Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-4-2012

Abstract

Abstract. We extend the notion of a source unfolding of a convex polyhedron P to be based on a closed polygonal curve Q in a particular class rather than based on a point. The class requires that Q “lives on a cone” to both sides; it includes simple, closed quasigeodesics. Cutting a particular subset of the cut locus of Q (in P) leads to a non-overlapping unfolding of the polyhedron. This gives a new general method to unfold the surface of any convex polyhedron to a simple, planar polygon

Comments

A preliminary abstract appeared EuroCG: Proc. 25th European Workshop Comput. Geom., pages 61--64, March 2009.

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