Delaunay


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Delaunay

(French dəlonɛ)
n
(Biography) Robert (rɔbɛr). 1885–1941, French painter, whose abstract use of colour characterized Orphism, an attempt to introduce more colour into austere forms of Cubism
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Michel, Pierre Detaye, and Pierre Delaunay. Trappers generally go in pairs, that they may assist, protect, and comfort each other in their lonely and perilous occupations.
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The Tate Modern catalogue and exhibition is a visual tour de force, with over 250 mostly full-color illustrations that highlight Sonia Delaunay's artistic range working in diverse media, materials, and processes as well as her leadership and participation in new arts movements, including Orphism, Simultane, Abstraction-Creation, and Nouvelles Realities.
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In 2007, Lam and Yam proposed a skeletonization technique that is based on Delaunay Triangulation and Piecewise Bezier Interpolation [28].
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Delaunay triangulation on minutiae can give the necessary triangle set.
Many algorithms for generating planar meshes have been proposed, including the Delaunay triangulation method [12], advancing front technique (AFT) [13], ear-cutting [14], and the greedy algorithm [15]; see [16, 17] for surveys.