Loops, rings, surfaces, manifolds, ... not quite sure what I'm asking

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Loops, rings, surfaces, manifolds, ... not quite sure what I'm asking

nellypledge
Hi all, I hope the data treats you well.

I was wondering if anybody could point me in the right direction for fitting continuous loops to multiple cell-cell boundaries, even in the case where there are breaks in the data.  I have a thresholded mesh around the data and I plan to grab the uppermost region and project into 2D.

I'm having trouble finding the search terms for publications etc., and I'm guessing there's a topological description relating to a continuous loop, which would be a great start.  I've been looking into radial Fourier analysis as a potential to 'fit' the curvature, but wondered if anybody has heard of methods to globally analyze multiple topological structures this way?

Thanks in advance for your time.

Neil






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Re: Loops, rings, surfaces, manifolds, ... not quite sure what I'm asking

Herbie
Good day Neil,

not sure, what you are heading for but an image or sketch may help.

Best

Herbie

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Am 01.02.17 um 19:40 schrieb Anthony, Neil:

> Hi all, I hope the data treats you well.
>
> I was wondering if anybody could point me in the right direction for
> fitting continuous loops to multiple cell-cell boundaries, even in
> the case where there are breaks in the data.  I have a thresholded
> mesh around the data and I plan to grab the uppermost region and
> project into 2D.
>
> I'm having trouble finding the search terms for publications etc.,
> and I'm guessing there's a topological description relating to a
> continuous loop, which would be a great start.  I've been looking
> into radial Fourier analysis as a potential to 'fit' the curvature,
> but wondered if anybody has heard of methods to globally analyze
> multiple topological structures this way?
>
> Thanks in advance for your time.
>
> Neil

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