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Two incremental linear interpolation algorithms are derived and analyzed for speed and accuracy. The first is a version of a “simple” digital differential analyzer (DDA) employing fixed-point arithmetic, whereas the second is a new algorithm that uses only integral arithmetic and is a...
In Part I, Markov chains were shown to be associated with solutions to several standard problems in computer-aided geometric design. Constraints on these Markov chains were also derived. Examples are given here of Markov chains that either satisfy some of these constraints or solve one of these...
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