Details and Options
- DelaunayMesh is also known as Delaunay triangulation and Delaunay tetrahedralization.
- A Delaunay mesh consists of intervals (in 1D), triangles (in 2D), tetrahedra (in 3D), and -dimensional simplices (in D).
- A Delaunay mesh has simplex cells defined by points, such that the circumsphere for the same points contains no other points from the original points pi.
- The Delaunay mesh gives a triangulation where the minimum interior angle is maximized.
- DelaunayMesh takes the same options as MeshRegion.
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Basic Examples (4)
A similar plot can also be achieved with ListContourPlot:
Properties & Relations (7)
DelaunayMesh consists of intervals in 1D:
The circumcircle for each triangle in a DelaunayMesh contains no other point:
The circumsphere for each tetrahedron in a DelaunayMesh contains no other point:
Use TriangulateMesh to retriangulate a region: