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Derivative bounds of rational Bézier curves and surfaces

Hui-xia Xu

Wednesday,Nov. 22, 2006

- Bound ofderivative direction can help in detecting intersections between two curves or surfaces
- Bound of derivative magnitude can enhance the efficiency of various algorithms for curves and surfaces

- Recursive Algorithms
- Hodograph and Homogeneous Coordinate
- Straightforward Computation

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Derivatives of rational Bézier curves

M.S., Floater

CAGD 9(1992), 161-174

- Professor of University of Oslo
- Research interests: Geometric modelling, numerical analysis, approximation theory

- What to do
- The key and innovation points
- Main results

Recursive

Algorithm

Two formulas about derivative P'(t)

Rational Bézier curve P(t)

Two bounds on the derivative magnitude

Higher derivatives, curvature and torsion

- The rational Béziercurve P of degree n as
where

- Defining the intermediate weights and the intermediate points respectively as

- Computing using the de Casteljau algorithm
The former two identities represent the recursive algorithm!

- The expression of the derivative formula

- Rewrite P(t) as
where

- Rewrite a’(t) and b’(t) as
with the principle “accordance with degree”, then after some computation, finally get the derivative formula (1).

- The expression of the derivative formula
where

or

- Rewrite P(t) as
- Method of undetermined coefficient

where

where

Some improvements on the derivative bounds of rational Bézier curves and surfaces

Ren-Jiang Zhang and Weiyin Ma

CAGD23(2006), 563-572

- Associate professor of city university of HongKong
- Research interests:
Computer Aided Geometric Design, CAD/CAM, Virtual Reality for Product Design, Reverse Engineering, Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing.

- What to do
- Main results
- Innovative points and techniques

Hodograph

Derivative bound of rational Bézier curves of degree n=2,3 and n=4,5,6

Degree elevation

Extension to surfaces

Derivative bound of rational Bézier curves of degree n≥2

Recursive algorithm

- A rational Bézier curve of degree n is given by
- A rational Bézier surface of degree mxn is given by

- For every Bézier curve of degree n=2,3
where

- For every Bézier curve of degree n=4,5,6
where

- For every Bézier curve of degree n≥2
where

- For every Bézier surface of degree m=2,3

- For every Bézier surface of degree m=4,5,6

- For every Bézier surface of degree m≥2
where

- Represent P’(t) as
where

- Then P’(t) satisfies
where

- Let and are positive numbers, then
- and are the same as above, then

- Let m>0 and then
where

- Applying the corresponding innovative points and techniques
- In the simplification process based on the principle :

- Derivative formula(1)
- Recursive algorithm

- Proof the results for curves n≥2
- Point out the result is always stronger than the inequality

- The bound for a rational Bézier curve of degree n=7:

The bound on derivatives of rational Bézier curves

Huang Youdu and Su Huaming

CAGD 23(2006), 698-702

- Huang Youdu: Professor of Hefei University of Technology , and computation mathematics and computer graphics are his research interests.
- Su Huaming: Professor of Hefei University of Technology, and his research interest is computation mathematics.

- What to do
- The key and techniques
- Main results

Property of Bernstein

New bounds on the curve

Rational Bézier curve P(t)

Degree elevation

On condition some weights are zero

Modifying the results

- A rational Bézier curve of degree n is given by

- Represent P’(t) as
- Two identities:

- If ai and bi are positive real numbers, then

- New bound on the rational Bézier curve is

- Suppose vector then
- Applying the results above, main results (1) can be proved that it is superior than the following:

- Elevating and to degree n, then applying the inequality:

- The other new bounds on the curve:
- where

- Let , and about the denominator of P’(t) on [0,1], then
- And with the property:

- On the case , the bound on it is

Thank you!