We introduce N-PolyVector fields, a generalization of N-RoSy fields for which the vectors are neither necessarily orthogonal nor rotationally symmetric. We formally define a novel representation for N-PolyVectors as the root sets of complex polynomials and analyze their topological and geometric properties. A smooth N-PolyVector field can be efficiently generated by solving a sparse linear system without integer variables. We exploit the flexibility of N-PolyVector fields to design conjugate vector fields, offering an intuitive tool to generate planar quadrilateral meshes.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Computer Graphics and Computer-Aided Design