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Issue No.05 - September (1996 vol.16)
pp: 28-41
This survey presents an up-to-date overview of cloth modeling in computer graphics. The techniques are classified into three categories according to the nature of the main theory or method used in each technique. Each technique is examined and particular attention has been paid to the main method used and the computing time. At the end of the survey, a table summarizing the main features in given. To conclude, the different goals in the textile engineering and the computer graphics field are highlighted and recommendations for future work are given.
Cloth modeling, survey
Hing N. Ng, Richard L. Grimsdale, "Computer Graphics Techniques for Modeling Cloth", IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol.16, no. 5, pp. 28-41, September 1996, doi:10.1109/38.536273
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