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Level Set Methods and Dynamic Implicit Surfaces


Level set methods are used to numerically compute and analyze boundary effects of interfaces. They rely on a fundamental shift in the way one views boundaries. This emerging area of mathematics has applications in medical imaging, robotics, computer vision and movies. This is an introduction to level set methods and their application, including new and useful numerical techniques developed by Osher and Fedkiw.

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