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- Dinesh K. Pai, Kees van den Doel, +4 authors Som H. Yau
- SIGGRAPH
- 2001

We describe a system for constructing computer models of several aspects of physical interaction behavior, by scanning the response of real objects. The behaviors we can successfully scan and model include deformation response, contact textures for interaction with force-feedback, and contact sounds. The system we describe uses a highly automated robotic… (More)

- Kees van den Doel, Paul G. Kry, Dinesh K. Pai
- SIGGRAPH
- 2001

We describe algorithms for real-time synthesis of realistic sound effects for interactive simulations (e.g., games) and animation. These sound effects are produced automatically, from 3D models using dynamic simulation and user interaction. We develop algorithms that are efficient, physically-based, and can be controlled by users in natural ways. We develop… (More)

- Kees van den Doel, Uri M. Ascher
- J. Comput. Physics
- 2006

The recovery of a distributed parameter function with discontinuities from inverse problems with elliptic forward PDEs is fraught with theoretical and practical difficulties. Better results are obtained for problems where the solution may take on at each point only one of two values, thus yielding a shape recovery problem. This article considers level set… (More)

We describe a method for reconstructing the activity in human muscles from an array of voltage sensors on the skin surface. MRI is used to obtain morphometric data which is segmented into muscle tissue, fat, bone and skin, from which a finite element model for volume conduction is constructed. The inverse problem of finding the current sources in the… (More)

- Kees van den Doel
- ICAD
- 2004

A physically based liquid sound synthesis methodology is developed. The fundamental mechanism for the production of liquid sounds is identified as the acoustic emission of bubbles. After reviewing the physics of vibrating bubbles as it is relevant to audio synthesis, a sound model for isolated single bubbles is developed and validated with a small user… (More)

This article considers inverse problems of shape recovery from noisy boundary data, where the forward problem involves the inversion of elliptic PDEs. The piecewise constant solution, a scaling and translation of a characteristic function, is described in terms of a smoother level set function. A fast and simple dynamic regularization method has been… (More)

We describe a methodology called computed myography to qualitatively and quantitatively determine the activation level of individual muscles by voltage measurements from an array of voltage sensors on the skin surface. A finite element model for electrostatics simulation is constructed from morphometric data. For the inverse problem, we utilize a… (More)

- Kees van den Doel, Uri M. Ascher, A. Leitão
- J. Sci. Comput.
- 2010

This paper considers highly ill-posed surface recovery inverse problems, where the sought surface in 2D or 3D is piecewise constant with several possible level values. These levels may further be potentially unknown. Multiple level set functions are used when there are more than two such levels, and we extend the methods and theory of our previous works to… (More)

- Kees van den Doel, Dinesh K. Pai
- Presence
- 1998

We propose a general framework for the simulation of sounds produced by colliding physical objects in a virtual reality environment. The framework is based on the vibration dynamics of bodies. The computed sounds depend on the material of the body, its shape, and the location of the contact. This allows the user to obtain important auditory clues about the… (More)

We describe a unit generator based audio synthesis programming environment written in pure Java. The environment is based on a foundation structure consisting of a small number of Java interfaces and abstract classes, and a potentially unlimited number of unit generators, which are created by extending the abstract classes and implementing a single method.… (More)