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Rotational symmetries have found uses in several computer graphics applications, such as global surface parameterization, geometry remeshing, texture and geometry synthesis, and non-photorealistic visualization of surfaces. The visualization of N-way rotational symmetry (N-RoSy) fields is a challenging problem due to the ambiguities in the N directions represented by an N-way symmetry. We provide an algorithm that allows faithful and interactive representation of N-RoSy fields in the plane anddoi:10.1109/tvcg.2010.121 pmid:20855918 fatcat:fvxzm7rcrbcmnlhnbxx6pkq4ay