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- Tao Ju, Frank Losasso, Scott Schaefer, Joe D. Warren
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2002

This paper describes a new method for contouring a signed grid whose edges are tagged by Hermite data (i.e; exact intersection points and normals). This method avoids the need to explicitly identify and process "features" as required in previous Hermite contouring methods. Using a new, numerically stable representation for quadratic error functions, we… (More)

- Frank Losasso, Frédéric Gibou, Ronald Fedkiw
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2004

We present a method for simulating water and smoke on an <i>unrestricted</i> octree data structure exploiting mesh refinement techniques to capture the small scale visual detail. We propose a new technique for discretizing the Poisson equation on this octree grid. The resulting linear system is symmetric positive definite enabling the use of fast solution… (More)

- Frank Losasso, Hugues Hoppe
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2004

Rendering throughput has reached a level that enables a novel approach to level-of-detail (LOD) control in terrain rendering. We introduce the geometry clipmap, which caches the terrain in a set of nested regular grids centered about the viewer. The grids are stored as vertex buffers in fast video memory, and are incrementally refilled as the viewpoint… (More)

In this paper, we present an efficient semi-Lagrangian based particle level set method for the accurate capturing of interfaces. This method retains the robust topological properties of the level set method without the adverse effects of numerical dissipation. Both the level set method and the particle level set method typically use high order accurate… (More)

- Frank Losasso, Tamar Shinar, Andrew Selle, Ronald Fedkiw
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2006

The particle level set method has proven successful for the simulation of <i>two</i> separate regions (such as water and air, or fuel and products). In this paper, we propose a novel approach to extend this method to the simulation of as many regions as desired. The various regions can be liquids (or gases) of any type with differing viscosities, densities,… (More)

Since the seminal work of [92] on coupling the level set method of [69] to the equations for two-phase incompressible flow, there has been a great deal of interest in this area. That work demonstrated the most powerful aspects of the level set method, i.e. automatic handling of topological changes such as merging and pinching, as well as robust geometric… (More)

- Geoffrey Irving, Eran Guendelman, Frank Losasso, Ronald Fedkiw
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2006

We present a new method for the efficient simulation of large bodies of water, especially effective when three-dimensional surface effects are important. Similar to a traditional two-dimensional height field approach, most of the water volume is represented by tall cells which are assumed to have linear pressure profiles. In order to avoid the limitations… (More)

- Eran Guendelman, Andrew Selle, Frank Losasso, Ronald Fedkiw
- ACM Trans. Graph.
- 2005

We present a novel method for solid/fluid coupling that can treat infinitesimally thin solids modeled by a lower dimensional triangulated surface. Since classical solid/fluid coupling algorithms rasterize the solid body onto the fluid grid, an entirely new approach is required to treat thin objects that do not contain an interior region. Robust ray casting… (More)

- Frank Losasso, Jerry O. Talton, Nipun Kwatra, Ronald Fedkiw
- IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer…
- 2008

Grid-based methods have difficulty resolving features on or below the scale of the underlying grid. Although adaptive methods (e.g., RLE, octrees) can alleviate this to some degree, separate techniques are still required for simulating small-scale phenomena such as spray and foam, especially since these more diffuse materials typically behave quite… (More)

- Frank Losasso, Geoffrey Irving, Eran Guendelman, Ronald Fedkiw
- IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer…
- 2006

We propose a novel technique for melting and burning solid materials, including the simulation of the resulting liquid and gas. The solid is simulated with traditional mesh-based techniques (triangles or tetrahedra) which enable robust handling of both deformable and rigid objects, collision and self-collision, rolling, friction, stacking, etc. The… (More)