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Is there a tool capable of drawing a triangular linear gradient fill?

I need to draw some shapes filled with linear gradients starting from every point and blending smoothly between points, like an OpenGL standard shading (I guess it is called ...
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Improve accuracy of mesh gradient?

So to make it simple. I currently use a method I found online to compute the gradient of a scalar field of a mesh. To test how accurate this is, I made a sphere and followed the gradient direction of ...
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Mis understanding of the Heat Method

I have been trying to understand a paper in CG for a while, called the Heat Method by Ken Many things have clicked but I don't fully understand it yet. In particular. In the following $u$ is a vector ...
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Gradient descent (Not ML) on arbitrary meshes

So I am doing a gradient descent like algorithm on the surface of a mesh and I just noticed something: The above is the geodesic gradient (the distance to a single vertex) Look at where the ear ...
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Calculating the gradient of a tetrahedral mesh

How can I compute the gradient for a tetrahedral mesh (3D)? For triangular mesh, I got an answer from the following post Calculating the gradient of a triangular mesh How can I get a similar formula ...
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Are there algorithms besides Canny edge detection that can create consistent width edges?

Sobel edge detection is pretty much the quintessential way to get edges out of an image. It however suffers from certain quirks. One example is, because it's gradient, based certain surfaces exhibit ...
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Two questions: How to find the last 3 points for Milne's Predictor? And methods for smoothing iso-line contour?

I am trying to implement Milne's predictor method to solve the eq. for iso-lux contours according to this paper by Arvo. Here is the predictor: From the paper: "It is a multistep method that ...