Space-Time Bounds for Collision Detection

@inproceedings{UniversityProvidence1993SpaceTimeBF,
  title={Space-Time Bounds for Collision Detection},
  author={Brown UniversityProvidence},
  year={1993}
}
  • Brown UniversityProvidence
  • Published 1993
Collision detection and response is an important but costly component of computer animation. We identify three basic reasons why collision-detection algorithms can be slow. We present a new collision-detection algorithm that directly addresses two of these problems and that prepares us for future work on the third. Our algorithm is based on a four-dimensional structure that puts a conservative bound on motion through time, even if that motion is speciied interactively by a user. The empirical… CONTINUE READING

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