Guided Procedural Modeling

  title={Guided Procedural Modeling},
  author={Bedrich Benes and O. Stava and R. Mech and G. Miller},
  journal={Computer Graphics Forum},
  • Bedrich Benes, O. Stava, +1 author G. Miller
  • Published 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Computer Graphics Forum
  • Procedural methods present one of the most powerful techniques for authoring a vast variety of computer graphics models. However, their massive applicability is hindered by the lack of control and a low predictability of the results. In the classical procedural modeling pipeline, the user usually defines a set of rules, executes the procedural system, and by examining the results attempts to infer what should be changed in the system definition in order to achieve the desired output. We present… CONTINUE READING
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