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    • Photogrammetric Stereocompilation Supported by Interactive Computer Graphics (Abstract) 

      Dorrer, Egon (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      A single-user computer graphics supported stereophotogrammetric digitizing system is presented in its intermediate experimental state. Essential system component is a Tektronix 4054 graphics desk-top computer connected to ...
    • Computer Graphic Presentation of Road Data 

      Koren, Hans; Holbaek-Hanssen, Erik; Tjugen, Olav H.; Wiborg, Trond (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      This paper presents a system for plotting traffic accidents and other data related to roads, on computer drawn maps. A method for simultaneous presentation of many different aspects of the road is also described.
    • Fast Access to Archival Information Stored on Optical Memory Discs 

      Bittner, H.; Krömker, D.; Lenzer, R.; Olsowski, H.D. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      A database processor based on a multi-microprocessor system managing archival data was developed for the use in local area networks. To grant fast and easy access from office workstations to heterogeneous information stored ...
    • Principal Patches - A New Class of Surface Patch Based on Differential Geometry 

      Martin, R.R. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      This paper describes a new class of surface patch for use in computational geometry, where fairness is built in at the design stage by using ideas from differential geometry. Principal patches are patches whose sides are ...
    • Non-Rectangular Surface Patches Suitable for Inclusion in a B-Spline Surface 

      Sabin, M.A. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
    • XGKS - A Multitask Implementation of GKS 

      Herman, I.; T.Tolnay-Knefely,; Vincze, A. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      A multitask design for GKS is presented, a realization aiming small computers and intelligent graphic hardware.
    • On Developing a GKS Driver Architecture for Raster Workstations 

      Rix, Joachim (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      The use of raster graphics devices needs adapting to graphics applications. The first graphics standard, the Graphics Kernel System GKS, defines a logical interface on an application and device independent level. The ...
    • Refinement of the Stress Contour Plots by the Local Interpolations, Extrapolations ans Averaging 

      Draskovic, Z.; Berkovic, M. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      The purpose of this paper is an attempt to improve the stress contour plots for the simplest two-dimensional finite elements. The proposed approach is achieved by the use of the simple local interpolations, extrapolations ...
    • Decision Support Systems - The Significance of Hybrid Communication Facilities for Operations Research Consultancy 

      Gels, Martin (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      In this paper the significance of suitable combinations of analogue and digital communication facilities in the design and implementation of Decision Support Systems (DSS) will be discussed within the context of practical ...
    • The GHOST-80 Colour Raster Extensions 

      Prior, W.A.J.; Sutherland, R.J. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      The GHOST Graphical Output System has been developed over a long period. The most recent version, GHOST-80 has been enhanced with routines for colour raster displays. The integration of these routines with the existing ...
    • Standard Graphics as a Geometric Modelling Device 

      Takala, T. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      A view is taken on geometric modelling systems as abstract data types. Having this frame of reference, the Device Independent Segment Storage of standard graphics is considered, and found to possess useful capability of ...
    • Contribution to Methodic in CAD 

      Duhovnik, J. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      In the paper the design process is analysed and a new model of the design process which is usefull in CAD is explained. At working a construction with the computer we have to consider the function and form. The function ...
    • Depth Sorting by Windowing 

      Gangnet, Michel (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      In this paper we present the first version of a new algorithm for hidden-surface and hidden-line elimination which applies primarily to the generation of indoor perspective views of simple building models. The algorithm ...
    • A High Level Interface to the Graphical Kernel System - GKS 

      Watkins, H.K. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      A Graphical Package is described with particular reference to the petroleum industry. One of its design aims is that it should act as a user interface to GKS and be as user friendly as possible. As a further design aim, ...
    • Interactive Graphical Planning 

      Jackson, Michael J.; Clark, Tony (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      Accurate planning is an essential part of efficient project management, but computer-aided techniques have, in the past, not fulfilled their potential in this important field, This paper describes how interactive graphics ...
    • Visualizing Inversions in Time with Computer Graphics 

      Mezzina, Maria (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      An example of how computer graphics have been used to visually explore the INVERSION SPACE, and its educational and artistic implications.
    • Inverse Perspective Mapping in Scanline Order onto Non-Planar Quadrilaterals 

      Hourcade, J.C.; Nicolas, A. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      Mapping textures onto three dimensional objects should resolve two class of problem ; first find a correspondence between the texture and the displayed object, secondly filter the texture according the display grid and the ...
    • A Geometric Data Manager 

      Tikkanen, M.; Mantyla, M.; Tamminen, M. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      GWB/DMS is the data management subsystem of GWB, the Geometric Work-Bench. I t has been designed specifically for three-dimensional computeraided design applications. As the data definition and manipulation take place with ...
    • Closed 2D Contour Algorithms for 3D Reconstruction 

      Huijsmans, D. P. (The Eurographics Association, 1983)
      In collaboration with the department of Anatomy a software package (FORTRAN 77) for 3D reconstruction of anatomical material is under development. Input material consists of a series of planparallel slices of an embedded ...