M.E.S.H.

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M.E.S.H. (Measuring Errors between Surfaces using the Hausdorff distance) is a tool that measures distortion between two discrete surfaces (triangular meshes). It uses the Hausdorff distance to compute a maximum, mean and root-mean-square errors between two given surfaces. Besides providing figures, M.E.S.H. can also display the error values on the surface itself.
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14 years ago

* Changes from v1.12 to v1.13
- Previous cleanup introduced new bugs. Fix bugs
- Added a (basic) OFF model file reader

reignbow

14 years ago

We're talking about Hausdorff distances and analytical geometry in my Mathematics course at the moment. This program has really lent some visualization to our homework, allowing us to develop some intuition as to the results we should be expecting. Thank you.

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14 years ago

* Changes from v1.12 to v1.13
- Previous cleanup introduced new bugs. Fix bugs
- Added a (basic) OFF model file reader

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