Zhaoliang Lun

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The human perception of stylistic similarity transcends structure and function: for instance, a bed and a dresser may share a common style. An algorithmically computed style similarity measure that mimics human perception can benefit a range of computer graphics applications. Previous work in style analysis focused on shapes within the same class, and(More)
We present a novel particle-based method for stable simulation of elasto-plastic materials. The main contribution of our method is an implicit numerical integrator, using a physically-based model, for computing particles that undergo both elastic and plastic deformations. The main advantage of our implicit integrator is that it allows the use of large time(More)
When geometric models with a desired combination of style and functionality are not available, they currently need to be created manually. We facilitate algorithmic synthesis of 3D models of man-made shapes which combines user-specified style, described via an <i>exemplar</i> shape, and functionality, encoded by a functionally different <i>target</i> shape.(More)
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