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    • Accelerating Liquid Simulation With an Improved Data‐Driven Method 

      Gao, Yang; Zhang, Quancheng; Li, Shuai; Hao, Aimin; Qin, Hong (© 2020 Eurographics ‐ The European Association for Computer Graphics and John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2020)
      In physics‐based liquid simulation for graphics applications, pressure projection consumes a significant amount of computational time and is frequently the bottleneck of the computational efficiency. How to rapidly apply ...
    • Inverse Modelling of Incompressible Gas Flow in Subspace 

      Zhai, Xiao; Hou, Fei; Qin, Hong; Hao, Aimin (© 2017 The Eurographics Association and John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2017)
      This paper advocates a novel method for modelling physically realistic flow from captured incompressible gas sequence via modal analysis in frequency‐constrained subspace. Our analytical tool is uniquely founded upon ...
    • A Novel Plastic Phase-Field Method for Ductile Fracture with GPU Optimization 

      Zhao, Zipeng; Huang, Kemeng; Li, Chen; Wang, Changbo; Qin, Hong (The Eurographics Association and John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2020)
      efficiently simulate ductile fracture with GPU optimization. At the theoretical level of physically-based modeling and simulation, our PPF approach assumes the fracture sensitivity of the material increases with the plastic ...
    • RegionSketch: Interactive and Rapid Creation of 3D Models with Rich Details 

      Liu, Shuai; Hou, Fei; Hao, Aimin; Qin, Hong (The Eurographics Association, 2019)
      In this paper, we articulate a new approach to interactive generation of 3D models with rich details by way of sketching sparse 2D strokes. Our novel method is a natural extension of Poisson vector graphics (PVG). We design ...
    • Robust and Efficient SPH Simulation for High-speed Fluids with the Dynamic Particle Partitioning Method 

      Zheng, Zhong; Gao, Yang; Li, Shuai; Qin, Hong; Hao, Aimin (The Eurographics Association, 2018)
      In this paper, our research efforts are devoted to the efficiency issue of the SPH simulation when the ratio of velocities among fluid particles is large. Specifically, we introduce a k-means clustering method into the SPH ...