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SMA
1999
ACM
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A novel FEM-based dynamic framework for subdivision surfaces
Subdivision surfaces have been extensively used to model smooth shapes of arbitrary topology. Recursive subdivision on an userdeļ¬ned initial control mesh generates a visually pl...
Chhandomay Mandal, Hong Qin, Baba C. Vemuri
PG
2002
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
A Physics-Based Framework for Subdivision Surface Design with Automatic Rules Control
The recent non-uniform subdivision approach extends traditional uniform subdivision schemes with variable rules, offering additional shape parameters (such as knot spacings) for f...
Hui Xie, Hong Qin
PG
2000
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
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...
Hong Qin
CA
2003
IEEE
11 years 10 months ago
Modeling Hair Using Level-of-Detail Representations
: We present a novel approach for modeling hair using level-of-detail representations. The set of representations include individual strands, hair clusters, and hair strips. They a...
Kelly Ward, Ming C. Lin, Joohi Lee, Susan Fisher, ...
CA
2000
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
Dynamic Sculpting and Animation of Free-form Subdivision Solids
This paper presents a sculptured solid modeling system founded upon dynamic Catmull-Clark subdivision-based solids of arbitrary topology. Our primary contribution is that we integ...
Kevin T. McDonnell, Hong Qin
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