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FEM-Based Dynamic Subdivision Splines

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FEM-Based Dynamic Subdivision Splines
Recent years have witnessed dramatic growth in the use of subdivision schemes for graphical modeling and animation, especially for the representation of smooth, oftentimes complex shapes of arbitrary topology. Nevertheless, conventional interactive approaches to subdivision objects can be extremely laborious and inefficient. Users must carefully specify the initial mesh and/or painstakingly manipulate the control vertices at different levels of the subdivision hierarchy to satisfy a diverse set of functional requirements and aesthetic criteria in the modeled object. This modeling drawback results from the lack of direct manipulation tools for the limit geometric shape. To improve the efficiency of interactive design, we have developed a unified FEM-based dynamic methodology for arbitrary subdivision schemes by marrying principles of computationalphysics and finite element analysis with powerful subdivision geometry. Our dynamic framework permits users to directly manipulate the li...
Hong Qin
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where PG
Authors Hong Qin
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