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Introduction to basic concepts of geometric computing, illustrating the importance of this new field for computer graphics, solid modelling, robotics, databases, pattern recognition, and statistical analysis. Algorithms for geometric problems. Fundamental techniques, for example, convex hulls, Voronoi diagrams, intersection problems, multidimensional searching.

Semester:
Spring17

Lectures:
Monday,Wednesday, 1:30-2:50

Location:
TBD

Bernard Chazelle

Office:
Computer Science 404

Extension:
5380

Email:
chazelle

The Undergraduate Coordinator is Colleen Kenny

Email:
ckenny

Office:
Computer Science 210

Extension:
1746