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10a illustrate these two possibilities, respectively. For each Λ-cusp we do the same thing. In this manner we convert each vertex into a regular vertex, except the cusps v for which vl , vr lies totally outside of P, where vl and vr are the left and right projections of v in the horizontal visibility map. This process is called regularization [66]. 10a into a collection of monotone polygons. We now describe an algorithm that triangulates a monotone polygon P in linear time. Assume that the monotone polygon has v0 as the topmost vertex and vn−1 as the lowest vertex.

Within each bounding rectangle the edges that span its x-interval will divide the bounding rectangle into various parts. The constrained Delaunay triangulation gets computed for each part recursively. At the bottom of recursion each bounding rectangle contains at most three vertices of V, the edges incident on them, plus a number of half-edges spanning the x-interval including the pseudo endpoints of half-edges. 14b illustrates an example of the constrained Delaunay triangulation at some intermediate step.

We then push q onto STL . That is, we update STL to make sure that all the points in STL are maximal. Suppose q ∈ R. Then StripL (q, R) is initialized to be the entire contents of STL and let 1stL (q, R) be the top element of STL and lastL (q, R) be the bottom element of STL . If the top element of STR is equal to leaderR (q), we set LeftL (q, R) to max_l(q ), where q is 1stL (q, R), initialize STL to be empty, and continue to scan the next point. Otherwise we need to pop oﬀ the stack STR all points that are not dominated by q, until q , which is leaderR (q).