# Search results for: Juan Gerardo Alcázar

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2018 > 85 > C > 4-24

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2018 > 59 > C > 68-85

IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics > 2017 > 23 > 12 > 2550 - 2559

Graphical Models > 2016 > 87 > C > 1-10

*t*, here we provide an algorithm for computing the different shapes arising in the family. The algorithm decomposes the real line into finitely many pieces (points and intervals) so that over each interval the shape is invariant, in the sense that the topology of the family can be described by means of the same simplicial...

Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics > 2016 > 294 > Complete > 23-38

Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics > 2015 > 290 > Complete > 385-402

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2015 > 33 > Complete > 51-65

Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics > 2014 > 269 > Complete > 1-13

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2014 > 31 > 3-4 > 199-209

Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics > 2014 > 255 > Complete > 715-724

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2012 > 29 > 9 > 665-675

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2012 > 29 > 6 > 315-331

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2010 > 27 > 7 > 483-502

Computer Aided Geometric Design > 2010 > 27 > 2 > 162-178

Mathematics in Computer Science > 2009 > 2 > 4 > 635-652

*good local behavior*of an offset curve was introduced in [2,4] to denote that the behavior of an offset was locally good from a topological point of view. Also, in these papers the problem of checking whether good local behavior holds for a particular offsetting distance, and of computing intervals of distances with this nice property, was addressed for the case of rational algebraic...

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2008 > 43 > 12 > 845-857

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2008 > 43 > 9 > 659-680

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2007 > 42 > 6 > 678-691

Journal of Symbolic Computation > 2007 > 42 > 3 > 338-351