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- Sangjun Kim, Dongwoo Sohn, Seyoung Im:
Construction of polyhedral finite element meshes based upon marching cube algorithm. Adv. Eng. Softw. 128: 98-112 (2019)
- Carlos A. Dietrich, Carlos Eduardo Scheidegger, John M. Schreiner, João Luiz Dihl Comba, Luciana Porcher Nedel, Cláudio T. Silva:
Edge Transformations for Improving Mesh Quality of Marching Cubes. IEEE Trans. Vis. Comput. Graph. 15(1): 150-159 (2009)
- Lukás Placek:
VECTIS Mesher - A 3D Cartesian Approach Employing Marching Cubes. IMR 2009: 429-446
- Carlos Augusto Dietrich:
Edge groups: a new approach to understanding the mesh quality of marching cubes and its variants. Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil, 2008
- Sundaresan Raman, Rephael Wenger:
Quality Isosurface Mesh Generation Using an Extended Marching Cubes Lookup Table. Comput. Graph. Forum 27(3): 791-798 (2008)
- Zhenlan Wang, Jeremy Choon-Meng Teo, Chee-Kong Chui, Sim Heng Ong, Chye Hwang Yan, Chye Hwang Wang, Hee-Kit Wong, Swee-Hin Teoh:
Computational biomechanical modelling of the lumbar spine using marching-cubes surface smoothened finite element voxel meshing. Comput. Methods Programs Biomed. 80(1): 25-35 (2005)
- Seung-Woo Lee, Ho-Youl Jung, Rémy Prost, Alain Senot:
Regularized marching cubes mesh. ICIP (3) 2005: 788-791
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