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Publications of Frédéric Cazals
Thesis
  1. Frédéric Cazals. Computational Geometry and Topology: Concepts, Algorithms, Applications. Habilitation à diriger des recherches, Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis, France, 2006.


Articles in journal, book chapters
  1. Frédéric Cazals and David Cohen-Steiner. Reconstructing 3D compact sets. Computational Geometry Theory and Applications, 45(1-2):1-13, 2011. [WWW]


  2. Pedro Machado Manhães de Castro, Frédéric Cazals, Sébastien Loriot, and Monique Teillaud. Design of the CGAL 3D spherical kernel and application to arrangements of circles on a sphere. Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, 42(6-7):536-550, 2009.


  3. F. Cazals, F. Chazal, and J. Giesen. Spectral Techniques to Explore Point Clouds in Euclidean Spaces, with Applications in Structural Biology. In IMA volume on Nonlinear computational geometry 151. Springer, 2009. [WWW]


  4. F. Cazals. La morphologie des contacts entre bio-molécules. Pour la Science, Juillet - Août:44-48, 2006.


  5. F. Cazals, J.-C. Faugère, M. Pouget, and F. Rouillier. The implicit structure of ridges of a smooth parametric surface. Computer Aided Geometric Design, 23:582-598, 2006. [WWW]


  6. F. Cazals, J. Giesen, M. Pauly, and A. Zomorodian. The conformal alpha shapes filtration. The Visual Computer, 22:1-10, 2006.


  7. F. Cazals, F. Proust, R. Bahadur, and J. Janin. Revisiting the Voronoi description of Protein-Protein interfaces. Protein Science, 15:2082-2092, 2006.


  8. F. Cazals, J.-C. Faugère, M. Pouget, and F. Rouillier. Ridges and umbilics of polynomial parametric surfaces. In B. Juettler and R. Piene, editors, Computational Methods for Algebraic Spline Surfaces II, pages 141-159. Springer, 2006.


  9. Frédéric Cazals and Joachim Giesen. Delaunay Triangulation Based Surface Reconstruction. In Jean-Daniel Boissonnat and Monique Teillaud, editors, Effective Computational Geometry for Curves and Surfaces, pages 231-276. Springer-Verlag, Mathematics and Visualization, 2006.


  10. F. Cazals and C. Karande. An algorithm for reporting maximal $c$-cliques. Theoret. Comput. Sci., 349:484-490, 2005.


  11. Frédéric Cazals and Marc Pouget. Differential topology and geometry of smooth embedded surfaces: selected topics. Internat. J. Comput. Geom. Appl., 15:511-536, 2005.


  12. F. Cazals and M. Pouget. Estimating Differential Quantities using Polynomial fitting of Osculating Jets. Computer Aided Geometric Design, 22:121-146, 2005. [WWW]


  13. V. Borrelli, F. Cazals, and J-M. Morvan. On the angular defect of triangulations and the pointwise approximation of curvatures. Comput. Aided Geom. Design, 20, 2003.


  14. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat and Frédéric Cazals. Smooth Surface Reconstruction via Natural Neighbour Interpolation of Distance Functions. Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, pp 185-203, 2002.


  15. F. Cazals. Non-intrusive Debugging and Incremental Visualization with the Geometric Stethoscope. Journal of Graphics Tools, 7(2), 2002.


  16. J-D. Boissonnat and F. Cazals. Coarse-to-fine surface simplification with geometric guarantees. Computer Graphics Forum, 20, 2001.


  17. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat and Frédéric Cazals. Natural Coordinates of Points on a Surface. Computational Geometry: Theory and Applications, 19:155-173, 2001.


Conference articles
  1. F. Cazals, A. Parameswaran, and S. Pion. Robust Construction of the Three-Dimensional Flow Complex. In Proc. 24th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry, pages 182-191, 2008. [WWW]


  2. F. Cazals, J. Giesen, M. Pauly, and A. Zomorodian. Conformal Alpha Shapes. In Symposium on Point Based Graphics, Stony Brook, NY, USA, pages 55-62, 2005.


  3. Pau Estalella, Ignacio Martin, George Drettakis, Dani Tost, Olivier Devillers, and Frédéric Cazals. Accurate Interactive Specular Reflections on Curved Objects. In Vision, Modeling, and Visualization 2005, 2005.


  4. H. Brönnimann, F. Cazals, and M. Durand. Randomized Jumplists: A Jump-and-Walk Dictionary Data Structure. In STACS, Berlin, 2003.


  5. Frédéric Cazals, Frédéric Chazal, and Thomas Lewiner. Molecular Shape Analysis based upon the Morse-Smale Complex and the Connolly Function. In Proc. 19th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry, pages 237-246, 2003.


  6. F. Cazals and M. Pouget. Estimating differential quantities using polynomial fitting of osculating jets. In Proc. 1st Annu. Sympos. Geometry Processing, pages 177-187, 2003.


  7. V. Borrelli, F. Cazals, and J-M. Morvan. On the angular defect of triangulations and the pointwise approximation of curvatures. In Curves and Surfaces, St Malo, France, 2002.


  8. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat and Frédéric Cazals. Smooth surface reconstruction via natural neighbour interpolation of distance functions. In Proc. 16th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry, pages 223-232, 2000.


