Commit 63b7ecaf authored by Mike Kremer's avatar Mike Kremer

Removed citations from doxygen code.

git-svn-id: http://www.openvolumemesh.org/svnrepo/OpenVolumeMesh/trunk@230 66977474-1d4b-4f09-8fe9-267525286df2
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......@@ -586,7 +586,7 @@ LAYOUT_FILE =
# of the bibliography can be controlled using LATEX_BIB_STYLE. To use this
# feature you need bibtex and perl available in the search path.
CITE_BIB_FILES = references.bib
CITE_BIB_FILES =
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# configuration options related to warning and progress messages
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......@@ -570,7 +570,7 @@ LAYOUT_FILE =
# of the bibliography can be controlled using LATEX_BIB_STYLE. To use this
# feature you need bibtex and perl available in the search path.
CITE_BIB_FILES = @CMAKE_CURRENT_SOURCE_DIR@/references.bib
CITE_BIB_FILES =
#---------------------------------------------------------------------------
# configuration options related to warning and progress messages
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......@@ -5,7 +5,8 @@
\section halfedges From Half-Edges to Half-Faces
The concepts of %OpenVolumeMesh are closely related to those of %OpenMesh (http://www.openmesh.org).
For further reading on the concepts of %OpenMesh, refer to \cite Botsch02OpenMesh.
For further reading on the concepts of %OpenMesh, refer to "OpenMesh - A generic and efficient polygon mesh data structure" by
Mario Botsch et al.
%OpenMesh is used to handle two-manifold geometric meshes. For this purpose, it distinguishes
between \e vertices, \e edges, and \e faces. The main idea in %OpenMesh is to represent the
edges as a pair of so-called half-edges that have opposing orientations. Additional local incidence
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......@@ -57,7 +57,8 @@ In the last example, we create a hexahedral mesh and use its specialized OpenVol
iterator class. This iterator expects a cell handle as parameter and iterates over all adjacent cells
in the same \e sheet. A sheet is, in the terms of the \e spatial \e twist \e continuum, short STC,
a "layer" of hexahedra as illustrated in the following figure. For rurther reading on STC,
refer to \cite MurdochSTC. The gray shaded hexahedra form
refer to "The spatial twist continuum: A connectivity based method for representing all-hexahedral finite element meshes"
by Peter Murdoch et al. The gray shaded hexahedra form
a sheet, all other cells (except the outlines of the boundary cells) are invisible in this illustration.
\image html sheet_illustration.png
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