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2013

2013

In this paper, a new subdivision scheme for Polar embedded Catmull-Clark mesh structure is presented. The ripple effect commonly… Expand

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2012

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2012

We present a novel method for high-performance GPU-based rendering of Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces. Unlike previous methods… Expand

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2011

2011

For Catmull-Clark subdivision surface with boundary,this paper gives computation formula for limiting point and its corresponding… Expand

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2010

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2010

We present a volumetric iso‐geometric finite element analysis based on Catmull‐Clark solids. This concept allows one to use the… Expand

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2008

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2008

We present a simple and computationally efficient algorithm for approximating Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces using a minimal… Expand

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2008

2008

We introduce a scheme for constructing a Catmull‐Clark subdivision surface that interpolates the vertices of a quadrilateral mesh… Expand

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2002

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2002

Using subdivision as a basic primitive for the construction of arbitrary topology, smooth, free-form surfaces is attractive for… Expand

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1998

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1998

In this paper we disprove the belief widespread within the computer graphics community that Catmull-Clark subdivision surfaces… Expand

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1998

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1998

Recursive subdivision schemes have been extensively used in computer graphics, computer-aided geometric design, and scientific… Expand

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1993

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1993

We describe an e‐cient method for constructing a smooth surface that interpolates the vertices of a mesh of arbitrary topological… Expand

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