Laplacian Mesh Deformation

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Deforming a 3D surface mesh while preserving its local detail is useful for editing anatomical atlases or for mesh based segmentation. This contribution introduces new classes for performing hard and soft constraints deformation in a flexible design which allows user to switch easily in between Laplacian discretization operators, area weighing and solvers. The usage of these new
classes is demonstrated on a sphere.
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Comment by Andinet Enquobahrie yellow
The source code has already been migrated to ITK.

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References please


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Categories: Atlas-based segmentation, Filtering, Mesh
Keywords: ITK filter, QuadEdgeMesh, Laplacian, Mesh, Deformation
Toolkits: ITK, CMake
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