TU BRAUNSCHWEIG
| Carl-Friedrich-Gauß-Faculty | Computer Science
Informatikzentrum

Computational Geometry

Semester Winter 2013/2014 [ Other terms: Winter 15/16 · Winter 14/15 · Winter 12/13 ]
Module # INF-ALG-18 , INF-ALG-18
Event # INF-ALG-007, INF-ALG-008
Programmes Diplom Informatik, Master Informatik, Diplom Wirtschaftsinformatik, Master Wirtschaftsinformatik
IBR Group(s) ALG (Prof. Fekete)
Type Vorlesung/Übung
Lecturer
Photo Dr. Christiane Schmidt
Ehemalige Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
cschmidt[[at]]ibr.cs.tu-bs.de
Assistant
Photo Dr. Christiane Schmidt
Ehemalige Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin
cschmidt[[at]]ibr.cs.tu-bs.de
Credits 5
Hours 2+1
Time & Place

Monday, 15:00 - 16:30 , PK 3.3
Thursday, 16:45 - 19:0 , PK 3.2
small tutorial: Friday, 11:30 - 13:00, IZ 358, tutor: Thomas Mysliewitz.

We will start class only at the beginning of December, but will then meet twice a week (so both dates, Mondays and Thursdays, have a look at the course overview below). This will give you an intensive and fun introduction into Computational Geometry. Content you'd generally expect to be presented in lectures/tutorials will be presented on both days (with the overall 2+1-ratio preserved).

Start First Lecture: Monday, December 2
First small tutorial: Friday, December 13
Prerequisites none
Language English
Certificates (Homework assignments during the semester, and)* an exam at the end. (*=Studienleistung)
Content

After the course, the participants know the basic models of geometric algorithms. They are able to identify algorithmic difficulites of geometric problems and are able to formulate adequate objectives. They can handle different solution techniques and are able to develop algorithmic methods for yet unknown problems. They survey the practical relevance of problems and solutions.

We will speak English in class. Students are encouraged (but not required) to use English in exercises and exams as well.

Topics:
  1. Geometric Problems and Data Structures
  2. The Art Gallery Problem
  3. Polygon Triangulation
  4. Triangulation of Point Sets
  5. Convex Hulls
  6. Voronoi Diagrams
  7. Localization
References

last changed 2014-10-23, 17:01 by Dr. Michael Hemmer
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