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Half-line POP intersects F: PoP reenters r by this face Case 1: F is not intersected (Fig. 10). The face adjacent to F along the edge where M lies becomes the current face F. Point M is renamed Mo> and the three edges of F where Mo doesn't lie are tested to determine which of them is intersected by II. The intersection point is called M. Case 2: F is intersected (Fig. 11). Face F, point Mil, and cell C where A enters are known. Exit. Go to the Principal Loop Final Result. Either A doesn't reenter r, or it reenters cell C at point Mil.
2 Topological Properties of Grids Our study is also based on topological considerations which may increase the performances of the algorithms implemented. Basically, we are looking for properties which could simplify the exploration of cells (resp. faces) inside a grid (resp. on its border). As we exploit the idea of following a series of neighboring cells (resp. faces) along a straight line (resp. along a planar polygonal line), we are interested in properties which guarantee that the intersection of a line (resp.
We have the equivalence: PEr ~ PEA. This latter inclusion can be verified easily, because A is made of only one polygon, owing to the star-shape of r. This inclusion is equivalent to the wellknown fact that any half-line starting from P and lying in II intersects the border of A in an odd number of points. By choosing arbitrarily such an half-line A, by starting the search round the whole border of A at Fo> and by testing all the faces encountered on this border, the number of times this half-line intersects the current segment tested (resulting from the intersection of A with the current face) gives the answer (Fig.