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Author(s):

Kobbelt, Leif
Bischoff, Stephan
Botsch, Mario
Kähler, Kolja
Rössl, Christian
Schneider, Robert
Vorsatz, Jens

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Kobbelt:GMBPM:00

Title, Conference

Title*:

Geometric Modeling Based on Polygonal Meshes


eg2000_modeling_tutorial.pdf.gz (4166.61 KB)

Booktitle*:

Tutorials of the European Association for Computer Graphics 21st Annual Conference (Eurographics-00)

Event Address*:

Interlaken, Switzerland

URL of the conference:

http://www.eg.org/EG2000

Event Date*:
(no longer used):

August 20-25

URL for downloading the paper:

http://www.eg.org/EG/DL/Conf/EG2000/tutorials/tutorial4.pdf

Event Start Date:

18 September 2019

Event End Date:

18 September 2019

Language:

English

Organization:

European Association for Computer Graphics

Publisher

Publisher's Name:

Eurographics

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Address*:

Aire-la-Ville, Switzerland

Type:

Tutorial

Vol, No, pp., Year

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Volume:


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Month:

August

Pages:

1-47



Sequence Number:


Year*:

2000

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(LaTeX) Abstract:

While traditional computer aided design (CAD) is mainly based on
piecewise polynomial surface representations, the recent advances in
the efficient handling of polygonal meshes have made available a set
of powerful techniques which enable sophisticated modeling operations
on freeform shapes. In this tutorial we are going to give a detailed
introduction into the various techniques that have been proposed over
the last years. Those techniques address important issues such as
surface generation from discrete samples (e.g. laser scans) or from
control meshes (ab initio design); complexity control by adjusting the
level of detail of a given 3D-model to the current application or to
the available hardware resources; advanced mesh optimization
techniques that are based on the numerical simulation of physical
material (e.g. membranes or thin plates) and finally the generation
and modification of hierarchical representations which enable
sophisticated multiresolution modeling functionality.

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geometric modeling, polygonal meshes

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MPG Unit:

Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik



MPG Subunit:

Computer Graphics Group

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Expert

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BibTeX Entry:
@INPROCEEDINGS{Kobbelt:GMBPM:00,
AUTHOR = {Kobbelt, Leif and Bischoff, Stephan and Botsch, Mario and K{\"a}hler, Kolja and R{\"o}ssl, Christian and Schneider, Robert and Vorsatz, Jens},
TITLE = {Geometric Modeling Based on Polygonal Meshes},
BOOKTITLE = {Tutorials of the European Association for Computer Graphics 21st Annual Conference (Eurographics-00)},
PUBLISHER = {Eurographics},
YEAR = {2000},
TYPE = {Tutorial},
ORGANIZATION = {European Association for Computer Graphics},
PAGES = {1--47},
ADDRESS = {Interlaken, Switzerland},
MONTH = {August},
}


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