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Image: Subdivision surfaces are limit surfaces that result from continual refinement of meshes. Wavelets are mathematical functions that allow us to coarsen meshes and retain the detail between the original mesh and the coarser version. We have developed a new wavelet scheme that complements a known subdivision method called

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