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GEOMETRICA is an INRIA research group dedicated to computational geometry and topology. The team is located both in Saclay and in Sophia-Antipolis, France. Research carried out at GEOMETRICA divides into three major fields: Mesh generation and geometry processing; Topological and geometric inference as well as data structures and robust geometric computation (see research section).

Computational Geometry emerged as a discipline in the seventies and has met with considerable success in resolving the asymptotic complexity of basic geometric problems, including data structures, convex hulls, triangulations, Voronoi diagrams, geometric arrangements and geometric optimization. Since the mid-nineties, the computational geometry community has committed itself to making the field more practical, searching for new applications in as diverse domains as computer graphics, numerical analysis, machine learning, and sensor networks. The aim of the GEOMETRICA team is to develop effective techniques to solve major problems in these domains, and to make these methods available to a wider audience, notably through the C++ library CGAL.

 

 

 
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