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n.1.(Geom.) The center of a circle that circumscribes a triangle.
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The short diagonal of a diamond divides it into two isosceles spherical triangles, and geodesics connecting the circumcenter of each triangle to its vertices and to the midpoints of its edges subdivide each triangle into six right spherical triangles.
Browne on his Understanding by Design geometry unit on centroids and circumcenters.
Often, the two plane graphs are built simultaneously (Figure 1), as the Voronoi vertices are the circumcenters of the triangles of the Delaunay triangulation; the circumcenters are handy (and thus are often computed) to maintain the Delaunay triangulation for dynamic point sets.