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A geometric framework for computer graphics addressing, modeling, visibility, and shadows [electronic resource] / Article Shadow Computation: A Unified Perspective. Abstract. In this paper we propose a new method of generation 3D multiview representation of monotonous polyhedrons on and shadows.
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A geometric framework for computer graphics addressing modeling, visibility, and shadows. www The article concerns the 3D multiview representation of monotonous polyhedrons generated on the. Abstract. The paper presents exact 3D multiview representation of monotonous polyhedrons (on the basis of their B rep) obtained by means of faces surrounding scanning algorithm uses the viewing sphere and perspective projection to describe the movement of points, (called K-M view space model).Visual identification is done based on these multiview models Cited by: 2.
Spiral Scanning of Faces to Obtain Complete 3D View Representation of Monotonous Polyhedra. A geometric framework for computer graphics addressing modeling, visibility, and shadows.
A survey of practical object space visibility algorithms Rendering antialiased shadows with depth maps. Computer Graphics, 21(4), July framework for computer graphics Author: Sherif Ghali.
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These early ideas of integrating functionality and affordance with computer vision and AI Author: Yixin Zhu, Tao Gao, Lifeng Fan, Siyuan Huang, Mark Edmonds, Hangxin Liu, Feng Gao, Chi Zhang, Siyuan. "A Survey of Shadow Algorithms", A.
Woo, P. Poulin, A. Fournier, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 10(6), Novemberpp. This paper has often been cited by other papers that focus on shadow or visibility algorithms (citation count: ). "An Efficient Scanline Visibility Implementation", A. Woo, S. Chall, Graphics Interface.
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