Triangulated irregular network


Triangulated irregular network

July 28, 2022

A triangulated irregular network is a data structure used to represent a three-dimensional surface. It consists of a set of points, called nodes, and a set of triangles, which are defined by the nodes. The triangles are used to approximate the surface, and the nodes are used to store the data values.


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