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10-26-2004, 08:24 AM
how do divide a simple,non-monotonic polygon into a set of monotone polygons in openGL? firstname.lastname@example.org :confused:
10-26-2004, 03:01 PM
Monotonic? Do you mean convex? If so, it has been discussed on this list and others. Otherwise, what do you mean by monotonic?
10-26-2004, 03:50 PM
If memory serves, a function is "monotonic" if the first derivative doesnt change the sign, so I think he means a non-planar polygon where the tangent does change the sign, I may be wrong though.
Anyway any non-planar, non-convex polygon needs to be tesselated into triangles (which are naturally convex and planar) by either using a gluTesselator or a user supplied function.
thank you for reply me.
actually i wanna know how to write a code to divide a simple, non-monotonic polygon into a set og monotone polygons.
it used to have merge vertices and split vertices.
i only know the theory about it but dunno how to write a code in openGL.
anyone can help?
thank a lot.
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