Symmetry Set

In geometry, the symmetry set is a method for representing the local symmetries of a curve, and can be used as a method for representing the shape of objects by finding the topological skeleton. The medial axis, a subset of the symmetry set is a set of curves which roughly run along the middle of an object.

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The Symmetry Set As A Bifurcation Set
... The symmetry set is then the bifurcation set of the family of distance squared functions ... it is the set of such that has a repeated singularity for some The symmetry set is then the set of such that there exist with, and together with the ...
Medial Axis
... The medial axis of an object is the set of all points having more than one closest point on the object's boundary ... The medial axis is a subset of the symmetry set, which is defined similarly, except that it also includes circles not contained in S ... (Hence, the symmetry set of S generally extends to infinity, similar to the Voronoi diagram of a point set.) If S is given by a unit speed parametrisation, and is the unit tangent vector at each point ...

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