[geos-devel] UVic colloquium dates
mbdavis at VividSolutions.com
Wed Jul 17 15:42:17 EDT 2002
It seems to me that our robustness problems in JTS are not exactly in the domain of the Combinatorial Algorithms Group, since they're focussed on combinatorial algorithms rather than Computational Geometry. Should we check with someone in the group first to see if they're interested in such a talk, and whether there's going to be any potential for collaborative work?
Hausi might have some insight into this, since he's a Comp Geom guy...
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jens H. Jahnke [mailto:jens at cs.uvic.ca]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2002 12:28 PM
> To: geos-devel at geos.refractions.net
> Subject: [geos-devel] UVic colloquium dates
> The CAG seminar slot are listed at
> The SEG colloquium is typically on Fridays. The slots for
> September are
> still all open. (http://www.cs.UVic.CA/~sweng/)
> Please select dates and I will arrange it with the department.
> On 7/16/02 4:22 PM, "Paul Ramsey" <pramsey at refractions.net> wrote:
> > Gentlemen,
> >> From Tuesdays meeting:
> > - We reviewed Yury's progress. He has finished the object
> model and test
> > harness, and is into the Graph classes. Graph and some
> other algorithms
> > will need to be finished before binary predicates can be tackled.
> > - Looking ahead, Yury predicted that the Graph should be done in the
> > next two weeks, and that binary predicates should be done
> by August 20.
> > - Refractions will start to play with integrating GEOS into
> the PostGIS
> > framework, and try some tests of instantiation and writing back GEOS
> > objects.
> > - Refractions will be doing some UNIX compilation tests on
> GEOS over the
> > next month, and will start to publish the GEOS docs online
> with doxygen.
> > - Paul will review the SEG schedule and pick a date in
> September to do a
> > presentation.
> > - Jens or Daniel will send information about the computational
> > algorithms seminar, and Martin will pick a date to give a
> > on the problems of robustness in computational geometry.
> Hopefully this
> > will yield some interest in exploring our practical
> robustness issues
> > around intersections and buffers.
> > - Dave and Martin and Yury/Daniel/Jens will check out GeoTex 2003
> > (http://www.geoplace.com/gt/) and think about abstracts for papers.
> > Martin/Yury will consider a JTS/GEOS presentation. Martin
> will consider
> > a JCS presentation. Dave will think about a PostGIS presentation.
> > Paul
> Dr. Jens Jahnke
> University of Victoria
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