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Title: Computational Geometry
Department: Computer Science and Engineering
Author: Prof. Sandeep Sen
University: IIT Delhi
Type: WebLink
Abstract: Computational geometry is a term claimed by a number of different groups.
The term was coined perhaps first by Marvin Minsky in his book “Perceptrons”, which was about pattern
recognition, and it has also been used often to describe algorithms for manipulating curves and surfaces in solid
modeling. Its most widely recognized use, however, is to describe the subfield of algorithm theory that involves
the design and analysis of efficient algorithms for problems involving geometric input and output.
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