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GitHub**.

*References:*

(1) **A Discrete Morse-Based Approach to Multivariate Data Analysis**
by Federico Iuricich, Sara Scaramuccia, Claudia Landi, and Leila De Floriani in SIGGRAPH ASIA 2016 Symposium on Visualization, pages 1-8, 2016.

(2) **Computing multiparameter persistent homology through a discrete Morse-based approach**
by Sara Scaramuccia, Federico Iuricich, Leila De Floriani, and Claudia Landi in Computational Geometry, 89, 2020.

*References*:

(1) **Terrain trees: a framework for representing, analyzing and visualizing triangulated terrains**
by Riccardo Fellegara, Federico Iuricich, Yunting Song, and Leila De Floriani in GeoInformatica (preprint), 2022.

(2) **Efficient topology-aware simplification of large triangulated terrains**
by Yunting Song, Riccardo Fellegara, Federico Iuricich, and Leila De Floriani, Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, pages 576–587, 2021.

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GitHub**.

*Reference:*** The Stellar decomposition: A compact representation for simplicial complexes and beyond**
by Riccardo Fellegara, Kenneth Weiss, and Leila De Floriani in Computers & Graphics, 98, pages 322-343, 2021.

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GitHub**.

*Reference:*** Tetrahedral Trees: A Family of Hierarchical Spatial Indexes for Tetrahedral Meshes**
by Riccardo Fellegara, Leila De Floriani, Paola Magillo, and Kenneth Weiss in ACM Transactions on Spatial Algorithms and Systems, 6 (4), pages 1-34, 2020.

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GitHub**.

*Reference:*
**Terrain trees: a framework for representing, analyzing and visualizing triangulated terrains**
by Riccardo Fellegara, Federico Iuricich, Yunting Song, and Leila De Floriani in GeoInformatica (preprint), 2022.

The source code and additional information can be found on **
GitHub**.
Moreover, an interactive guide to Persistent Topology can be found on
GitHub.

*Referece*: **Persistent Homology: a Step-by-Step Introduction for Newcomers**
by Ulderico Fugacci, Sara Scaramuccia, Federico Iuricich, and Leila De Floriani in Smart Tools and Apps for Graphics - Eurographics Italian Chapter Conference, 2016.

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GitHub**.

*References:*

(1) **Computing a discrete Morse gradient from a watershed decomposition**
by Lidija Comic, Leila De Floriani, Federico Iuricich, and Paola Magill in Computers & Graphics, 58, 43-52, 2016.

(2) **A primal/dual representation for discrete Morse complexes on tetrahedral meshes**
by Kenneth Weiss, Federico Iuricich, Riccardo Fellegara, and Leila De Floriani in Computer Graphics Forum, 32 (3), 361-370, 2013.

The source code and additional information can be found on **
GitHub**.

*Reference:* **Supertetras: A Superpixel Analog for Tetrahedral Mesh Oversegmentation**
by Giulia Picciau, Patricio Simari, Federico Iuricich, and Leila De Floriani in Image Analysis and Processing — ICIAP 2015, 9279, pages 375–386, 2015.

The source code and additional information can be found on **
GitHub**.

*Reference:* **Fast and Scalable Mesh Superfacets**
by Patricio Simari, Giulia Picciau, and Leila De Floriani in Computer Graphics Forum, 33 (7), pages 181-190, 2014.