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Shape Modeling and Applications, International Conference on (2002)
Banff, Canada
May 17, 2002 to May 22, 2002
ISBN: 0-7695-1546-0
pp: 35
As a general approach to procedural mesh definition we propose two mechanisms for mesh modification: generalized subdivision and rule based mesh growing. In standard subdivision, a specific subdivision rule is applied to a mesh to get a succession of meshes converging to a limit surface. A generalized approach allows different subdivision rules a each level of the subdivision process. By limiting he variations introduced at each level, convergence can be ensured; however in a number of cases it may be of advantage to exploit the expressivity of different subdivision steps a each level, without imposing any limits. Rule based mesh growing is an extension of L-systems to no only work on symbols, but connected symbols, representing faces in a mesh. This mechanism allows he controlled introduction of more complex geometry in places where it is needed to model fine details. Using both these mechanisms in combination we demonstrate, hat a great variety of complex objects can be easily modeled and compactly represented.
Robert F. Tobler, Stefan Maierhofer, Alexander Wilkie, "A Multiresolution Mesh Generation Approach for Procedural Definition of Complex Geometry", Shape Modeling and Applications, International Conference on, vol. 00, no. , pp. 35, 2002, doi:10.1109/SMA.2002.1003526
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