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Conference Papers Year : 2002

Euclidean Distance Mapping: Geological Applications

David Ledez
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Abstract

Most of the CAD geomodelers use explicit representation of geological models, such as piecewise linear curves, triangulated surfaces. Another possible approach is an implicit formulation: a function φ is defined overall the domain Ω. The geological features are then the zero level set of the predefined function. Here the basic idea is to approximate the potential function φ by the Euclidean distance in the embedding space, thereby performing all the computations in a Cartesian grid with classical and computationally optimal numerics.
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hal-04055807 , version 1 (03-04-2023)

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David Ledez. Euclidean Distance Mapping: Geological Applications. International Association for Mathematical Geosciences 7th Annual Conference, 2002, Berlin, Germany. pp.25-30. ⟨hal-04055807⟩
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