Commit 763cc256 authored by Andrew Maclean's avatar Andrew Maclean

ENH: Addef a referenct to the technical description "Parametric surfaces" on the VTK.org

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// vtkParametricBoy generates Boy's surface.
// This is a Model of the projective plane without singularities.
// It was found by Werner Boy on assignment from David Hilbert.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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// .SECTION Description
// vtkParametricConicSpiral generates conic spiral surfaces. These can resemble sea shells, or
// may look like a torus "eating" its own tail.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for creating and contributing the
// class.
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// vtkParametricCrossCap generates a cross-cap which is a
// non-orientable self-intersecting single-sided surface.
// This is one possible image of a projective plane in three-space.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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// vtkParametricDini generates Dini's surface.
// Dini's surface is a surface that posesses constant negative
// Gaussian curvature
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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// approximation, this is the shape of the earth.
// A prolate spheroid occurs if RadiusX = RadiusY < RadiusZ.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for creating and contributing the
// class.
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// vtkParametricEnneper generates Enneper's surface.
// Enneper's surface is a a self-intersecting minimal surface
// posessing constant negative Gaussian curvature
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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// This representation of the immersion in \f$R^3\f$ is formed by taking two Mobius
// strips and joining them along their boundaries, this is the so called
// "Figure-8 Klein Bottle"
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for creating and contributing the
// class.
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//
// The classical representation of the immersion in \f$R^3\f$ is returned by this function.
//
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for creating and contributing the
// class.
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// .NAME vtkParametricMobius - Generate a Mobius strip.
// .SECTION Description
// vtkParametricMobius generates a Mobius strip.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for creating and contributing the
// class.
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// .NAME vtkParametricRandomHills - Generate a surface covered with randomly placed hills.
// .SECTION Description
// vtkParametricRandomHills generates a surface covered with randomly placed hills.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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// .NAME vtkParametricRoman - Generate Steiner's Roman Surface.
// .SECTION Description
// vtkParametricRoman generates Steiner's Roman Surface.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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// n2. As special cases it can represent a sphere, square box, and closed
// cylindrical can.
//
// For more information see: http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/~pbourke/surfaces/
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// Also see: http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/~pbourke/surfaces/
//
// .SECTION Caveats
// Care needs to be taken specifying the bounds correctly. You may need to
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// these powers which give rise to a family of 3D shapes that are all
// basically toroidal in shape.
//
// For more information see: http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/~pbourke/surfaces/.
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// Also see: http://astronomy.swin.edu.au/~pbourke/surfaces/.
//
// .SECTION Caveats
// Care needs to be taken specifying the bounds correctly. You may need to
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// .SECTION Description
// vtkParametricTorus generates a torus.
//
// For further information about this surface, please consult the
// technical description "Parametric surfaces" in http://www.vtk.org/documents.php
// in the "VTK Technical Documents" section in the VTk.org web pages.
//
// .SECTION Thanks
// Andrew Maclean a.maclean@cas.edu.au for
// creating and contributing the class.
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