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|Title:||Non-equivalent partitions of d-triangles with Steiner points||Authors:||Plaza, Ángel
Suárez, José P.
Padrón, Miguel A.
|UNESCO Clasification:||120601 Construcción de algoritmos||Keywords:||Steiner points
|Issue Date:||2004||Journal:||Applied Numerical Mathematics||Abstract:||In this paper we present lower and upper bounds for the number of equivalence classes of d-triangles with additional or Steiner points. We also study the number of possible partitions that may appear by bisecting a tetrahedron with Steiner points at the midpoints of its edges. This problem arises, for example, when refining a 3D triangulation by bisecting the tetrahedra. To begin with, we look at the analogous 2D case, and then the 1-irregular tetrahedra (tetrahedra with at most one Steiner point on each edge) are classified into equivalence classes, and each element of the class is subdivided into several non-equivalent bisection-based partitions which are also studied. Finally, as an example of the application of refinement and coarsening of 3D bisection-based algorithms, a simulation evolution problem is shown.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/54355||ISSN:||0168-9274||DOI:||10.1016/j.apnum.2003.12.017||Source:||Applied Numerical Mathematics [ISSN 0168-9274], v. 49 (3-4), p. 415-430|
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