Geometric Modelling

Semestr: Winter

Range: 14+4c

Completion:

Credits: 4

Programme type: Undefined

Study form: Parttime

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Summary:

Students will be acquanted with fundamentals of geometric modelling, visualization techniques and principles of information visualization. Various methods for object description are discussed both from geometric and topological points of view. Very important part of the course are methods for scientific visualization. Besides methods suitable for technical applications also methods for information visualization are discussed.

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Course syllabus:

1. Methods for solid representation
2. Specific properties of individual methods
3. Correctness of representations
4. Topological properties of solids
5. Operations over solids, local operations
6. Conversion of representations
7. Modification of solid representations (LOD. Mesh decimation)
8. Formal methods for solid description (algebraic, constraint based)
9. Methods for 2D data visualization
10. Methods for 3D data visualization
11. Methods for visualization of dynamic systems
12. Volume graphics
13. Volume rendering
14. Information visualization

Seminar syllabus:

1. Projects specification
2. Projects specification
3. Consultations to projects
4. Consultations to projects
5. Consultations to projects
6. Presentation of designed solution
7. Consultations to projects
8. Consultations to projects
9. Presentation of partial solution
10. Consultation to projects
11. Consultations to projects
12. Presentations of solutions
13. Presentations of solutions
14. Crediting

Literature:

1. Foley,J., van Dam,A. et al.: Computer Graphics - Principles and Practice, Addison Wesley, 1990
2. Salomon,D.: Computer graphics & Geometric Modeling, Springer 1998

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