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You may already know Voronoi (...diagram/tesselation) under another name:
- In geophysics: Thiessen polygons (after American meteorologist Alfred H. Thiessen)
- In mathematics: Dirichlet diagrams/tesselation, fundamental domains, metric fundamental polygons (depending on use)
- In physics: Wigner-Seitz unit cells, Brillouin zones (depending on what it is applied to)
Delaunay triangulation is closely related: it describes the lines that are bisected.