The Geometry Toolbox (GT) defines a set of abstract data types and
related functions for solving a class of geometric problems often
encountered by systems and applications programmers in computer
graphics. The data types defined are points, lines, planes, and
polygons. Functions are provided for creating and manipulating
GT data types and for determining certain relationships among
them such as intersections, angles, and nearest points.
The data types and algorithms used in GT are detailed. Close attention
is paid to two issues: the finite precision of digital computers, and
the mathematical instabilities of the algorithms. Our experience with
using GT is discussed as well as other related work and possible
future extensions. The GT Programmer's Manual is appended and includes
a detailed specification of the toolbox.
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