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Proceedings of the 1993 Conference on Graphics Interface

Fullname:Proceedings of the 1993 Conference on Graphics Interface
Location:Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Dates:1993-May-19 to 1993-May-21
Publisher:Canadian Information Processing Society
Standard No:ISBN 0-9695338-2-9; ISSN 0713-5424; hcibib: GI93
Links:Conference Series Home Page
Constructing physics-based facial models of individuals BIB 1-8
  Yuencheng Lee; Demetri Terzopoulos; Keith Waters
Straight line walking animation based on kinematic generalization that preserves the original characteristics BIB 9-16
  Hyeongseok Ko; Norman I. Badler
Interactive animation of personalized human locomotion BIB 17-23
  Armin Bruderlin; Tom Calvert
Orientation interpolation in quaternion space using spherical biarcs BIB 24-32
  Wenping Wang; Barry Joe
Low degree approximation of surfaces for revolved objects BIB 33-41
  Chandrajit L. Bajaj; Imsung Ihm
Projective reparameterizations of rational Bézier simplices BIB 42-50
  Michael McCool
Knowledge based design of 3D graphics and virtual worlds BIB 51-52
  Steven Feiner
A ray tracing accelerator based on a hierarchy of 1D sorted lists BIB 53-61
  Alain Fournier; Pierre Poulin
Random-edge discrepancy of supersampling patterns BIB 62-69
  David P. Dobkin; Don P. Mitchell
Ray tracing with adaptive supersampling in object space BIB 70-77
  Jon Genetti; Dan Gordon
An adaptive discretization method for progressive radiosity BIB 78-86
  Paul Lalonde
Comparing fisheye and full-zoom techniques for navigation of hierarchically clustered networks BIB 87-96
  Doug Schaffer; Zhengping Zou; Lyn Bartram; John Dill; Shelli Dubs; Saul Greenberg; Mark Roseman
Investigating the effectiveness of direct manipulation of 3D B-spline curves using the shape-matching paradigm BIB 97-106
  Stanley Jang; Kellogg S. Booth; David R. Forsey; Peter Graf
Harnessing preattentive processes for multivariate data visualization BIB 107-117
  Christopher G. Healey; Kellogg S. Booth; James T. Enns
Automated presentation planning of animation using task decomposition with heuristic reasoning BIB 118-127
  Peter Karp; Steven Feiner
Modelling and visualization of biological structures BIB 128-137
  Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz
Supporting numerical computations in interactive contexts BIB 138-145
  Michael Gleicher; Andrew Witkin
A window architecture providing predictable temporal performance BIB 146-154
  Philippe F. Bertrand; William Cowan; Marceli Wein
A simple, flexible, parallel graphics architecture BIB 155-160
  John Amanatides; Edward Szurkowski
Image representation using finite state automata BIB 161
  Charles Quenneville; Jean Meunier
Relative effectiveness of virtual environment desensitization and imaginal desensitization in the treatment of acrophobia BIB 162
  James S. Williford; Larry F. Hodges; Max M. North; Sarah M. North
Sarah: An information exploration and visualization interface for direct manipulation of databases BIB 163
  Max M. North; Sarah M. North
ls-x: An information visualization tool for attributes presentation of objects BIB 164
  Sarah M. North; Max M. North
An adaptable user interface for tolerating naive users' error behavior: A prototype design and an empirical study BIB 165
  Max M. North; Sarah M. North
Conservative visibility preprocessing for efficient walkthroughs of 3D scenes BIB 166-173
  Harry Plantinga
A fractal model of mountains and rivers BIB 174-180
  Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz; Mark Hammel
Constructing good partition trees BIB 181-191
  Bruce Naylor
Multi-resolution surface approximation for animation BIB 192-200
  David R. Forsey; Lifeng Weng
Interactive control of interpolations for animation and modeling BIB 201-208
  Gabriel Hanotaux; Bernard Péroche
The use of relations for motion control in an environment with multiple moving objects BIB 209-218
  Hanqiu Sun; Mark Green
Making virtual reality more real: Experience with the virtual portal BIB 219-226
  Michael F. Deering
Geometric simplification for indirect illumination calculations BIB 227-236
  Holly Rushmeier; Charles Patterson; Aravindan Veerasamy
Computing illumination from area light sources by approximate contour integration BIB 237-244
  Christophe Vedel
Spatially nonuniform scaling functions for high contrast images BIB 245-253
  K. Chiu; M. Herf; P. Shirley; S. Swamy; C. Wang; K. Zimmerman
Common illumination between real and computer generated scenes BIB 254-262
  Alain Fournier; Atjeng S. Gunawan; Chris Romanzin