Bernard Chazelle
and others

*Advances in Discrete and Computational Geometry – Proc. 1996 AMS-IMS-SIAM Joint Summer Research Conf. Discrete and Computational Geometry: Ten Years Later*, Contemporary Mathematics 223, Bernard Chazelle,
Jacob E. Goodman,
and Richard Pollack, ed., Amer. Math. Soc., 1999, pp. 407–423

Tech. report TR-521-96, Princeton Univ., Dept. of Computer Science, Apr 1996

http://ncstrl.cs.princeton.edu/expand.php3?id=TR-521-96

Cited by:

- Strategic directions in computational geometry: working group report
- Computer graphics
- Robust and efficient cartesian mesh generation for component-based geometry
- A unified approach to labeling graphical features
- Exact algorithms for circles on the sphere
- On the multiple label placement problem
- Tetrahedral meshes from planar cross sections
- Point set labeling with specified positions
- Elastic labels around the perimeter of a map
- Map Labeling Problems
- On decreased importance of algorithmic strategies in current ACM curricula for graphics & visual computing
- A fast algorithm for point labeling problem

This task force was organized by Bernard Chazelle and consisted of Nina Amenta, Tetsuo Asano, Gill Barequet, Marshall Bern, Jean-Daniel Boissonat, John Canny, Bernard Chazelle, Ken Clarkson, David Dobkin, Bruce Donald, Scot Drysdale, Herbert Edelsbrunner, David Eppstein, Robin Forrest, Steve Fortune, Ken Goldberg, Mike Goodrich, Leo Guibas, Pat Hanrahan, Chris Hoffman, Dan Huttenlocher, Hiroshi Imai, David Kirkpatrick, D.T. Lee, Kurt Mehlhorn, Victor Milenkovic, Joe Mitchell, Mark Overmars, Ricky Pollack, Raimund Seidel, Micha Sharir, Jack Snoeyink, Godfried Toussaint, Seth Teller, H. Voelcker, Emo Welzl, and Chee Yap.