JIGSAW is a computational library for unstructured mesh generation; designed to generate high-quality triangulations and polyhedral decompositions of general planar, surface and volumetric domains. JIGSAW includes both 'refinement'-based algorithms for the construction of new meshes, as well as 'optimisation'-driven techniques for the improvement of existing grids.
This package provides a MATLAB / OCTAVE based scripting interface to the underlying JIGSAW mesh generator (a C++ library), including a range of additional facilities for file I/O, mesh visualisation and post-processing operations.
For instructions on compiling and configuring the code, see the readme file: https://github.com/dengwirda/jigsaw-matlab
JIGSAW is currently in an open BETA release, and has been successfully tested on various 64-bit Linux, Windows and Mac platforms - any feedback is appreciated by email.
See MESHDEMO for a set of example problems.
The algorithmic developments behind JIGSAW have been the subject of a number of publications. If you make use of JIGSAW, please make reference to the following:
 - Darren Engwirda: Generalised primal-dual grids for unstructured co-volume schemes, under review, https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.02657, 2017.
 - Darren Engwirda, Conforming Restricted Delaunay Mesh Generation for Piecewise Smooth Complexes, Procedia Engineering, Volume 163, Pages 84-96, ISSN 1877-7058, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2016.11.024, 2016.
 - Darren Engwirda, Voronoi-based Point-placement for Three-dimensional Delaunay-refinement, Procedia Engineering, Volume 124, Pages 330-342, ISSN 1877-7058, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2015.10.143, 2015.
 - Darren Engwirda, David Ivers, Off-centre Steiner points for Delaunay-refinement on curved surfaces, Computer-Aided Design, Volume 72, Pages 157-171, ISSN 0010-4485, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cad.2015.10.007, 2016.
 - Darren Engwirda, Locally-optimal Delaunay-refinement and optimisation-based mesh generation, Ph.D. Thesis, School of Mathematics and Statistics, The University of Sydney, http://hdl.handle.net/2123/13148, 2014.
@Fernando Zigunov: What doesn't work for you? Did you follow the instructions to first compile the code? JIGSAW is known to run successfully under various different OS / compiler / MATLAB combinations.
Visit below link for Matlab Code
A simpler example ( e.g. mashdemo(0) ) meshing a 3d binary geometry
and producing a surface mesh structure (vertices, faces etc.) as isosurface (matlab) or vol2surf (iso2mesh)
would be of some help for straightforward use into existing matlab codes.
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