“Curve and Surface Design: From Geometry to Applications” by Rockwood, Foley, Hagen and Nielson

  • ©Alyn P. Rockwood, Thomas A. Foley, Hans J. Hagen, and Gregory M. Nielson

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Entry Number: 15

Title:

    Curve and Surface Design: From Geometry to Applications

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    Intermediate
    Vector calculus, linear algebra, and basic computer graphics are recommended. Basic numerical analysis is helpful.

    Who Should Attend
    CAD developers, programmers, analysts, animators, researchers, and educators who want to learn the geometric foundations of curve and surface modeling.

    Objectives
    Attendees learn the basic concepts of curve and surface design techniques. Attendees gain on understanding of advanced Computer-Aided Geometric Design (CAGO) techniques and applications.

    Description
    Foundations for curve and surface design are presented with applications, algorithms, and live interactive demonstrations. Course notes provide a detailed background in CAGD which is required to use the techniques discussed. Notes enable attendees to pursue topic areas in more detail.


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Contributed By:


    Mary Whitton

Location:


    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

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