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<commblock> <author>Sanket Jain</author> <email>firstname.lastname@example.org</email> <inst></inst> <comment> What is the opt structure in remeshsurf function? I am not sure what the values for its opt.gridsize and others would be in my case. Is there any way I use the same gridsize and elemsize as my original surface mesh? or Does it nullify the whole objective of performing the resurfmehs. </comment> <timestamp>: Tue Jul 27 2010 10:45:21 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>FangQ</author> <email>email@example.com</email> <inst></inst> <comment> hi Sanket this the most [http://iso2mesh.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/index.cgi?Doc/FAQ#I_am_getting_a_Two_subfaces_are_found_intersecting_each_other_error_what_should_I_do frequently encountered error] with iso2mesh (or tetgen). It is very likely that your original mesh contains self-intersecting elements, and mesh simplification (decimation) usually won't fix it (If you are using FreeSurfer, the pial surface it produced usually have this type of issue). There is a work-around, but you might have to play with the options to get it to work. Please look into the sample script <tt>sample/demo_remesh_surface.m</tt>. It calls a function named <tt>remeshsurf</tt> in the toolbox. What this function does is to first convert a closed surface into a binary image, and then re-extract a surface from the volume, and the extraction script guarantees that the produced mesh is self-intersection free. If your mesh is complex, you may have to use a large volume to re-voxelize your surface. Give it a try and let me know if it works. Qianqian </comment> <timestamp>: Mon Jul 26 2010 19:54:04 GMT-0400 (EST)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>Sanket Jain</author> <email>firstname.lastname@example.org</email> <inst>Medical College of Wisconsin</inst> <comment> I used a cortical surface and created a volumetric mesh using the surf2mesh function. If I use the keepratio value <=0.5; the mesher works really well. But if I use the keepratio value>0.5, I get the following message. Error: Invalid PLC. Two subfaces (17561, 18027, 83603) and (83474, 83572, 18027) are found intersecting each other. Hint: Use -d switch to find all intersecting facets. volume mesh generation is complete I am not sure the reason for this message and also if there is any potential work around it. Thanks, Sanket </comment> <timestamp>: Mon Jul 26 2010 16:05:00 GMT-0500 (Central Daylight Time)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>Qianqian Fang <email>email@example.com <comment> it is not needed. the mexglx files are compatible with 64bit systems. please see my email. </comment> <timestamp>: Thu Feb 26 2009 17:51:31 GMT-0500 (EST)</timestamp> </commblock> <commblock> <author>Edouard Oudet <email>firstname.lastname@example.org <comment> Dear all, Thanks a lot for your toolbox. In my distribution the cgal*.mexa64 files are missing. Is it normal ? Does it come from a problem of compilation of cgal in 64b ? Best regards, Edouard. </comment> <timestamp>: Thu Feb 26 2009 17:31:55 GMT+0100 (CET)</timestamp> </commblock>
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