### Table 1: Statistics relative to high-quality mesh simplification (option -O -1).

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"... In PAGE 15: ...he surface). In this kind of mesh, the element sizes are directly related to the local curvature. This op- tion involves three parameters : the tolerance Tolerance, the geometric approximation GeomApp and the mesh gradation Gradation. Table1 reports some results for this type of mesh simplification procedure. In this table, a22 a0 and a22 a2a1 represent the number of points and triangles, a3 a11 a17a20a19 and a3 a17 a5a4a5a6 represent respectively the worst and average element shape quality (see Appendix), a3a8a7 a1 a10a9a12a11 is the percentage of elements having a quality better than 2, a13 a17 a14a4a5a6 and a15 represent the average edge lengths and the efficiency coefficient, a16 a0a18a17 denotes the CPU time (on a 550 Mhz HP 9000 workstation).... ..."

### Table 1: Shows the polygon counts after applying the mesh simplification technique on several models.

"... In PAGE 4: ... The following table shows all the re- sults for the polygonal models on which we have used our technique. From the Table1 above, we can deduce that while a smaller order GAEA produces a simpler resulting mesh, it also suffers in terms of quality. However in another observation of the results in the table above, it seems that the algorithm is only able to produce minimal reduction in the number of polygons.... ..."

### TABLE II WATERMARK DETECTION EER FOR FOOT MODEL FOR VARIOUS MESH SIMPLIFICATION RATES.

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### TABLE III Results obtained in the simplification of the Happy Buddha mesh, using four different simplification codes.

### Table 6: Simplifications performed. CPU time indicates time to generate a progressive mesh of edge collapses until no more simplification is possible.

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"... In PAGE 13: ...inutes and seconds on a 195 MHz MIPS R10000 processor................................. 90 Table6 : Simplifications performed. CPU time indicates time to generate a progressive mesh of edge collapses until no more simplification is possible.... In PAGE 108: ...7 Results We have applied our simplification algorithm to four distinct objects: a bunny rabbit, a wrinkled torus, a lion, and a Ford Bronco, with a total of 390 parts. Table6 shows the total input complexity of each of these objects as well as the time needed to generate a progressive mesh representation. All simplifications were performed on an SGI MIPS R10000 processor.... ..."

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### Table 1: Simplifications performed. CPU time indicates time to generate a progressive mesh of edge collapses until no more simplification is possible.

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"... In PAGE 6: ... 7 Results We have applied our simplification algorithm to four distinct objects: a bunny rabbit, a wrinkled torus, a lion, and a Ford Bronco, with a total of 390 parts. Table1 shows the total input complexity of each of these objects as well as the time needed to generate a progressive mesh representation. All simplifications were performed on a Hewlett-Packard 735/125 workstation.... ..."

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### Table 2: Simplifications performed. CPU time indicates time to generate a progressive mesh of edge collapses until no more simplification is possible.

"... In PAGE 19: ... Results We have applied our simplification algorithm to several distinct objects: a bunny rabbit, a wrinkled torus, a lion, a Ford Bronco, a dragon, a Buddha statue, and an armadillo, com- posed of a total of 393 parts (each simplified independently). Table2 shows the total input complexity of each of these objects as well as the time needed to generate a progressive... ..."

### Table 4: Comparison of various simplification algorithms on the Femur mesh (errors are measured as percentages of the datasets bounding box diagonal; times are in seconds).

1998

"... In PAGE 14: ...1 Numerical Evaluation Tables 2, 3, 4 and 5 present the numerical results obtained with our tests. In particular, Mesh Decimation and Simplification Envelopes were not able to reach a high simplification rate on the Femur dataset ( Table4 and 5). Volumes were evaluated on the Fandisk meshes only, because other meshes are open (and therefore the volume is not defined).... ..."

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### Table 4: Comparison of various simplification algorithms on the Femur mesh (errors are measured as percentages of the datasets bounding box diagonal; times are in seconds).

1998

"... In PAGE 14: ...1 Numerical Evaluation Tables 2, 3, 4 and 5 present the numerical results obtained with our tests. In particular, Mesh Decimation and Simplification Envelopes were not able to reach a high simplification rate on the Femur dataset ( Table4 and 5). Volumes were evaluated on the Fandisk meshes only, because other meshes are open (and therefore the volume is not defined).... ..."

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### Table 2: Comparison of various simplification algorithms on the Bunny mesh (errors are measured as percentages of the datasets bounding box diagonal; times are in seconds). 20

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