AMS 345/ CSE 355 Computational Geometry, Fall 2017
The course meets Mon/Fri, 1:00--2:20 in ESS 001.
Joe's Office Hours: Mon (2:30-3:30) and Thur (2:30-3:30),
and please drop by any time, or send email or call
Yuege Chen (Yuege.Chen@stonybrook.edu); Tues/THurs 4:00-5:00 (in the AMS Help Room, Harriman 132), or by appointment/email
Jamie Kunzmann (Jamie.Kunzmann@stonybrook.edu); Mon/Wed 9:30-10:30 (in the AMS Help Room, Harriman 132), or by appointment/email
Tyler Mayer (firstname.lastname@example.org); Tues 2:00-3:00, Thur 10:00-11:00 (in Math 2-104), or by appointment/email
Yuying Su (Yuying.Su@stonybrook.edu): Wed 1:00-3:00pm (in the AMS Help Room, Harriman 132), or by appointment/email
Welcome to AMS 345/CSE 355!
YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY COME TO THE FIRST CLASS MEETING if you think you
MAY be interested in taking the course! I will be giving a detailed
overview of the course and what to expect, etc.
On-Line Versions of Handouts from Class:
Course Information (AMS 345), Fall 2017
Assignments, handouts, practice exams, and solutions to assignments will be available via Blackboard.
The introductory class on Monday, August 28 will give an overview of
what computational geometry is and what types of problems
we study in the course. I will include some demos, which are
applets linked from the slides (available on Blackboard).
Links of Possible Interest:
Interview questions for your next job interview -- enjoy!
Art Gallery Problem applet, which allows you to mouse in a polygon
and watch as it computes a set of vertex guards, as given by Fisk's
MathWorld page about the Art Gallery Theorems
Interactive Ear Clipping and Mouth Closing applet, with nice details about
the Two-Ears Theorem and the One-Mouth Theorem (of homework set 1)
camera avoidance, a cute program to find a "best" path
to avoid being seen by cameras
Convex hull algorithm applets
Voronoi applications page
Uniform polyhdera, a cool site found by Randy Sprouse
Delaunay/Voronoi applet by Paul Chew
shortest path in simple polygon, with horizontal trapezoidization,
triangulation, "random" simple (monotone) polygon; by Josh Tyler
Miscellaneous Links of Relevance:
Textbook by Devadoss and O'Rourke,
entitled Discrete and Computational Geometry.
Textbook by O'Rourke,
Computational Geometry in C, 2nd Edition
Recommended textbook, by de Berg, Cheong, van Kreveld, and Overmars (3rd Edition).
David Mount's course notes on CG
Computational Geometry at Stony Brook
The Open Problems Project (TOPP), Erik Demaine, Joe Mitchell, and Joe O'Rourke
Jeff Erickson's Geometry Page
CompGeom Bibliography Page
David Eppstein's Geometry in Action
David Eppstein's Geometry Junkyard
David Eppstein's General Geometric References
Voronoi.com, page of Chris Gold
Strategic Directions in Computational Geometry: Working Group Report - Roberto Tamassia et al
Zometool: Ball and stick building toy/tool for geometers
CGAL, the Computational Geometry Algorithms Library
Directory of Computational Geometry Software