EG1999

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  • Chrysanthou, Yiorgos L.; Cohen-Or, Daniel; Fibich, Gadi; Halperin, Dan; Zadicario, Eyal; Lev-Yehudi, Shuly; Bartz, Dirk; Meißner, Michael; Hüttner, Tobias; Hüttner, Tobias; Bittner, Jiri; Havran, Vlastimil; Slavik, Pavel; Klosowski, James T.; Silva, Claudio T. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    The focus of this tutorial is a study of the techniques for solving visibility problems in virtual walkthroughs. The term walkthrough is referring not only to models of architectural models but rather to any large complex ...
  • Nadeau, David R.; Sowizral, Henry A. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Java 3D is a new cross-platform API for developing 3D graphics applications in Java. Its feature set is designed to enable quick development of complex 3D applications and, at the same time, enable fast and efficient ...
  • Rist, Thomas (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Advances and breakthroughs in the area of computer graphics have made visual media a major ingredient of the modern interface, and it is for sure that graphics will significantly influence the way people communicate and ...
  • Bartz, Dirk; Schneider, Bengt-Olaf; Silva, Claudio (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    The continuing commoditization of the computer market has precipitated a qualitative change. Increasingly powerful processors, large memories, big harddisk, high-speed networks, and fast 3D rendering hardware are now ...
  • Westermann, R.; Heidrich, W.; Sommer, O. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    With fast 3D graphics hardware becoming more and more available even on low end platforms, the focus in developing new algorithms is beginning to shift towards higher quality rendering and additional functionality instead ...
  • Caputo, B.; Moltedo, L.; Troncone, A.; Vitulano, D.; Pedersini, F.; Sarti, A.; Tubaro, S.; Salvetti, O.; Salonia, P.; Rossi, M. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Restoration and conservation actions on buildings of historic importance are generally performed relying on wide and heterogeneous information de- scribing their degradation status. The high quality of this information is ...
  • De Floriani, Leila; Puppo, Enrico; Cignoni, Paolo; Scopigno, Roberto (Eurographics Association, 1999)
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  • Stamminger, Marc; Wexler, Daniel; Kresse, Wolfram; Holzschuch, Nicolas; Christensen, Per H. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    A lot of research towards global illumination has been focussed on the radiosity method. Nevertheless, it is still a rather academic topic which finds very slowly its way into commercial products. The scope of this tutorial ...
  • Ezquerra, Norberto; Navazo, Isabel; Morris, Tahia Infantes; Monclus, Eva (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    The field of medical imaging has significantly changed over the years, becoming both an integral part of health care and an increasingly important area of research spanning many disciplines. As the title of this paper ...
  • Garland, Michael (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    For twenty years, it has been clear that many datasets are excessively complex for applications such as real-time display, and that techniques for controlling the level of detail of models are crucial.More recently, there ...
  • Herman, I.; Melancon, G.; Marshall, M.S. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    This is a survey on graph visualisation and navigation techniques, as used in information visualisation. Graphs appear in numerous applications, like web browsing, state–transition diagrams, computer data structures, etc. ...
  • Taubin, Gabriel (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Polygonal meshes remain the primary representation for visualization of 3D data in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, architecture, geographic information systems, medical imaging, robotics, entertainment, ...
  • Mastal, Helmut; Tobler, Robert F.; Purgathofer, Werner (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Calculating radiosity solutions for large scenes containing multiple plants is all but impossible using the radiosity method in its original form. With the introduction of sophisticated hierarchical and clustering algorithms ...
  • Cugini, U.; Bordegoni, M.; Rizzi, C.; De Angelis, F.; Prati, M. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    This report presents an overview of main modelling and simulation techniques for non–rigid objects discussing advantages and disadvantages. Related techniques to face several problems rising when dealing with deformable ...
  • Wright, Mark W.; Watson, Gordon; Dunlop, Gair; Middleton, Roy (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Heritage is an important application of virtual environments. The key role of virtual environments in this sector is to provide a spatial context for historical records, artifacts and places. This spatial context makes the ...
  • Xu, Zheng; Kondo, Kunio (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    One problem in subdivision surfaces is the number of meshes grows quickly after every subdivision step. The number of meshes of the subdivision surface is usually huge and the scheme is difficult to manipulate. In this ...
  • Walker, James Faure (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    This will be an illustrated presentation. It will show how digital techniques give the painter both new opportunities and a fresh set of problems. Is this part of the New Media story, or just painting turning a corner?
  • Wenger, Emanuel; Karnaukhov, Victor N.; Haidinger, Alois (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    The comparison of watermarks in old paper is the major technique for dating undated medieval manuscripts. The extraction of watermarks as contours is the crucial task in digitalization and building a watermark database. ...
  • Watson, K. (Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Exploring the similarities and the differences between artists and designers New technology has led to similarities in the work created by fine artists and designers who use computers. In the UK, design is still looked ...

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