Geometric Modeling and Processing - GMP 2006 [electronic resource] : 4th International Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, July 26-28, 2006. Proceedings / edited by Myung-Soo Kim, Kenji Shimada.Material type: TextLanguage: English Series: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 4077Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2006Description: XVI, 696 p. Also available online. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540368656Subject(s): Computer science | Computational complexity | Computer simulation | Computer vision | Computer graphics | Optical pattern recognition | Computer Science | Computer Imaging, Vision, Pattern Recognition and Graphics | Computer Graphics | Simulation and Modeling | Mathematical Logic and Formal Languages | Pattern Recognition | Discrete Mathematics in Computer ScienceAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 006.6 LOC classification: T385TA1637-1638TK7882.P3Online resources: Click here to access online
Shape Reconstruction -- Automatic Extraction of Surface Structures in Digital Shape Reconstruction -- Ensembles for Normal and Surface Reconstructions -- Adaptive Fourier-Based Surface Reconstruction -- Curves and Surfaces I -- Least–Squares Approximation by Pythagorean Hodograph Spline Curves Via an Evolution Process -- Geometric Accuracy Analysis for Discrete Surface Approximation -- Quadric Surface Extraction by Variational Shape Approximation -- Geometric Processing I -- Tracking Point-Curve Critical Distances -- Theoretically Based Robust Algorithms for Tracking Intersection Curves of Two Deforming Parametric Surfaces -- Subdivision Termination Criteria in Subdivision Multivariate Solvers -- Towards Unsupervised Segmentation of Semi-rigid Low-Resolution Molecular Surfaces -- Curves and Surfaces II -- Piecewise Developable Surface Approximation of General NURBS Surfaces, with Global Error Bounds -- Efficient Piecewise Linear Approximation of Bézier Curves with Improved Sharp Error Bound -- Approximate ?-Bases of Rational Curves and Surfaces -- Shape Deformation -- Inverse Adaptation of Hex-dominant Mesh for Large Deformation Finite Element Analysis -- Preserving Form-Features in Interactive Mesh Deformation -- Surface Creation and Curve Deformations Between Two Complex Closed Spatial Spline Curves -- Shape Description -- Computing a Family of Skeletons of Volumetric Models for Shape Description -- Representing Topological Structures Using Cell-Chains -- Constructing Regularity Feature Trees for Solid Models -- Insight for Practical Subdivision Modeling with Discrete Gauss-Bonnet Theorem -- Shape Recognition -- Shape-Based Retrieval of Articulated 3D Models Using Spectral Embedding -- Separated Medial Surface Extraction from CT Data of Machine Parts -- Two-Dimensional Selections for Feature-Based Data Exchange -- Geometric Modeling -- Geometric Modeling of Nano Structures with Periodic Surfaces -- Minimal Mean-Curvature-Variation Surfaces and Their Applications in Surface Modeling -- Parametric Design Method for Shapes with Aesthetic Free-Form Surfaces -- Curves and Surfaces III -- Control Point Removal Algorithm for T-Spline Surfaces -- Shape Representations with Blossoms and Buds -- Manifold T-Spline -- Subdivision Surfaces -- Composite Subdivision Surfaces -- Tuned Ternary Quad Subdivision -- Geometric Processing II -- Simultaneous Precise Solutions to the Visibility Problem of Sculptured Models -- Density-Controlled Sampling of Parametric Surfaces Using Adaptive Space-Filling Curves -- Engineering Applications -- Verification of Engineering Models Based on Bipartite Graph Matching for Inspection Applications -- A Step Towards Automated Design of Side Actions in Injection Molding of Complex Parts -- Finding All Undercut-Free Parting Directions for Extrusions -- Short Papers -- Robust Three-Dimensional Registration of Range Images Using a New Genetic Algorithm -- Geometrical Mesh Improvement Properties of Delaunay Terminal Edge Refinement -- Matrix Based Subdivision Depth Computation for Extra-Ordinary Catmull-Clark Subdivision Surface Patches -- Hierarchically Partitioned Implicit Surfaces for Interpolating Large Point Set Models -- A New Class of Non-stationary Interpolatory Subdivision Schemes Based on Exponential Polynomials -- Detection of Closed Sharp Feature Lines in Point Clouds for Reverse Engineering Applications -- Feature Detection Using Curvature Maps and the Min-cut/Max-flow Algorithm -- Computation of Normals for Stationary Subdivision Surfaces -- Voxelization of Free-Form Solids Represented by Catmull-Clark Subdivision Surfaces -- Interactive Face-Replacements for Modeling Detailed Shapes -- Straightest Paths on Meshes by Cutting Planes -- 3D Facial Image Recognition Using a Nose Volume and Curvature Based Eigenface -- Surface Reconstruction for Efficient Colon Unfolding -- Spectral Sequencing Based on Graph Distance -- An Efficient Implementation of RBF-Based Progressive Point-Sampled Geometry -- Segmentation of Scanned Mesh into Analytic Surfaces Based on Robust Curvature Estimation and Region Growing -- Finding Mold-Piece Regions Using Computer Graphics Hardware -- A Method for FEA-Based Design of Heterogeneous Objects -- Time-Varying Volume Geometry Compression with 4D Lifting Wavelet Transform -- A Surface Displaced from a Manifold -- Smoothing of Meshes and Point Clouds Using Weighted Geometry-Aware Bases.
Thisbookcontainsthe proceedingsofGeometricModeling andProcessing2006, the fourth in a biennial international conference series on geometric modeling, simulationandcomputing, whichwasheldJuly26–28,2006inPittsburgh,USA. The previous conferences were in Hong Kong (2000), Tokyo (2002), and Beijing (2004). The next conference (GMP 2008) will be held in China. GMP 2006 received 84 paper submissions, covering various areas of geom- ric modeling and processing. Based on the recommendations of 114 reviewers, 36 regular papers were selected for conference presentation, and 21 short papers were accepted for poster presentation. The authors of these proceedings come from Austria, Belgium, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Greece, Indonesia, - rael, Japan, Korea, Lebanon, Singapore, the UK, and USA. We aregratefulto the authorswho submitted to GMP 2006and to the many dedicated reviewers. Their creativity and hard work substantially contributed to the technical program of the conference. We would also like to thank the members of the Program Committee for their strong support. We also wish to thank David Gossard, GMP2006 Conference Chair, and past GMP Program Co-chairs Shimin Hu, Ralph Martin, Helmut Pottmann, Hiromasa Suzuki, and Wenping Wang, whose current and previous work has helped to establish this conference as a major event in geometric modeling and processing. Further, we wish to thank the members of the Computer Integrated Engineering Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University, in particular Soji Yamakawa, for their invaluable assistance throughout the conference preparation. We gratefully acknowledge the ?nancial support of Carnegie Mellon Univ- sity. Finally, we wish to thank all conference participants for making GMP 2006 a success.