NEW MEAN VALUES FOR HOMOGENEOUS SPATIAL TESSELLATIONS THAT ARE STABLE UNDER ITERATION
Keywords:convex geometry, iteration/nesting, mean values, random tessellation, spatial statistics, stochastic geometry, zonoid
AbstractHomogeneous random tessellations in the 3-dimensional Euclidean space are considered that are stable under iteration – STIT tessellations. A classification of vertices, segments and flats is introduced and a couple of new metric and topological mean values for them and for the typical cell are calculated. They are illustrated by two examples, the isotropic and the cuboid case. Several extremum problems for these mean values are solved with the help of techniques from convex geometry by introducing an associated zonoid for STIT tessellations.
How to Cite
Thäle, C., & Weiss, V. (2010). NEW MEAN VALUES FOR HOMOGENEOUS SPATIAL TESSELLATIONS THAT ARE STABLE UNDER ITERATION. Image Analysis and Stereology, 29(3), 143–157. https://doi.org/10.5566/ias.v29.p143-157
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