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Complex Skeletal Implicit Surfaces with Levels of Detail

Abstract : Recent research has demonstrated the effectiveness of complex skeletal primitives such as subdivision curves and surfaces in implicit surface modeling. This paper presents a hierarchichal modeling system with an automatic levels of detail management for a simpler modeling with an accelerated rendering. We manage levels of detail with smooth transitions and tree optimizations speeding up visualization by an order of magnitude, which allows an interactive editing of the shapes.
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Aurélien Barbier Accary, Eric Galin, Samir Akkouche. Complex Skeletal Implicit Surfaces with Levels of Detail. Journal of WSCG 12(1), Jan 2004, Plzen, Czech Republic. pp.35-42. ⟨hal-01581621⟩



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