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MOC
2002
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Avoiding the order reduction of Runge-Kutta methods for linear initial boundary value problems
Abstract. A new strategy to avoid the order reduction of Runge-Kutta methods when integrating linear, autonomous, nonhomogeneous initial boundary value problems is presented. The s...
Mari Paz Calvo, Cesar Palencia
MOC
1998
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Implicit-explicit multistep finite element methods for nonlinear parabolic problems
We approximate the solution of initial boundary value problems for nonlinear parabolic equations. In space we discretize by finite element methods. The discretization in time is b...
Georgios Akrivis, Michel Crouzeix, Charalambos Mak...
SIGGRAPH
1999
ACM
10 years 7 months ago
LCIS: A Boundary Hierarchy for Detail-Preserving Contrast Reduction
High contrast scenes are difficult to depict on low contrast displays without loss of important fine details and textures. Skilled artists preserve these details by drawing scen...
Jack Tumblin, Greg Turk
CVPR
2004
IEEE
11 years 4 months ago
Reconstructing Open Surfaces from Unorganized Data Points
In this paper a method for fitting open surfaces to an unorganized set of data points is presented using a level set representation of the surface. This is done by tracking a curv...
Jan Erik Solem, Anders Heyden
IJCV
2006
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Reconstructing Open Surfaces from Image Data
In this paper a method for fitting open surfaces to data obtained from images is presented using a level set representation of the surface. This is done by tracking a curve, repres...
Jan Erik Solem, Anders Heyden
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