Category: Graphics Multimedia

  • Interactive Computer Graphics. A Top-Down Approach with by Edward Angel

    By Edward Angel

    Interactive special effects with WebGL, Seventh Edition , is compatible for undergraduate scholars in laptop technology and engineering, for college kids in different disciplines who've sturdy programming abilities, and for execs drawn to laptop animation and photographs utilizing the most recent model of WebGL.


    Computer animation and images are actually regular in daily life from the pc display, to the motion picture display, to the shrewdpermanent cell monitor. The growing to be pleasure approximately WebGL functions and their skill to combine HTML5, encouraged the authors to solely use WebGL within the 7th variation of Interactive special effects with WebGL. Thisis the one creation to special effects textual content for undergraduates that totally integrates WebGL and emphasizes application-based programming. The top-down, programming-oriented technique allows insurance of enticing 3D fabric early within the direction so scholars instantly start to create their very own 3D photographs.


    Teaching and studying Experience

    This application will supply a greater instructing and studying experience–for you and your scholars. it is going to help:

    • Engage scholars instantly with 3D fabric: A top-down, programming-oriented technique permits assurance of attractive 3D fabric early within the direction so scholars instantly start to create their very own pictures.
    • Introduce special effects Programming with WebGL and JavaScript: WebGL is not just totally shader-based–each program needs to supply not less than a vertex shader and a fraction shader–but additionally a model that works in the most recent net browsers.
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  • Mesh parameterization methods and their applications by Alla Sheffer, Emil Praun, Kenneth Rose

    By Alla Sheffer, Emil Praun, Kenneth Rose

    Parameterizations among floor meshes and numerous domain names have quite a few functions in special effects and geometry processing. in recent times a variety of tools for parameterizing meshes were constructed, concentrating on diversified parameter domain names and targeting varied parameterization homes. Mesh Parameterization tools and their functions reports a number of the parameterization tools, summarizing the most principles of every method and targeting the sensible points of the tools. It additionally presents examples of the consequences generated through the various extra well known tools. while numerous tools tackle an analogous parameterization challenge, the survey strives to supply an target comparability among them according to standards similar to parameterization caliber, potency and robustness. Mesh Parameterization equipment and their functions presents tips to researchers and builders whilst assessing the suitability of alternative tools for numerous functions. The authors concentrate on the sensible elements of the tools to be had, resembling time complexity and robustness. in addition they offer a number of examples of parameterizations generated utilizing assorted equipment, permitting the reader to visually assessment and evaluate the implications.
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  • Iterated Function Systems for Real-Time Image Synthesis by Slawomir Nikiel

    By Slawomir Nikiel

    Natural phenomena should be visually defined with fractal-geometry equipment, the place iterative strategies instead of equations are used to version gadgets. With the improvement of higher modelling algorithms, the potency of rendering, the realism of computer-generated scenes and the interactivity of visible stimuli are attaining fabulous degrees. Iterated functionality platforms for Real-Time picture Synthesis provides an evidence of iterated functionality structures and the way to take advantage of them in iteration of complicated items. Contents include:

    •Discussion of the most well-liked fractal types utilized within the box of photo synthesis.

    •Presentation of iterated functionality process types, together with contemporary advancements in IFS illustration.

    •Exploration of algorithms for growing and manipulating fractal items, and strategies for enforcing the algorithms.

    •Use of sensible examples to illustrate the implementation and alertness of IFS models.

    The booklet comprises either an outline textual content and pseudo-code samples for the benefit of pictures software programmers.

    Slawomir Nikiel is an Assistant Professor on the Institute of keep an eye on and Computation Engineering, college of Zielona Góra. He set to work with fractal geometry in 1995. His present study pursuits contain fractal picture synthesis for real-time special effects and digital environments. the data within the booklet comes from the result of his contemporary research.

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  • Pattern Recognition & Machine Learning by Y. Anzai (Auth.)

    By Y. Anzai (Auth.)

    This can be the 1st textual content to supply a unified and self-contained creation to visible trend attractiveness and laptop studying. it truly is worthwhile as a common advent to manmade intelligence and data engineering, and no earlier wisdom of development attractiveness or computer studying is important. simple for varied development attractiveness and laptop studying tools. Translated from jap, the e-book additionally features bankruptcy workouts, key terms, and summaries. Read more...
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  • Geographic information metadata for spatial data by Javier Nogueras-Iso

    By Javier Nogueras-Iso

    Metadata play a primary position in either DLs and SDIs. in general outlined as "structured info approximately information" or "data which describe attributes of a source" or, extra easily, "information approximately data", it truly is a vital requirement for finding and comparing to be had facts. hence, this booklet specializes in the learn of alternative metadata facets, which give a contribution to a extra effective use of DLs and SDIs. the 3 major matters addressed are: the administration of nested collections of assets, the interoperability among metadata schemas, and the mixing of data retrieval ideas to the invention providers of geographic info catalogs (contributing during this technique to stay away from metadata content material heterogeneity)
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  • Geospatial Semantic Web by Chuanrong Zhang, Tian Zhao, Weidong Li

    By Chuanrong Zhang, Tian Zhao, Weidong Li

    This ebook covers key concerns on the topic of Geospatial Semantic internet, together with geospatial net companies for spatial information interoperability; geospatial ontology for semantic interoperability; ontology production, sharing, and integration; querying wisdom and knowledge from heterogeneous information resource; interfaces for Geospatial Semantic net, VGI (Volunteered Geographic info) and Geospatial Semantic internet; demanding situations of Geospatial Semantic net; and improvement of Geospatial Semantic net functions. This e-book additionally describes state of the art applied sciences that try and clear up those difficulties resembling WFS, WMS, RDF, OWL and GeoSPARQL and demonstrates find out how to use the Geospatial Semantic net applied sciences to resolve functional real-world difficulties reminiscent of spatial facts interoperability.

