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    • Audio and Visual Rendering with Perceptual Foundations 

      Bonneel, Nicolas (Bonneel, 2009-09-15)
      Realistic visual and audio rendering still remains a technical challenge. Indeed, typicalcomputers do not cope with the increasing complexity of today's virtual environments, bothfor audio and visuals, and the graphic ...
    • Automated methods for audio-based music analysis with applications to musicology 

      Konz, Verena (Konz, 2012-11-09)
      This thesis contributes to bridging the gap between music information retrieval (MIR) and musicology. We present several automated methods for music analysis, which are motivated by concrete application scenarios being of ...
    • Automatic Optimization of 3D Mesh Data for Real-Time Online Presentation 

      Limper, Max Alfons (2018-06-05)
      Interactive 3D experiences are becoming increasingly available as a part of our every-day life. Examples are ranging from common video games to virtual reality experiences and augmented reality apps on smart phones. A ...
    • Bayesian and Quasi Monte Carlo Spherical Integration for Global Illumination 

      Marques, Ricardo (Marques, 2013-10-22)
      The spherical sampling of the incident radiance function entails a high computational cost. Therefore the illumination integral must be evaluated using a limited set of samples. Such a restriction raises the question of ...
    • Biomechanical Models for Human-Computer Interaction 

      Bachynskyi, Myroslav (2016-11-04)
      Post-desktop user interfaces, such as smartphones, tablets, interactive tabletops, public displays and mid-air interfaces, already are a ubiquitous part of everyday human life, or have the potential to be. One of the key ...
    • Cache based Optimization of Stencil Computations - An Algorithmic Approach 

      Shaheen, Mohammed (Shaheen, Mohammed, 2013-11-05)
      We are witnessing a fundamental paradigm shift in computer design. Memory has beenand is becoming more hierarchical. Clock frequency is no longer crucial for performance.The on-chip core count is doubling rapidly. The quest ...
    • Capacitive Sensing and Communication for Ubiquitous Interaction and Environmental Perception 

      Grosse-Puppendahl, Tobias (2015-06-08)
      During the last decade, the functionalities of electronic devices within a living environment constantly increased. Besides the personal computer, now tablet PCs, smart household appliances, and smartwatches enriched the ...
    • Capturing and Reconstructing the Appearance of Complex 3D Scenes 

      Fuchs, Christian (Fuchs, Christian, 2009-05-29)
      In this thesis, we present our research on new acquisition methods forreflectance properties of real-world objects. Specifically, we firstshow a method for acquiring spatially varying densities in volumes oftranslucent, ...
    • Colour videos with depth: acquisition, processing and evaluation 

      Richardt, Christian (Richardt, 2012-02-21)
      <p>The human visual system lets us perceive the world around us in three dimensions by integrating evidence from depth cues into a coherent visual model of the world. The equivalent in computer vision and computer ...
    • Comprehensive Visualization of Cardiac MRI Data 

      Termeer, Maurice Alain (Termeer, Dec 2008)
      Koronare Herzkrankheit ist eine der führenden Todesursachen in derwestlichen Welt. Die kontinuierliche Verbesserung der Magnetresonanztomographie(MRT) erleichtert genauere Diagnosen, indem sie immerdetailliertere Informationen ...
    • A computational appearance fabrication framework and derived applications 

      Papas, Marios (ETH Zurich, 2015)
      Traditionally, control over the appearance of objects in the real world was performed manually. Understanding how some physical property of an object would affect its appearance was achieved primarily through trial and ...
    • Computational Design of Auxetic Shells 

      Konakovic Lukovic, Mina (2019-07-18)
      Recent advances in material science and digital fabrication provide promising opportunities for product design, mechanical and biomedical engineering, robotics, architecture, art, and science. Engineered materials and ...
    • Computational Design of Flexible Structures 

      Pérez Rodríguez, Jesús (URJC, 2018-01-31)
      Computational fabrication technologies have revolutionized manufacturing by offering unprecedented control over the shape and material of the fabricated objects at accessible costs. These technologies allow users to design ...
    • Computational Differential Geometry Tools for Surface Interrogation, Fairing, and Design 

      Yoshizawa, Shin (2006)
      This thesis presents a set of new mesh processing methods which are based on computational differential geometry techniques. The underlying idea of the methods consists of using proper discrete approximations of differential ...
    • Computational Imaging: Combining Optics, Computation and Perception 

      Masia, Belen (Masia, 2013-12-11)
      This thesis presents contributions on the different stages of the imaging pipeline,from capture to display, and including interaction as well; we embrace all of themunder the concept of Computational Imaging. The addressed ...
    • Computational Methods for Capture and Reproduction of Photorealistic Surface Appearance 

      Aittala, Miika (2016-10-28)
      This thesis addresses the problem of capturing and reproducing surface material appearance from real-world examples for use in computer graphics applications. Detailed variation of color, shininess and small-scale shape ...
    • A Computational Musco-Skeletal Model for Animating Virtual Faces 

      Fratarcangeli, Marco (Fratarcangeli, 30/09/2009)
      Automatic synthesis of facial animation in Computer Graphics is a challenging task and althoughthe problem is three decades old by now, there is still not a unified method to solveit. This is mainly due to the complex ...
    • Computational Shape Understanding for 3D Reconstruction and Modeling 

      Ceylan, Duygu (Ceylan, 2014-06-10)
      The physical and the digital world are becoming tightly connected as we see an increase in thevariety of 2D and 3D acquisition devices, e.g., smartphones, digital camera, scanners, commercialdepth sensors. The recent ...
    • Computer Drawing Tools for Assisting Learners, Hobbyists, and Professionals 

      Iarussi, Emmanuel (2015-09-29)
      Drawing is the earliest form of visual depiction. The goal of this thesis is to facilitate and accelerate drawing for amateurs as well as for expert designers and illustrators, employing graphics, image processing and ...
    • Computergraphics and Nature 

      Neubert, Boris (Neubert, 2012-05-07)
      <p>This thesis presents new methods for modeling and efficient rendering of botanical scenes and objects. The first methodallows for producing 3D tree models from a set of images with limited user intervention by ...