On the “piano movers” problem. II. General techniques for computing topological properties of real algebraic manifolds JT Schwartz, M Sharir Advances in applied Mathematics 4 (3), 298-351, 1983 | 1233 | 1983 |

Davenport-Schinzel sequences and their geometric applications M Sharir Theoretical Foundations of Computer Graphics and CAD, 253-278, 1988 | 1164 | 1988 |

Two approaches to interprocedural data flow analysis M Sharir, A Pnueli New York University. Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences …, 1978 | 1160 | 1978 |

Randomized incremental construction of Delaunay and Voronoi diagrams LJ Guibas, DE Knuth, M Sharir Algorithmica 7 (1-6), 381-413, 1992 | 938 | 1992 |

Linear time algorithms for visibility and shortest path problems inside simple polygons L Guibas, J Hershberger, D Leven, M Sharir, R Tarjan Proceedings of the second annual symposium on computational geometry, 1-13, 1986 | 792 | 1986 |

On the “piano movers'” problem I. The case of a two‐dimensional rigid polygonal body moving amidst polygonal barriers JT Schwartz, M Sharir Communications on pure and applied mathematics 36 (3), 345-398, 1983 | 784 | 1983 |

On the existence and synthesis of multifinger positive grips B Mishra, JT Schwartz, M Sharir Algorithmica 2 (1-4), 541-558, 1987 | 625 | 1987 |

On the Complexity of Motion Planning for Multiple Independent Objects; PSPACE-Hardness of the" Warehouseman's Problem" JE Hopcroft, JT Schwartz, M Sharir The international journal of robotics research 3 (4), 76-88, 1984 | 597 | 1984 |

On shortest paths in polyhedral spaces M Sharir (, A Schorr Proceedings of the sixteenth annual ACM symposium on Theory of computing …, 1984 | 563 | 1984 |

Motion planning in the presence of moving obstacles J Reif, M Sharir Journal of the ACM (JACM) 41 (4), 764-790, 1994 | 510 | 1994 |

A subexponential bound for linear programming J Matoušek, M Sharir, E Welzl Proceedings of the eighth annual symposium on Computational geometry, 1-8, 1992 | 484 | 1992 |

On the union of Jordan regions and collision-free translational motion amidst polygonal obstacles K Kedem, R Livne, J Pach, M Sharir Discrete & Computational Geometry 1, 59-71, 1986 | 453 | 1986 |

Combinatorial complexity bounds for arrangements of curves and spheres KL Clarkson, H Edelsbrunner, LJ Guibas, M Sharir, E Welzl Discrete & Computational Geometry 5 (2), 99-160, 1990 | 439 | 1990 |

On the piano movers' problem: III. Coordinating the motion of several independent bodies: The special case of circular bodies moving amidst polygonal barriers JT Schwartz, M Sharir The International Journal of Robotics Research 2 (3), 46-75, 1983 | 394 | 1983 |

A strong-connectivity algorithm and its applications in data flow analysis M Sharir Computers & Mathematics with Applications 7 (1), 67-72, 1981 | 390 | 1981 |

Nonlinearity of Davenport—Schinzel sequences and of generalized path compression schemes S Hart, M Sharir Combinatorica 6 (2), 151-177, 1986 | 362 | 1986 |

Identification of partially obscured objects in two and three dimensions by matching noisy characteristic curves JT Schwartz, M Sharir The International Journal of Robotics Research 6 (2), 29-44, 1987 | 361 | 1987 |

Efficient algorithms for geometric optimization PK Agarwal, M Sharir ACM Computing Surveys (CSUR) 30 (4), 412-458, 1998 | 355 | 1998 |

Arrangements and their applications PK Agarwal, M Sharir Handbook of computational geometry, 49-119, 2000 | 301 | 2000 |

Filling gaps in the boundary of a polyhedron G Barequet, M Sharir Computer Aided Geometric Design 12 (2), 207-229, 1995 | 290 | 1995 |