Computational geometry is in some sense the intersection of computer science and geometry, studying efficient algorithms for solving geometric problems.
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Computational Geometry Pages
Jeff Erickson's directory of computational geometry resources, including bibliographies, journals, software, and related hubs.
Application Challenges to Computational Geometry - Summary by Jeff Erickson
Computational Geometry Impact Task Force Report, chaired by Bernard Chazelle, about the relation between computational geometry and various application fields. This page also archives the discussion that it caused (which was intended) and related links.
ArXiv: cs.CG Computational Geometry
Section of the Computing Research Repository (CoRR), moderated by Joseph O'Rourke.
Center for Geometric Computing, Brown University
A long-term project to transfer technology from Computational Geometry to applied fields. Members, publications, meetings, prototypes, resources.
Computational Geometry by Godfried Toussaint
Course notes and resource links.
Ear Cutting for Simple Polygons
Algorithms for polygonal geometry by Ian Garton.
Geometry Literature Database (geombib)
An ongoing project compiling a reasonably complete BibTeX bibliography of papers in computational geometry.
Godfried Toussaint's Research Interests
Mainly in computational geometry, e.g., mobility of objects in space, degeneracies, quadrangulations, tomography, triangulation, proximity, facility location, and polygonal approximation.
SDCR Computional Geometry Working Group Materials
Resources and final report of the Computational Geometry Working Group, formed as part of the ACM Workshop on Strategic Directions in Computing Research, held at MIT in 1996.
Strategic Directions in Computational Geometry
ACM/NSF Working Group Report chaired by Roberto Tamassia, intended to complement the Application Challenges to Computational Geometry by suggesting overall research directions instead of specific problem areas.
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