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  • Sparse Representations and Compressive Sensing for Imaging by Vishal M. Patel

    By Vishal M. Patel

    Compressed sensing or compressive sensing is a brand new notion in sign processing the place one measures a small variety of non-adaptive linear combos of the sign. those measurements tend to be a lot smaller than the variety of samples that outline the sign. From those small numbers of measurements, the sign is then reconstructed by way of non-linear method. Compressed sensing has lately emerged as a strong device for successfully processing information in non-traditional methods. during this ebook, we spotlight a few of the key mathematical insights underlying sparse illustration and compressed sensing and illustrate the position of those theories in classical imaginative and prescient, imaging and biometrics problems. Table of Contents Cover Sparse Representations and Compressive Sensing for Imaging and imaginative and prescient ISBN 9781461463801 ISBN 9781461463818 Acknowledgements Contents Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Outline Chapter 2 Compressive Sensing 2.1 Sparsity 2.2 Incoherent Sampling 2.3 Recovery 2.3.1 strong CS o The Dantzig selector 2.3.2 CS restoration Algorithms o Iterative Thresholding Algorithms o grasping Pursuits o different Algorithms 2.4 Sensing Matrices 2.5 section Transition Diagrams 2.6 Numerical Examples Chapter three Compressive Acquisition 3.1 unmarried Pixel Camera 3.2 Compressive Magnetic Resonance Imaging 3.2.1 picture Gradient Estimation 3.2.2 snapshot Reconstruction from Gradients 3.2.3 Numerical Examples 3.3 Compressive man made Aperture Radar Imaging 3.3.1 Slow-time Undersampling 3.3.2 photo Reconstruction 3.3.3 Numerical Examples 3.4 Compressive Passive Millimeter Wave Imaging 3.4.1 Millimeter Wave Imaging System 3.4.2 speeded up Imaging with prolonged Depth-of-Field 3.4.3 Experimental Results 3.5 Compressive mild delivery Sensing Chapter four Compressive Sensing for Vision 4.1 Compressive goal Tracking 4.1.1 Compressive Sensing for historical past Subtraction 4.1.2 Kalman Filtered Compressive Sensing 4.1.3 Joint Compressive Video Coding and Analysis 4.1.4 Compressive Sensing for Multi-View Tracking 4.1.5 Compressive Particle Filtering 4.2 Compressive Video Processing 4.2.1 Compressive Sensing for High-Speed Periodic Videos 4.2.2 Programmable Pixel Compressive Camerafor excessive velocity Imaging 4.2.3 Compressive Acquisition of Dynamic Textures o Dynamic Textures and Linear Dynamical Systems o Compressive Acquisition of LDS o Experimental Results 4.3 form from Gradients 4.3.1 Sparse Gradient Integration 4.3.2 Numerical Examples Chapter five Sparse Representation-based item Recognition 5.1 Sparse Representation 5.2 Sparse Representation-based Classification 5.2.1 powerful Biometrics Recognitionusing Sparse Representation 5.3 Non-linear Kernel Sparse Representation 5.3.1 Kernel Sparse Coding 5.3.2 Kernel Orthogonal Matching Pursuit 5.3.3 Kernel Simultaneous Orthogonal Matching Pursuit 5.3.4 Experimental Results 5.4 Multimodal Multivariate Sparse Representation 5.4.1 Multimodal Multivariate Sparse Representation 5.4.2 strong Multimodal Multivariate Sparse Representation 5.4.3 Experimental Results o Preprocessing o function Extraction o Experimental Set-up 5.5 Kernel house Multimodal Recognition 5.5.1 Multivariate Kernel Sparse Representation 5.5.2 Composite Kernel Sparse Representation 5.5.3 Experimental Results Chapter 6 Dictionary Learning 6.1 Dictionary studying Algorithms 6.2 Discriminative Dictionary Learning 6.3 Non-Linear Kernel Dictionary Learning Chapter 7 Concluding Remarks References
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  • Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin 2014: Algorithmen - Systeme by Thomas Martin Deserno, Heinz Handels, Hans-Peter Meinzer,

    By Thomas Martin Deserno, Heinz Handels, Hans-Peter Meinzer, Thomas Tolxdorff

    In den letzten Jahren hat sich der Workshop "Bildverarbeitung für die Medizin" durch erfolgreiche Veranstaltungen etabliert. Ziel ist auch 2014 wieder die Darstellung aktueller Forschungsergebnisse und die Vertiefung der Gespräche zwischen Wissenschaftlern, Industrie und Anwendern. Die Beiträge dieses Bandes - einige davon in englischer Sprache - umfassen alle Bereiche der medizinischen Bildverarbeitung, insbesondere Bildgebung und -akquisition, Molekulare Bildgebung, Visualisierung und Animation, Bildsegmentierung und -fusion, Anatomische Atlanten, Zeitreihenanalysen, Biomechanische Modellierung, Klinische Anwendung computerunterstützter Systeme, Validierung und Qualitätssicherung u.v.m.

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