The Community for Technology Leaders
2013 International Conference on Cyberworlds (2006)
Lausanne, Switzerland
Nov. 28, 2006 to Nov. 29, 2006
ISBN: 0-7695-2671-3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
Invited Talks

Simulation of Fluid Dynamics and Interactions (Abstract)

Xuehui Liu , Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Enhua Wu , University of Macau, Macau; Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Hongbin Zhu , Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Youquan Liu , Ageia Technologies Inc.
pp. 3-11

Hybrid Function-Based Shape Modeling and Web Visualization (PDF)

Alexei Sourin , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
pp. 12-13
Session I: Mixed and Augmented Reality I

Integrating a Real-Time Captured Object into Mixed Reality (Abstract)

Peter F. Elzer , Technical University of Clausthal, Germany
Hua Chen , Technical University of Clausthal, Germany
Odej Kao , Berlin University of Technology (TU Berlin), Germany
pp. 17-24

Collaborative Mixed Reality Exposure Therapy (Abstract)

Stefan Mueller , University of Koblenz, Germany
Brian Dixon , University of Otago, New Zealand
Daniel Wickeroth , University of Otago, New Zealand; University of Koblenz, Germany
Holger Regenbrecht , University of Otago, New Zealand
pp. 25-32

A Volumetric Model-Based CNC Simulation and Monitoring System in Augmented Environments (Abstract)

S.K. Ong , National University of Singapore, Singapore
A.Y.C. Nee , National University of Singapore, Singapore
J. Zhang , National University of Singapore, Singapore
pp. 33-42
Session II: 3D Environments and Motion

Automatic Composition and Simulation System for Ballet Sequences (Abstract)

Takami Yasuda , Nagoya University, Japan
Shigeki Yokoi , Nagoya University, Japan
Asako Soga , Ryukoku University, Japan
Bin Umino , Toyo University, Japan
pp. 43-49

A Method for 3D-Scene Generation Using a Human-Like Language (Abstract)

Felix Ramos , Cinvestav del IPN, Mexico
Ivan Piza , Cinvestav del IPN, Mexico
Fabiel Zuniga , Cinvestav del IPN, Mexico
pp. 50-57

Camera Motion Control from a Java 3D Environment: Virtual Studio Application in Decorative Arts Museum Collections (Abstract)

Bernardo Uribe Mendoza , Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Alexander Pinzon , Universidad Nacional de Colombia
German Andres Ramos , Universidad Nacional de Colombia
William Santamaria , Universidad Nacional de Colombia
Luis Miguel Mendez , Universidad Nacional de Colombia
pp. 58-64
Session III: Business Applications

A New Method for Developing Business Applications: The Cellular Data System (Abstract)

Tosiyasu L. Kunii , Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
Yoichi Seki , Software Consultant, Japan
Toshio Kodama , Maeda Corporation, Japan
pp. 65-74

The Nature of the Cyber Firm-2006: Building An Affordance Architecture (Abstract)

Ravindra Dastikop , SDM College of Engineering & Technology, India
pp. 75-77
Session IV: Geospatial, Terrain, and Hydrological Applications

Error Minimising Pipeline for Hi-Fidelity, Scalable Geospatial Simulation (Abstract)

Chris Thorne , The University of Western Australia, Australia
pp. 81

A Generic Model Framework for MOUT Simulations (Abstract)

Shang-Ping Ting , Defence Science & Technology Agency, Singapore
Suiping Zhou , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
pp. 89-92

An Enhancement of Reeb Graph for Modeling Hydrogeological Information (Abstract)

Rungwit Laichuthai , Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
Pizzanu Kanongchaiyos , Chulalongkorn University, Thailand
pp. 93-98
Session V: Collaborative and Distributed Virtual Environments

Concepts for Cooperative Knowledge Spaces in Mathematics and Natural Sciences (Abstract)

Sabina Jeschke , Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany
Sabine Cikic , Germany
Uwe Sinha , Germany
pp. 99-106

A Proposal of Dead Reckoning Protocol in Distributed Virtual Environment based on the Taylor Expansion (Abstract)

Tatsuhiro Yonekura , Ibaraki University, Japan
Dai Hanawa , Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
pp. 107-114

