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G2 Hermite Interpolation with Curves Represented by Multi-valued Trigonometric Support Functions

Citace: [] BASTL, B., LÁVIČKA, M., ŠÍR, Z. G2 Hermite Interpolation with Curves Represented by Multi-valued Trigonometric Support Functions. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2012, roč. 2012, č. 6920, s. 142-156. ISSN: 0302-9743
Druh: ČLÁNEK
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: G2 Hermite Interpolation with Curves Represented by Multi-valued Trigonometric Support Functions
Rok vydání: 2012
Název zdroje: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
Autoři: Ing. Bohumír Bastl Ph.D. , RNDr. Miroslav Lávička Ph.D. , RNDr. Zbyněk Šír Ph.D.
Abstrakt CZ: It was recently proved in that all rational hypocycloids and epicycloids are Pythagorean hodograph curves, i.e., rational curves with rational offsets. In this paper, we extend the discussion to a more general class of curves represented by trigonometric polynomial support functions. We show that these curves are offsets to translated convolutions of scaled and rotated hypocycloids and epicycloids. Using this result, we formulate a new and very simple G2 Hermite interpolation algorithm based on solving a small system of linear equations. The efficiency of the designed method is then presented on several examples. In particular, we show how to approximate general trochoids, which, as we prove, are not Pythagorean hodograph curves in general.
Abstrakt EN: It was recently proved in that all rational hypocycloids and epicycloids are Pythagorean hodograph curves, i.e., rational curves with rational offsets. In this paper, we extend the discussion to a more general class of curves represented by trigonometric polynomial support functions. We show that these curves are offsets to translated convolutions of scaled and rotated hypocycloids and epicycloids. Using this result, we formulate a new and very simple G2 Hermite interpolation algorithm based on solving a small system of linear equations. The efficiency of the designed method is then presented on several examples. In particular, we show how to approximate general trochoids, which, as we prove, are not Pythagorean hodograph curves in general.
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