Subject: Re: [boost] GSoC'19 [Boost.Geometry : Implementing algorithms for the concave hull problem]
From: yaghyavardhan singh khangarot (yaghyavardhan.singh_at_[hidden])
Date: 2019-04-06 01:42:36
I have submitted the first draft of my proposal for the project
Implementing algorithms for Concave Hull Problem in Boost.Geometry. Here is
the overleaf link <https://www.overleaf.com/read/qfnypymyxqjz?ws=fallback>
for the same.It would be really helpful if you could please review it and
suggest any improvements.
Thanking you in advance.
On Wed, 27 Mar 2019 at 05:30, yaghyavardhan singh khangarot <
> I have read all the three algorithms (2 from the paper give in project
> description and the 1 mentioned by Vissarion) and also made a description
> of the algorithms,attacehd is the pdf for the same. Please guide me on what
> more I should add in the description (I will be adding the pseudocode for
> the algorithms in my proposal) .
> I am currently reading about the performance of these algorithms, to
> select the one which would be best for this project. Please help me in
> selecting the algorithm.
> On Wed, 20 Mar 2019 at 18:32, Vissarion Fisikopoulos <fisikop_at_[hidden]>
>> Hi Yaghyavardhan,
>> thanks for your interest in the project!
>> > I had some discussion regarding this with Adam Wulkiewicz. I have read
>> > paper ( Moreira, Adriano J. C., and Maribel Yasmina Santos. âConcave
>> > A k-nearest neighbors approach for the computation of the region
>> > by a set of points.â) and currently going through the paper âA New
>> > Hull Algorithm and Concaveness Measure for n-dimensional Datasets*â (
>> > https://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/page/jise/2012/201205_10.pdf )) . These
>> > the papers given in the project description.
>> > I am also searching for any other algorithms (newer or better) for the
>> > concave hull problem. Please direct me to any other algorithms related
>> > this project.
>> by quickly looking at the bibliography is seems that this
>> is the most efficient algorithm (for 2d which is our focus at least
>> for now). Please also have a look at alpha-shapes which is a very
>> closely related topic.
>> > Regards
>> > Yaghyavardhan
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