Workshop on Pseudo Triangulations
Was it pseudo-triangulations instead of true-triangulations
because the conference was held in Barbados and not Bermuda?
(a question to Dana from a friend)
Bellairs Research Institute of McGill University, Holetown, Barbados
Jan. 26 - Feb. 2, 2001
Please contact the organizer
Ileana Streinu for any
- Useful information from
's web page. Especially check his
travel information handout.
Bellairs Research Institute
- Caribbean on line.
- Reading list.
A list of problems was discussed at the workshop. Some of the
results we obtained are (and will be) posted on this page.
Partial funding for this workshop was provided by NSF under grant
- Dana Randall, Günter Rote, Francisco Santos and Jack Snoeyink.
Triangulations and Pseudo triangulations of wheels,
- Lutz Kettner, David Kirkpatrick, Andrea Mantler, Jack Snoeyink,
Bettina Speckmann and Fumihiko Takeuchi
Tight Degree Bounds for Pseudo-triangulations of Points,
Günter Rote, Francisco Santos and Ileana Streinu
and the Polytope of Pointed Pseudo-Triangulations
Boris Aronov, Saugata Basu, Janos Pach and
Micha Sharir (eds.)
Discrete and Computational Geometry -
The Goodman-Pollack Festschrift
in the series: Algorithms and
Combinatorics, Springer Verlag, Berlin, 2003, pp. 699-736.
- Hervé Brönnimann, Lutz Kettner, Michel Pocchiola
and Jack Snoeyink
Counting and Enumerating Pseudo-triangulations with the Greedy
Software and other Pseudo-Triangulation Pages
Other related links, subsequent work, projects, useful references on pseudo-triangulations, etc.
This is very likely incomplete, but send me references and I will update.
Ileana and Elif.