We introduce the (q, h)-blossom of bivariate polynomials, and we define the bivariate (q, h)-Bernstein polynomials and (q, h)-Bézier surfaces on rectangular domains using the tensor product. Using the (q, h)-blossom, we construct recursive evaluation algorithms for (q, h)-Bézier surfaces and we derive a dual functional property, a Marsden identity, and a number of other properties for bivariate (q, h)-Bernstein polynomials and (q, h)-Bézier surfaces. We develop a subdivision algorithm for (q, h)-Bézier surfaces with a geometric rate of convergence. Recursive evaluation algorithms for quantum (q, h)-partial derivatives of bivariate polynomials are also derived.
Jegdić, Ilija; Simeonov, Plamen; and Zafiris, Vasilis, "Quantum (q, h)-Bézier surfaces based on bivariate (q, h)-blossoming" (2019). Faculty Publications. 128.