EG1991 Proceedings (Technical Papers)

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EG1991 Proceedings (Technical Papers)

 

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  • Kaul, Anil; Rossignac, Jarek (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Computer programs that simulate the deformations of geometric shapes have played a key role in the increasing popularity of software tools for artistic animation. Previously published techniques for specifying and animating ...
  • Trumbore, Ben; Lytle, Wayne; Greenberg, Donald P. (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Image Synthesis research combines new ideas with existing techniques. A collection of software modules that provide such techniques is extremely useful for simplifying the development process. We describe the design and ...
  • Harada, T.; Konnoa, K.; Chiyokura, H. (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Blending surfaces, which connect two curved surfaces smoothly, often appear in geometric modeling. Many of the blending surfaces are variable-radius blends. Variableradius blending surfaces are very important in the design ...
  • Miuraa, Kenjiro Takai; Wangb, Kuo-King (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    G² continuity of free-form surfaces is sometimes very important in engineering applications. The conditions for G2 continuity between two Bezier patches has been studied and methods developed to ensure such continuity. ...
  • Shirley, Peter (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    The time complexity of Monte Carlo radiosity is discussed, and a proof is given that the expected number of rays required to produce a satisfactory radiosity solution for N zones is O(N). A satisfactory solution is defined ...
  • Schmitt, Francis; Cken, Xin; Du, Wen-Hui (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    An adaptive surface fitting algorithm is proposed for modelling the digitized surface of a real object described by an array of 3D points sampled on a rectangular mesh and stored in the form of a range image. A G1 -piecewise ...
  • Tost, Daniele (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Frame-to-frame coherence capitalizes on the continuity existing between successive frames in order to predict the visibility of the scene at a given instant on the basis of its visibility at the previous instant. It is ...
  • Samara, Veronika; Wiedling, Hans-Peter (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Constructive Page Description (CPD) is an overall approach allowing different kinds of data to be exchanged between a variety of systems and manipulated in arbitrary system environments. Fully changeable pages, which keep ...
  • Vafiadou, Maria - Eleni; Patrikalakis, Nicholas M. (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    This paper presents an algorithm for computing the intersection of the offset (or parallel) surface of a polynomial surface patch ( rogenitor) of arbitrary degree, with a straight line. The rogenitor patch is expressed in ...
  • Samuel, J. F. (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    This paper describes an experimental UIMS developed to investigate methods of combining and reusing objects within a constraint-based system. A novel approach based on graph-unification facilitated the definition of composite ...
  • Tanaka, Toshimitsu; Takahashi, Tokiichiro (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    This paper derives a shading model for area light sources which covers both diffuse and specular reflection. The shading model assumes ideally diffuse polygonal light sources and uses Phong’s reflection model. The model ...
  • Abi-Ezzi, Salim S.; Shirman, Leon A. (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    We pursue the problem of step size determination for tessellating arbitrary degree polynomial and rational Bezier patches, under highly varying modeling and viewing transformations, to within post-viewing size and/or ...
  • Popovic, M.; Chantemargue, F.; Canals, R.; Bonton, P. (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    The purpose of this paper is to propose several approaches for the implementation of the merging step of split and merge region segmentation. The splitting step has already been studied and its parallelization has subsequently ...
  • Chen, Hong; Wu, En-Hua (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Though radiosity method is an advanced rendering technique of global illumination, it is still not sufficiently to cope with many natural phenonmena such as furry surfaces. The rendering of furry surfaces has been a long ...
  • Smith, Jeff; Drewery, Karin (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    The ability to reparameterize the temporal axis in an animated sequence is a powerful and underexplored tool. Timewarps are described as extensions to previous work and the advantages of this tool are outlined. Timewarps ...
  • Buche, Patrice (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    In this paper, we present one important aspect of a complete application of numerical image analysis in biology. We want to analyse a biological object through serial cuttings to measure morphological and biochemical ...
  • Geymayer, Barbara; Prantl, Manfred; Müller-Seelich, Heimo; Tabatabai, Behnam (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    The paper presents methods to animate synthetic landscapes. The modeling of the landscape, the interactive specification of the flight path and the simulation of an explosion are described. The landscape is visualized by ...
  • Took, Roger (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    A formal model is presented which combines, in a single structure called a tangle, the power to express both the composition of aggregate objects, and the selective inheritance of object properties over a number of instances ...
  • Fellner, Dieter W.; Helmberg, Christoph (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    Even though GKS did not include circles and, in a more general form, ellipses and elliptical arcs in the list of elementary graphics primitives, CGM settled this omission with its standardization in 1987. According to CGM ...
  • Ertl, Gerhard; Müller-Seelich, Heimo; Tabatabai, Behnam (Eurographics Association, 1991)
    The objective of the presented project was to implement a system for the visualization of buildings. The system is used to create movies of buildings and interior rooms before they are built. For a realistic impression of ...

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