### Table 2. Summary of triangle quality measures: \stat. quot; refers to the existence of a stationary value when the quality is optimal. The kind of \good quot; triangle is indicated as either right or equilat- eral.

### Table 1: Two-Dimensional Quality Metrics Quality Metric Opt-MS Variable n

"... In PAGE 9: ...for optimization-based smoothing. Table1 contains a list of currently supported metrics thatmeasure triangle quality. The Opt-MS reference variable, the number of function evaluations per triangle, n, and the formula used to compute the function value are also given.... ..."

### Table 1: Two-Dimensional Quality Metrics Quality Metric Opt-MS Variable n

"... In PAGE 9: ...for optimization-based smoothing. Table1 contains a list of currently supported metrics thatmeasure triangle quality. The Opt-MS reference variable, the number of function evaluations per triangle, n, and the formula used to compute the function value are also given.... ..."

### Table 1. Times for deforming a body with a different number of triangles on the surface Number of

"... In PAGE 4: ...he quality of fit. There were a few cases like this. In order to check the algorithm complexity, we measured its speed for a different numbers of triangles on the surface. Results are given in Table1 . The times were measured using the profiling feature of Microsoft Visual C++ 6 and they are total times for computing the forces, integration of equations and rendering the image.... ..."

### Table 1: Compression results for the gtopo30 dataset. 7.2 Visualization Figure 11 shows a subset of the whole data set which is visualized in an inter- active application. The triangles are color shaded using a simple geographical colormap. Ocean areas are not drawn, instead a texture containing a sphere is displayed. All height values are exaggerated by a factor of 10. We achieved a drawing rate of 500000 triangles per second independent on the current position and zoom factor. Moderate quality images can be produced at a high frame rate allowing interactive yovers while high quality images for closer inspection take at most a few seconds.

1999

"... In PAGE 15: ... 7.1 Compression The compression results are given in Table1 . For di erent threshold values quot;0 we compare the number of stored elevation values, the number of triangles in the corresponding triangulation, the number of interior vertices in the binary tree, the relative approximation error kh?h quot;0k1=khk1, and the memory requirements using the data type of the previous section.... ..."

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### Table 3. The variation is model size and ren- dering quality for the bunny model.

"... In PAGE 7: ... Figures 8 and 9 shows the plots of CRs of triangle proxies with 134 and 948 triangles re- spectively and gure 10 shows the plot of PSNR when 134 triangle proxy is used. Table3 shows the total size of a few possibilities and Figure 11 shows some re- sults of rendering them using bunny model. Here com- pression ratio is computed with respect to the original ZIPed 8bit depth-maps.... ..."

### Table 1: Increase in the number of triangles for some data sets #28based on regular grids and

1995

"... In PAGE 17: ... In our tests, at each recursion step about 25 #25 of the vertices are removed. The number of triangles in the hierarchy is only at most three times larger than the number of triangles of the initial triangulation|see Table1 . The constants are smaller when we try to select the vertices to be removed in order of non-decreasing degree than in order of importance using the VIP method #5BCG88#5D for TIN apos;s based on regular grids, or the drop... In PAGE 19: ...Table1 #29. The quality of an approximation depends on the application and on the terrain itself| Lee #5BLee91#5D compares the di#0Berent methods.... ..."

### Table 3. Summary information of subjects Subjects Triangle ATM Finance Lines of Code

"... In PAGE 6: ...2.1) included in these two kinds of contracts are listed in Table3 , respectively. Note that although Daikon often infers many invariants, it does not mean that the quality of the inferred contracts is always good.... ..."

### Table 1: Comparison of the results of static methods versus our method. The scanned female leg model was simpli ed to 0.5% of original triangles, and the Hausdorff distance to the original mesh was computed using Metro. While our method gives a good approximation across poses, the approxima- tion quality of the standard QSlim varies widely.

"... In PAGE 7: ... 1998], which computes the Hausdorff distance between two surfaces. As shown in Table1 , our method produces a better result than either static method when considering both poses. For a more complicated example, with multiple bones and joints, we show the police of cer model in Figure 10.... ..."

### Table 1. Comparison of triangle rendering performance with and without dynamic refinement. See text for detailed explana- tion

2003

"... In PAGE 6: ...xample shown in Fig. 9. In our animation system, increased visual quality can be gained at nearly no cost. In Table1 , static and dynamic mesh rendering are compared for the two test cases depicted in Figs. 9 and 10.... ..."