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A topological quadrilateral mesh \(Q\) of a connected surface in \(\mathbb {R}^3\) can be extended to a topological hexahedral mesh of the interior domain \(\varOmega \) if and only if \(Q\) has an even number of quadrilaterals and no odd cycle in \(Q\) bounds a surface inside \(\varOmega \). Moreover, if such a mesh exists, the required number of hexahedra is within a constant...

By **Jeff** **Erickson**, Published on 12/18/13

]. See http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/ jeffe/pubs/schema.html for the most recent version of this paper.
**Jeff** **Erickson** was partially supported by a Sloan Fellowship, NSF CAREER Award CCR-0093348, and NSF
ITR Grant