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Decomposition Benchmarks

The models contained on this page represent our attempt to try to start a collection of benchmark problems that can be used to compare various decomposition algorithms. As such, these models are available for public, non-commercial use provided that appropriate reference is made to the source/creator of the model. Also, if you have any models that you could contribute to this effort, please let us know and we will be happy to post them on this page.


2D polygonal models

Nazca Monkey
Created by Jyh-Ming Lien, Parasol Lab, Texas A&M University

Nazca lines are mysterious drawings found in southwest Peru. These lines have lengths ranging from several meters to kilometers and can only be recognized by viewing them from the air. Nazca Monkey is one of the Nazca lines with a spiral tail.

  • Nazca Monkey 1 (1204 vertices, 577 notches, 0 holes) download
  • Nazca Monkey 2 (9632 vertices, 4787 notches, 0 holes) download

Nazca Heron
Created by Jyh-Ming Lien, Parasol Lab, Texas A&M University

Nazca lines are mysterious drawings found in southwest Peru. These lines have lengths ranging from several meters to kilometers and can only be recognized by viewing them from the air. Nazca Heron is one of the Nazca lines.

  • Nazca Heron 1 (1037 vertices, 484 notches, 0 holes) download
  • Nazca Heron 2 (8296 vertices, 4122 notches, 0 holes) download

Fish eye
Created by Jyh-Ming Lien, Parasol Lab, Texas A&M University

"Fish eye" is a polygonal model composed of one external bounday and three hole boundaries.

  • Fisheye Model (816 vertices, 371 notches, 3 holes) download

Neurons
Created by Jyh-Ming Lien, Parasol Lab, Texas A&M University

"Neurons" is a polygonal model composed of seveal inter-connected neurons. It has 18 holes.

  • Neurons Model (1815 vertices, 991 notches, 18 holes) download

3D polyhedral models

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