Measures distortion between two discrete surfaces (triangular meshes)
MESH (Measuring Error between Surfaces using the Hausdorff distance) is a tool that measures distortion between two discrete surfaces (triangular meshes). It uses the Hausdorff distance to compute a maximum, mean, and root-mean-square errors between two given surfaces. Besides providing figures, MESH can also display the error values on the surface itself through a GUI.
DocumentationDeveloper guide available in PDF format from http://mesh.epfl.ch/mesh.pdf
released on 24 October 2004
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|License:GPLv2orlater with exception||Janet Casey||30 August 2002|
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 14 February 2017.
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