Short version: in the mid-phase or narrow-phase of collision-detection, does any acceleration structure organizing the mesh's vertices (e.g. AABB-trees, Octrees, Quadtrees) work for the mesh's instances that are re-scaled, re-sizes and/or rotated?
Long version: suppose a concave mesh composed of a very high number of triangles (e.g. 200k) and for which I cannot use convex decomposition in order to perform collision detection. The most efficient solution usually employed would be to organize the vertices of the mesh using acceleration structures to quickly prune which parts of the mesh are likely to have been collided with.
However, that mesh is used for generating instantiated copies - and each of these can have different size, rotation and/or scale at any of the X,Y,Z axis. Would any acceleration-structures work since the instances can be re-scaled, rotated and resized? Suggestions, tips, academic references, are all appreciated.