RTR-Trees for Space Robotics Behavior Simulation and Visualization (Abstract)

Sergey Fomin , Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology, Russia
Stanislav Klimenko , Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology, Russia
Dmitry Baigozin , Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology, Russia
Ilia Kazanski , Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology, Russia
Valery Afanasiev , Institute of Computing for Physics and Technology, Russia
pp. 115-122

Server Placement for Enhancing the Interactivity of Large-Scale Distributed Virtual Environments (Abstract)

Duong N.B. Ta , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Suiping Zhou , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
pp. 123-132
Session VI: Security and Watermarking

Agent Teams in Cyberspace: Security Guards in the Global Internet (Abstract)

Alexander Ulanov , St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation, Russia
Igor Kotenko , St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation, Russia
pp. 133-140

3D Multiple Digital Watermarking Framework for Joint-Creatorship Verification (Abstract)

Soyoung Bu , Institute for Graphics Interfaces, Korea
Misung Cho , Institute for Graphics Interfaces, Korea
Yuseung Sohn , Institute for Graphics Interfaces, Korea
pp. 141-146
Session VII: Search Engines and Visual Querying

Visual 3D Querying of Spatio-Temporal Data (Abstract)

Olga Sourina , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
pp. 147-156
Session VIII: Mixed and Augmented Reality II

A Framework for Multiple-View Product Representation Using Augmented Reality (Abstract)

A.Y.C. Nee , National University of Singapore, Singapore
Y. Shen , National University of Singapore, Singapore
S.K. Ong , National University of Singapore, Singapore
pp. 157-164

An Interactive Mixed Reality Framework for Virtual Humans (Abstract)

George Papagiannakis , University of Geneva, Switzerland
Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann , University of Geneva, Switzerland
Arjan Egges , University of Geneva, Switzerland
pp. 165-172

Implementation of Outdoor Mixed Reality Gaming on Mobile Devices (Abstract)

Tatsuhiro Yonekura , Ibaraki University, Japan
Masaru Kamada , Ibaraki University, Japan
Yoshimichi Sasaki , Ibaraki University, Japan
pp. 173-176

Multi-User Networked Interactive Augmented Reality Card Game (Abstract)

Moises Alencastre-Miranda , Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Estado de Mexico (ITESM-CEM), Virtual Environments and Robotics Laboratory (VERLAB), Mexico
Lourdes Munoz-Gomez , Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Estado de Mexico (ITESM-CEM), Virtual Environments and Robotics Laboratory (VERLAB), Mexico
Isaac Rudomin , Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Estado de Mexico (ITESM-CEM), Virtual Environments and Robotics Laboratory (VERLAB), Mexico
Marissa Diaz , Tecnologico de Monterrey - Campus Estado de Mexico (ITESM-CEM), Virtual Environments and Robotics Laboratory (VERLAB), Mexico
pp. 177-182
Session IX: Virtual Reality

The Red and Black Semantics: A Fuzzy Language (Abstract)

Gianluca Mura , Politecnico di Milano University, Italy
pp. 183-190

Standardized Virtual Reality, Are We There Yet? (Abstract)

Frederic Vexo , Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
Mario A. Gutierrez A. , ITESM Campus Toluca, Mexico
Daniel Thalmann , Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
pp. 191-197

Motivate Them to Communicate (Abstract)

Cyril Septseault , Virtual Reality European Center (CERV/ENIB), France
Dorin Mircea Popovici , OVIDIUS University of Constanta, Romania; Virtual Reality European Center (CERV/ENIB), France
Ronan Querrec , Virtual Reality European Center (CERV/ENIB), France
pp. 198-208
Session X: Modeling and Complexity

Research on Manufacturing Resource Discovery Based on Ontology and QoS in Manufacturing Grid (Abstract)

He Yu'an , Shanghai University, China; Shanghai Institute of Technology, China
Yu Tao , Shanghai University, China
Liu Lilan , Shanghai University, China
Sun Haiyang , Shanghai University, China
pp. 209-215

An Incrementally Modular Abstraction Hierarchy for Linear Software Development Methodology (Abstract)

Kenji Ohmori , Hosei University, Japan
Tosiyasu L. Kunii , Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan
pp. 216-223
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

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