Parameter-controlled skeletonization: a framework for volume graphics

@inproceedings{Gagvani2001ParametercontrolledSA,
  title={Parameter-controlled skeletonization: a framework for volume graphics},
  author={Nikhil Gagvani and Deborah Silver},
  year={2001}
}
OF THE THESIS Parameter-Controlled Skeletonization – A Framework for Volume Graphics by Nikhil Gagvani Thesis Director: Professor D. Silver Computer graphics models are typically represented as a collection of polygons or spline patches. Such models only describe the geometry and attributes for the surface of the objects which they represent. Since these models are hollow, interactions which break or deform an object require special consideration. Various natural phenomena like clouds, smoke… CONTINUE READING

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