Richard Baxter

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While the field of procedural content generation is growing, there has been somewhat less work on developing procedural methods to animate these models. We present a technique for generating procedural models of trees and buildings <i>via</i> formal grammars (<i>L-Systems</i> and <i>wall grammars</i>) that are ready to be animated using physical simulation.(More)
The middle latency response (MLR) using wide band-pass filters shows marked changes in amplitude, latency and configuration in sleep. The components with latencies greater than 20 ms show the greatest variability. There is a significant increase in Pa latency in stages 2 and stages 3/4, and in some cases a disappearance of the Nb component with the(More)
Many of the techniques developed to assess structural damage are based on Experimental Modal Analysis (EMA). This paper presents a study to extend the current understanding of how increasing damage in a Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP) affects the modal damping factor of a laminated structure. Damage is introduced and quantified in terms of the(More)
A simple approach based on (i) the glue model for gold, [2] (ii) an empirical force field [3] for C 60 and (iii) the charge equilibration [4] plus the Born-Mayer potential for their interaction shows that the two experimentally detected structures for C 60 on Au(110) [5, 6] are competitive from 100 K. The model further shows the different nature of the(More)
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