Background and Scope
Results, methods and techniques from classical geometry have significantly influenced the state of the art in applied geometry. They play a fundamental role in modern geometric design, geometric algorithms for computer aided geometric design, symbolic-numerical computing, scientific visualization, and numerical simulation. The wealth of knowledge, which can be found in classical differential, algebraic, projective or descriptive geometry, still provides a great potential not only for various geometric applications, ranging from geometric modeling to robotics and kinematics, or isogeometric analysis, but also for further disciplines such as computer graphics, computational chemistry, molecular biology, medicine, etc.
This special issue is devoted to new progress which reflects the interaction between the theoretical geometric methods, and the application-oriented approaches devoted to the analysis and development of computer aided geometric design methods. In particular, it will contain papers which were presented at the Conference on Geometry: Theory and Applications, Plzeň, Czech Republic, June 26—30, 2017.
Additional submissions are also welcome.
Include, but are not limited to,
Applications of real algebraic geometry and symbolic-numerical computation,
Concepts of classical differential geometry in geometric modeling,
Spline and subdivison theory and its applications,
Discrete differential geometry,
Kinematical geometry and robotics.
Please use the electronic submission system at http://ees.elsevier.com/cagd, and select \”SI: CGTA 2017\” when reaching step of selecting article type name in submission process.
Submission deadline: October 31st, 2017
University of West Bohemia
Plzeň, Czech Republic
Maria Lucia Sampoli
University of Siena, Italy
University of Innsbruck, Austria,