This is the Linux app named Curve Ensemble whose latest release can be downloaded as Curve-Ensemble-source-1.4.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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DESCRIPTIONCurve Ensemble is a free C++ open-source project for fitting, editing, and painting curves. The primary focus is on minimal energy curves, and our implimentation includes (Restricted) Elastic Splines as well as several methods related to parametric cubic splines. For each minimal energy curve method the following features are available:
* Robust algorithm to find minimal energy interpolating curve.
* Flexible node specifications (regular, clamped, free, data ball).
* Multiple curves on the same canvas.
* Transformation tools (translate, rotate, scale).
* Elaborate painting capabilities.
There are also other useful methods implemented, like Lines, Circles and DataBalls,
and tools for subdivision and shortest/smoothest path through data balls.
Usage is now fully documented in a 27-page manual, Curve_Ensemble_manual.pdf.
- On-the-fly optimization of curves
- Shortest path through data balls
- Smoothest curve through data balls
- Subdivision tools
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