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26 Jun 2013 Screenshot Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small implicit surface, polynomial, linear equations, convolution 20 4
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28 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small

The main idear of this program is substitution a bezier surface s(u,v) into a implicit surface ,use the convolution method.same as the implicitization of Parametric surface.

27 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small

Thanks for your advise,the a1.3dm is Rhino3d file format,you can watch the result surface in Rhino3d,maybe the effective code or perfect math is not important in style design,my purpose is make this progress not too slow,and fast to display,then I can modify the surface interactly.

27 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small

LX1.m is the main program to solve the equation,LX2.m use iso surface to display,and project points to the surface for output.cv file define the control points of bezier surface.MUMA1.mat define the constrains of the boundary,same as define the conunity of bezier surface.
I am not good at math.maybe it is a coincidence for wrong idear but feasible results.so welcome for any questions.

25 Jun 2013 implot.m A plotting function for implicit functions. Author: Arthur Jutan

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28 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small small

The main idear of this program is substitution a bezier surface s(u,v) into a implicit surface ,use the convolution method.same as the implicitization of Parametric surface.

27 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small small

Thanks for your advise,the a1.3dm is Rhino3d file format,you can watch the result surface in Rhino3d,maybe the effective code or perfect math is not important in style design,my purpose is make this progress not too slow,and fast to display,then I can modify the surface interactly.

27 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small D'Errico, John

No help in here. No explanation of how to use it, or even any clear explanation of what it does. As it is, this is just a set of random lines of code, most of which are not that well written.

For example, looking inside, I see the lines:

ind=[1,0,0,0;
0,1,0,0;
0,0,1,0;
0,0,0,1;];

Perhaps the author should learn how to use the tools already in MATLAB, here for example, eye.m.

Without looking deeply into the code, I don't know if the rest of this loopy code can be improved as trivially. I'll bet it can, but I'm not going to invest that time.

I'd suggest the author learn how to comment their code. Learn how to write adequate help.

27 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small D'Errico, John

27 Jun 2013 Surface blend by linear equations A solution for blending surfaces and curves by linear equations. Author: small small

LX1.m is the main program to solve the equation,LX2.m use iso surface to display,and project points to the surface for output.cv file define the control points of bezier surface.MUMA1.mat define the constrains of the boundary,same as define the conunity of bezier surface.
I am not good at math.maybe it is a coincidence for wrong idear but feasible results.so welcome for any questions.

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