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A NEW MODELING PIPELINE FOR PHYSICS-BASED TOPOLOGICAL DISCONTINUITIES: THE DYNAME PROCESS

Abstract : This work introduces a new modeling/simulation pipeline for handling topological discontinuities as they appear in fracturing, tearing or cracking phenomena. This pipeline combines, in a cascade (1) physics-based particle modeling, which enables a wide variety of temporal phenomena, including physics state changes; (2) explicit topological modeling, which makes it possible to manage a wide variety of shape-independent topologies and robust topological transformations; and, in between, free, non predetermined association, enabling topological transformations all along the animation under control of the point-based movement produced by the physics-based model.
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Annie Luciani, Nicolas Castagné, Philippe Meseure, Xavier Skapin, Saman Kalantari, et al.. A NEW MODELING PIPELINE FOR PHYSICS-BASED TOPOLOGICAL DISCONTINUITIES: THE DYNAME PROCESS. 12th International Symposium on Smart Graphics, Aug 2014, Tapeï, Taiwan. pp.178-181. ⟨hal-01092814⟩

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