11th Annual ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry
June 5-7, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Contains: Conference Program, communications, videos, and invited talks
Also available: Registration info, and Registration Fill-Out Form

Conference Program

Sunday, June 3, 1995

Monday, June 5, 1995

Session 1: 8:50-9:50 chair: Raimund Seidel U des Saarlandes; UC Berkeley

Session 2: 11:00-12:00 chair: Danny Halperin Stanford U

Session 3: 1:40-3:00 chair: Mark de Berg Utrecht U

Session 4: 4:10-5:10 chair: Michael Goodrich Johns Hopkins

Tuesday, June 6, 1995

Session 5: 8:50-9:50 chair: Emo Welzl Freie U Berlin

Session 6: 11:00-12:00 chair: Hiroshi Imai Tokyo U

Session 7: 2:30-3:30 chair: David Eppstein UC Irvine

Session 8: 3:50-5:10 chair: Monique Teillaud INRIA Sophia Antipolis

Wednesday, June 7, 1995

Session 9: 8:50-9:50 chair: Danny Halperin Stanford U

Session 10: 10:40-12:00 chair: Michael Goodrich Johns Hopkins

Session 11: 2:30-3:30 chair: Seth Teller M.I.T.

Session 12: 3:50-4:50 chair: Mark de Berg Utrecht U

Communications: Angus 217

Communications are two page reports in the proceedings, primarily on experimental results, experiences with real-world applications, and other practical issues that are relevant to computational geometry. They will be presented as posters, possibly with implementation demos.

Representation/Modelling in 3-D:


Exact Computation


Geographic Information Systems

Wire Routing

Applications of Polygons

4th Annual Video Review of Computational Geometry: Angus 217

The video review showcases advances in the use of algorithm animation, visualization, and interactive computing in the study of computational geometry. The video review tape is distributed to all registrants at the conference and will subsequently be available from ACM.

Invited Talks

See the program for times and rooms