“Faster accurate reflections throught quadric mirrors” by Goncalves and Nogueira

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    Faster accurate reflections throught quadric mirrors



    Reflectors attract the attention of people since they reflect discontinuous images of the world and often provide unexpected information of a non-direct field of view. This is why reflections still have a lot of research attention in rendering of images in computer graphics, computer vision and optics, amongst other fields.


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