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Recent Trends of Computer Aided Geometric Design (CAGD) and Its Applications

Submission Deadline: 10 December 2022 (closed)

Guest Editors

Dr. Hijaz Ahmad, International Telematic University Uninettuno, Italy.
Dr. Muhammad Abbas, University of Sargodha, Pakistan.
Dr. Guo Wei, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, USA.
Dr. Tayyaba Akram, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.


Computer-aided geometric design (CAGD) is the field that deals with the mathematical interpretation of shapes and the computational features of geometrical structures, especially parametric curves and surfaces via control polygons and control nets respectively. This subject is in the area of industrial engineering and applied mathematics.

CAGD incorporates computer science and mathematics and is adapted to many other areas such as computer graphics, computational algebra, numerical analysis, data structures, and theory of approximation. This is a mathematical field with important applications in the area of computer sciences and engineering. It includes various mathematical domains: CAGD, differential geometry, absolute positivity, and numerical linear algebra.

CAGD came into existence in the shipbuilding, automotive, and aircraft industries. After that, several associations emerged between CAGD and many branches of mathematics, and these techniques are currently being used in other disciplines of industry and engineering, including in the fields of modeling, medicine, and life sciences.

The sole priority of this season is to collect and analyze the latest developments on CAGD and its applications. We highly encourage all to contribute your new research manuscript to this special season.


• Computer-aided geometric design
• Splines functions, NURBS, Bezier Curves and surfaces
• Shape preservation
• Isogeometric analysis
• Subdivision and special functions
• Interpolation, approximation, stability and convergence
• Wavelets and multiresolution methods
• Computational geometry
• Computer graphics
• Scattered data processing
• Solid Modelling
• Developable surfaces

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