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Harmonic Bézier Surfaces
Given some free boundary control points (in blue), we plot the associated harmonic Bézier tensor-product surface.
You can choose the height
of any boundary control point.
Contributed by:
A. Arnal
and
J. Monterde
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A harmonic Bézier surface of odd degree is unambiguously determined by two opposite rows of boundary control points. For even degree, the inner rows and in addition a corner control point are determined by control points in the first and last row.
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Laplace's Equation
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A. Arnal
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J. Monterde
"
Harmonic Bézier Surfaces
"
http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/HarmonicBezierSurfaces/
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Published: October 4, 2012
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