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Modeling


Thursday, 4 August
10:30 am - 12:15 pm
Room 511AB
Session Chair: Cindy Grimm, Washington University in St. Louis

Vectorfield Isosurface-Based Reconstruction From Oriented Points


A volumetric method of surface reconstruction. Instead of imposing constraints and regularization values of a scalar field, this method imposes constraints and regularization on the gradient field.

Peter G. Sibley
Brown University
pgs (at) cs.brown.edu

Gabriel Taubin
Brown University

Modeling With Implicit Complexes


A novel method for modeling heterogeneous objects that contain entities of various dimensionalities with non-homogeneous internal structure. A hybrid model called Implicit Complex integrates cellular representations and constructive function representations.

Elena Kartasheva
Institute for Mathematical Modeling and Bournemouth University

Valery Adzhiev
Peter Comninos
Bournemouth University

Alexander Pasko
Benjamin Schmitt
Hosei University

Non-Rigid Global Alignment Using Thin-Plate Splines


Global non-rigid alignment of 3D range scans and images that compensates for low-frequency warps such as those arising from calibration errors.

Benedict J. Brown
Princeton University
bjbrown+siggraph (at) cs.princeton.edu

Szymon Rusinkiewicz
Princeton University
 

Fair Curve Networks in Nonlinear Geometries


A useful new design tool for creation of fair meshes, texture mapping, and surface creation in the presence of obstacles.

Johannes Wallner
Technische Universität Wien
wallner (at) geometrie.tuwien.ac.at

Helmut Pottmann
Technische Universität Wien

Michael Hofer
University of Minnesota
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