Triangulation method is a technique used in geographic information systems and computer graphics to create a continuous surface representation from a set of irregularly spaced points. This method involves dividing the area into a series of triangles by connecting adjacent points with edges. The resulting network of triangles forms a TIN (Triangulated Irregular Network), which can be used for interpolation and creating a continuous surface. The Triangulation method is suitable for representing surface morphology.
The Triangulation (TIN) method provides a flexible and accurate way to represent surfaces based on irregularly spaced data points. It is commonly used in digital elevation models (DEM), and spatial data visualization in GIS applications.