  9. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, Frédéric Cazals, and Julia Flötotto. 2$D$-Structure Drawings of Similar Molecules. In Joe Marks, editor, Graph Drawing: 8th international symposium, volume 1984 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 115-126, 2000. Springer-Verlag.


  10. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, Frédéric Cazals, Tran Kai Frank Da, Olivier Devillers, Sylvain Pion, François Rebufat, Monique Teillaud, and Mariette Yvinec. Programming with CGAL: The Example of Triangulations. In Proc the 15th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry, pages 421-423, 1999. [WWW]


  11. F. Cazals. Effective nearest neighbors searching on the hyper-cube, with applications to molecular clustering. In Proc. 14th Annual Symposium on Computational Geometry, pages 222-230, 1998.


Research reports
  1. Frédéric Cazals and David Cohen-Steiner. Reconstruction d'ensembles compacts 3D. Research Report 6868, INRIA, 2009. [WWW]


  2. F. Cazals and M. Pouget. Jet_fitting_3: A Generic C++ Package for Estimating the Differential Properties on Sampled Surfaces via Polynomial Fitting. Research Report 6093, INRIA, 2007. [WWW]


  3. Pedro Machado Manhães de Castro, Frédéric Cazals, Sébastien Loriot, and Monique Teillaud. Design of the CGAL Spherical Kernel and application to arrangements of circles on a sphere. Research Report 6298, INRIA, 2007. [WWW]


  4. Frédéric Cazals. Geometric, topological and contact analysis of interfaces in macro-molecular complexes: from the atomic to the complex scale using Intervor. Research Report 5864, INRIA, 2006. [WWW]


  5. Frédéric Cazals. Robust construction of the extended three-dimensional flow complex. Research Report 5903, INRIA, 2006. [WWW]


  6. F. Cazals and S. Loriot. Computing the exact arrangement of circles on a sphere, with applications in structural biology. Research Report 6049, INRIA, 2006. [WWW]


  7. F. Cazals, J.-C. Faugère, M. Pouget, and F. Rouillier. The implicit structure of ridges of a smooth parametric surface. Research Report 5608, INRIA, 2005. [WWW]


  8. F. Cazals, J.-C. Faugère, M. Pouget, and F. Rouillier. Topologically certified approximation of umbilics and ridges on polynomial parametric surface. Research Report 5674, INRIA, 2005. [WWW]


  9. F. Cazals and C. Karande. An algorithm for reporting maximal c-cliques. Research Report 5642, INRIA, 2005. [WWW]


  10. F. Cazals and C. Karande. Reporting maximal cliques: new insights into an old problem. Research Report 5615, INRIA, 2005. [WWW]


  11. Frédéric Cazals and Marc Pouget. Topology driven algorithms for ridge extraction on meshes. Research Report 5526, INRIA, 2005. [WWW]


  12. F. Cazals and F. Proust. Revisiting the description of Protein-Protein interfaces. Part II: Experimental study. Research Report 5501, INRIA, 2005. [WWW]


  13. Frédéric Cazals and Joachim Giesen. Delaunay based Surface Reconstruction algorithms: Ideas and Algorithm. Research Report 5393, INRIA, 2004. [WWW]


  14. Frédéric Cazals, Joachim Giesen, and Mariette Yvinec. Delaunay Triangulation Based Surface Reconstruction: a short survey. Research Report 5394, INRIA, 2004. [WWW]


  15. Frédéric Cazals and Marc Pouget. Ridges and umbilics of a sampled smooth surface: a complete picture gearing toward topological coherence. Research Report 5294, INRIA, 2004. [WWW]


  16. Frédéric Cazals and Marc Pouget. Smooth surfaces, umbilics, lines of curvatures, foliations, ridges and the medial axis: a concise overview. Research Report 5138, INRIA, 2004. [WWW]


  17. Frédéric Cazals and Flavien Proust. On the topology and the geometry of (Voronoi) molecular interfaces. Part I: algorithms. Research Report 5346, INRIA, 2004. [WWW]


  18. Frédéric Cazals, Frédéric Chazal, and Thomas Lewiner. Molecular Shape Analysis based upon the Morse-Smale Complex and the Connolly Function. Research Report 4673, INRIA, 2003. [WWW]


  19. Frédéric Cazals and Marc Pouget. Estimating Differential Quantities using Polynomial fitting of Osculating Jets. Research Report 4823, INRIA, 2003. Note: ECG-TR-244200-01. [WWW]


  20. V. Borrelli, F. Cazals, and J-M. Morvan. On the angular defect of triangulations and the pointwise approximation of curvatures. Research Report 4590, INRIA, 2002. Note: ECG-TR-124102-02. [WWW]


  21. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat and Frédéric Cazals. Natural Neighbour Coordinates of Points on a Surface. Research Report 4015, INRIA, 2000. [WWW]


  22. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat and Frédéric Cazals. Smooth Surface Reconstruction via Natural Neighbour Interpolation of Distance Functions. Research Report 3985, INRIA, 2000. [WWW]


Manuals, booklets
  1. Pedro Machado Manhães de Castro, Frédéric Cazals, Sébastien Loriot, and Monique Teillaud. 3D Spherical Geometry Kernel. 3.6 edition, 2010. [WWW]


Miscellaneous
  1. Jean-Daniel Boissonnat, Frédéric Cazals, and Stéphane Nullans. Smooth shape reconstruction, 1999. Note: 15th European Workshop Comput. Geom. pp. 63--68.



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