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Scalar Data: Marching Squares Libraries and Nearest-Neighbor Interpolation - accidental_PhD - 11-20-2014 10:49 AM
Marching Squares Libraries I want to clarify that you must implement marching squares yourself - do not use a library for this part, or you will lose points on your assignment. Nearest Neighbor Interpolation Quote:I am doing bilinear interpolation for the mentioned data set. Do I need to do the nearest neighbor interpolation as well? On reviewing the assignment description, we don't explicitly ask for this - so you won't lose points if you don't have it. However, you'll probably end up implementing it anyway - you only have to change the weight equations to get nearest-neighbor interpolation instead of bilinear interpolation. |