Is a B-spline just a set of Bezier curves that have been tacted together in a continuous fashion?
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Is a B-spline just a set of Bezier curves that have been tacted together in a continuous fashion?
What does the "B" in B-splines stand for?
According to Wikipedia: basis.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-spline
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Mats
Oh, for some reason I always thought the B stood for Bernstein, but I think that relates to NURBs (a NURB is a B-spline that's formulated as the ratio of polynomials, non-uniform rational b-spline). I'm reading up on NURBs at the moment for a ship hull project, so I might be asking you three for help.