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  Mathematical and Theoretical Computing Research
These groups conduct a variety of research related to mathematical and theoretical computing. For information on specific projects, visit the links below.

Computational Geometry Group
Group working on various computational geometry-related problems. Current projects include: Geometric Basis for Visualizing Time-Varying Volume Data, Geometry for Molecular Biology, Pseudo Triangulations, Gzstream Library, GIS. (Snoeyink, et al.)

Geometric Algorithms for Modeling, Motion, and Animation Group (GAMMA)
Design and implementation of algebraic, geometric, and numeric algorithms and their applications to solid modeling, computer graphics, robotics, virtual environments, manufacturing and physically based modeling. Current areas include: Animation, Collision Detection, Haptics, Motion Planning, Solid Modeling, etc. (Lin, Manocha)

Mechanized Inference Group
Group working on the development of theorem provers. (Plaisted)

Monte Carlo Techniques
Investigation of how the Monte Carlo method can be used to solve very large mathematical problems. (Halton)

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Department of Computer Science
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College of Arts & Sciences
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3175 USA
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