Making radiosity usable: automatic preprocessing and meshing techniques for the generation of accurate radiosity solutions

@inproceedings{Baum1991MakingRU,
  title={Making radiosity usable: automatic preprocessing and meshing techniques for the generation of accurate radiosity solutions},
  author={Daniel R. Baum and Stephen Mann and Kevin P. Smith and James M. Winget},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH},
  year={1991}
}
Generating accurate radiosity solutions of real world environments is user-intensive and requires significant knowledge of the method. As a result, few end-users such as architects and designers use it. The output of most commercial modeling packages must be substantially "cleaned up" to satisfy the geometrical and topological criteria imposed by radiosity solution algorithms. Furthermore, the mesh used as the basis of the radiosity computation must meet several additional requirements for the… CONTINUE READING
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