Status report of the graphic standards planning committee

  title={Status report of the graphic standards planning committee},
  author={Computer Graphics staff},
Personal computer networks and graphical animation: Rationale and practice for education
Examination of how progress in computer hardware and software may be applied to solve several serious problems in teaching computer science courses discusses what changes in pedagogy will be needed to make such technology usable on a wide-scale. Expand
Whither Device Independence in Interactive Graphics?
  • J. Bos
  • Computer Science
  • Int. J. Man Mach. Stud.
  • 1983
A different approach, based on input- Output abstractions, is shown to combine a large amount of device independence with flexible adaptation to a varying input-output environment. Expand
The construction of operator interfaces based on logical input devices
  • G. Pfaff
  • Computer Science
  • Acta Informatica
  • 2004
This report shows how to provide logical input devices to a dialogue component on the one hand, and how to map them to the physical interface in controlled and flexible ways on the other hand. Expand
3D Iris Recognition using Spin Images
The results indicate that using the proposed method is more effective than alternative methods, such as Dougman's iris code, point-to-point distance between the 3D models, the3D rubber sheet model, and CNN-based methods. Expand
A Bibliography of Graphics in TEX
A system for directional drilling of boreholes into the earth under control of the driller at the surface, employing a rotating earth drill including a projectile firing mechanism, that is timed toExpand
How To Use Them
The GKS Input Facilities and How To Use Them David S. H. Rosenthal The input facilities of GKS, the draft intem~tional standard for 2-D graphics software, are presented from an applicationExpand
Real-time rendering systems in 2010
We present a case for future real-time rendering systems that support non-physically-correct global illumination techniques by using ray tracing visibility algorithms, by integrating scene managementExpand
Color in information display principles, perception, and models
  • M. Stone
  • Computer Science
  • SIGGRAPH '04
  • 2004
This course will survey the topics that support the algorithmic application of color that is robust and effective, if still not "inspired" and include an overview of some relevant research, including automatic generation of color scales, algorithms for mapping names to colors, models for color blindness, and computational models forcolor appearance. Expand
Computer Graphics for Federal Planning in West-Germany
To satisfy the cartographic requirements for spatial analysis, planning and forecast on the federal level in West Germany the Federal Research Institute for Regional Geography and Regional PlanningExpand
25 Years of T E X and METAFONT: Looking Back and Looking Forward: TUG'2003 Keynote Address
The history of TEX and METAFONT is reviewed, how they have come to be used in practice, and what their impact has been on document markup, the Internet, and publishing. Expand