Synthesis of all Topologically Different Views of 3-D Objects
This paper presents an algorithm to determine the different views from solid bodies composed of convex polyhedra. The algorithm considers descriptions of views given by subsets of the attributed hypergraphs of the objects formed by the seen faces and can easily be extended to other view descriptions.
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