between 'rotating reference frame' and 'rotating mesh' in the 'cell zone condition' tab? (cfd-online.com)
- We build the index as before, by walking clockwise around the cell, appending each trit to the index, taking the most-significant-trit from the top left corner, and the least-significant-trit from the bottom left corner. (wikipedia.org)

###### small

- To its south, another small microplate, the Galapagos Microplate is likewise rotating, but clockwise. (wikipedia.org)

###### long

- The Clockwise Man is a BBC Books original novel written by Justin Richards and based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who. (wikipedia.org)

###### specify

- Now that we have initialized the flag mesh, we need to specify how the flag animates every frame. (zeuscmd.com)

###### current

- A mesh current is a current that loops around the essential mesh and the equations are set solved in terms of them. (wikipedia.org)
- A mesh current may not correspond to any physically flowing current, but the physical currents are easily found from them. (wikipedia.org)
- Solving for mesh currents instead of directly applying Kirchhoff's current law and Kirchhoff's voltage law can greatly reduce the amount of calculation required. (wikipedia.org)
- There are two special cases in mesh current: currents containing a supermesh and currents containing dependent sources. (wikipedia.org)
- A supermesh occurs when a current source is contained between two essential meshes. (wikipedia.org)
- Once this equation is formed, an equation is needed that relates the two mesh currents with the current source. (wikipedia.org)
- This will be an equation where the current source is equal to one of the mesh currents minus the other. (wikipedia.org)

###### Materials

- Materials Generally materials will be defined, allowing different portions of the mesh to use different shaders when rendered. (wikipedia.org)