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Page 5442 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 2003g [page]

2003 Mathematical Reviews  
decreasing the order of polynomial precision.” 2003g:65021 65D17 Patterson, Richard R. (1-INPI; Indianapolis, IN) Using duality to implicitize and find cusps and inflection points of Bézier curves.  ...  We also find equations whose roots are the parameter values of the cusps and inflection points of C.  ... 

Shape Interrogation [chapter]

Stefanie Hahmann, Alexander Belyaev, Laurent Busé, Gershon Elber, Bernard Mourrain, Christian Rössl
2008 Mathematics and Visualization  
Furthermore we focus on stable numerical and symbolic solving of algebraic systems of equations, a problem that arises in most shape interrogation methods.  ...  other types of surface representations such as triangulated or polygonal surfaces, subdivision surface, and algebraic surfaces.  ...  In Equation (4), the problem of finding all the inflection points of a planar regular curve was reduced to that of finding a zero set.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-33265-7_1 fatcat:qtkcs5a755difovd5laelhrzcu

Page 1853 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
Using duality to implicitize and find cusps and inflection points of Bézier curves.  ...  ., 2003¢:65019 Sanchez-Reyes, J. p-Bézier curves, spirals, and sectrix curves.  ... 

Page 1601 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue Index [page]

Mathematical Reviews  
(Ming Zhang) 2003¢:14069 14Q05 (65D17) — Using duality to implicitize and find cusps and inflection points of Bézier curves. (English summary) Comput. Aided Geom. Design 19 (2002), no. 6, 433-444.  ...  A general class of change point and change curve modeling for life time data. (English summary) Ann. Inst. Statist.  ...