“Adaptive Visualization of Large Dynamic Non-Manifold Models” by Lu and Hammersley

  • ©Hong-Qian Lu and Richard Hammersley

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    Adaptive Visualization of Large Dynamic Non-Manifold Models

Session/Category Title:   Modeling


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    Many disciplines use large models built using Boolean operations. This sketch presents new results on a multiresolution technique for visualizing large non-manifold models during the modeling process.

References:


    1. Hoppe, H. (1996). Progressive meshes, Proc. SIGGRAPH 96, 99-108.
    2. Lounsbery, M., DeRose, T.D., & Warren, J. (1997). Multiresolution analysis for surfaces of arbitrary topological type. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 16 (1), 34-73.
    3. Hammersley, R., Lu, H.Q., & Assa, S. (1999, August). Geometric modeling with a multiresolution representation. Eleventh Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry.
    4. Lu, H.Q. & Hammersley, R. (2000, February). Adaptive visualization for interactive geometric modeling in geoscience, WSCG’2000.


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