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Algorithm to build Building vertex-edge visibility graph among polygonal obstacles on 2d plane

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I want to implement algorithm for computing vertex-edge visibility graph. among polygonal obstacles, but I can't find any description or scientific paper describing such algorithm. Currently I understand how to extend Lee's algorithm for vertex-vertex visibility graph to compute vertex-edge graph, but I want to achieve better than $O(n^2 log(n))$ complexity. I read paper of Mount and Ghosh about their $O(nlog(n))$ algorithm based on triangulation of free space, and seems it allows extension to produce vertex-edge graph. But that algo has too complicated implementation :)

I wonder if there is a way to extend Overmars and Welzl algorithm $O(n^2)$ or algorithm with similar complexity to produce vertex-edge visibility graph? It's implementation seems to be quite simple. Point me on some papers, links, or describe it here if you can.

I want to implement algorithm for computing vertex-edge visibility graph., but I can't find any description or scientific paper describing such algorithm. Currently I understand how to extend Lee's algorithm for vertex-vertex visibility graph to compute vertex-edge graph, but I want to achieve better than $O(n^2 log(n))$ complexity. I read paper of Mount and Ghosh about their $O(nlog(n))$ algorithm based on triangulation of free space, and seems it allows extension to produce vertex-edge graph. But that algo has too complicated implementation :)

I wonder if there is a way to extend Overmars and Welzl algorithm $O(n^2)$ or algorithm with similar complexity to produce vertex-edge visibility graph? It's implementation seems to be quite simple. Point me on some papers, links, or describe it here if you can.

I want to implement algorithm for computing vertex-edge visibility graph among polygonal obstacles, but I can't find any description or scientific paper describing such algorithm. Currently I understand how to extend Lee's algorithm for vertex-vertex visibility graph to compute vertex-edge graph, but I want to achieve better than $O(n^2 log(n))$ complexity. I read paper of Mount and Ghosh about their $O(nlog(n))$ algorithm based on triangulation of free space, and seems it allows extension to produce vertex-edge graph. But that algo has too complicated implementation :)

I wonder if there is a way to extend Overmars and Welzl algorithm $O(n^2)$ or algorithm with similar complexity to produce vertex-edge visibility graph? It's implementation seems to be quite simple. Point me on some papers, links, or describe it here if you can.

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Algorithm to build vertex-edge visibility graph on 2d plane

I want to implement algorithm for computing vertex-edge visibility graph., but I can't find any description or scientific paper describing such algorithm. Currently I understand how to extend Lee's algorithm for vertex-vertex visibility graph to compute vertex-edge graph, but I want to achieve better than $O(n^2 log(n))$ complexity. I read paper of Mount and Ghosh about their $O(nlog(n))$ algorithm based on triangulation of free space, and seems it allows extension to produce vertex-edge graph. But that algo has too complicated implementation :)

I wonder if there is a way to extend Overmars and Welzl algorithm $O(n^2)$ or algorithm with similar complexity to produce vertex-edge visibility graph? It's implementation seems to be quite simple. Point me on some papers, links, or describe it here if you can.