HISTORY OF THE METHODS/FLOW CHART
ABOUT THE AUTHOR/CV
There have been many contributors to this web page. They include.
The work on level set methods applied to etching, deposition, and
microlithography is joint with D. Adalsteinsson.
The work on the continuous traveling salesman problem is
joint with June Andrews.
The work on level set methods for unstructured meshes
joint with Timothy Barth
Maria Kourkina Cameron
The work on level set methods applied to seismic analysis is
joint with M. Cameron.
D. L. Chopp
The work on level set methods applied to minimal surfaces and
soap bubbles is joint with D. L. Chopp.
J. S. Davis, II
The interactive Java level set implementations for curve
evolution and image denoising were jointly
developed with John Davis.
The work on multiple arrivals is
joint with Sergey Fomel.
M. L. Hald
M. L. Hald was
instrumental in the design, layout, and execution of
this web page.
The work on level set methods applied to robotic navigation and
construction of geodesics is joint with R. Kimmel.
The interactive Java level set implementations for robotic
navigation and image segmentation
developed with Hector Magno.
The work on level set methods applied to shape recovery, and the
work on noise removal in image processing is joint with
email@example.com, now at
Mentor Graphics, provided the resist data for the
The work on Ordered Upwind Methods, as well as the work on Fast Marching Methods on
triangulated unstructured meshes, is joint with
The work on level set methods applied to CAD/CAM
is joint with
The work on level set methods for electromigration
is joint with J. Wilkening.
The work on level set methods for inkjet plotters and viscoelastic flow is
joint with Jiun-Der Yu.
The work on level set methods applied to two fluid interfaces is joint with J. Zhu.
This work was supported in part
Applied Mathematical Sciences, U.S. Dept. of Energy
and the National Science Foundation's
Division of Mathematical Sciences and
Directorate for Computer and Information Science and