Authors

Joseph O'Rourke

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

7-12-2007

Abstract

It is shown that every orthogonal terrain, i.e., an orthogonal (rightangled) polyhedron based on a rectangle that meets every vertical line in a segment, has a grid unfolding: its surface may be unfolded to a single non-overlapping piece by cutting along grid edges defined by coordinate planes through every vertex.

Comments

Smith Technical Report 084.

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