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Exposure package released - May 2006
See readme.txt inside zip file for some information to get you started. The source is written in standard C/C++ and can directly be compiled using Visual Studio 6.0.
Original code by Conglin Lu (Date: 6/25/96)
This section is still not fully ready. In the mean time, here is a small applet to help you in experimenting with Voronoi diagrams and Delaunay triangulations. Definitly lots of fun! Just keep clicking around and you should easily figure out what is going on. In addition, below you will find a few screenshots of some of the software I have written recently.
Best- and Worst-Case Sensor Coverage
Multiresolution Viterbi Decoder Simulator