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authors Quarendon, P. and Woodwark, J.R.
year 1987
title Three-Dimensional Models for Computer Graphics
source [2] 17 p. : col. ill. Winchester, UK: IBM UK Scientific Center, May, 1987. IBM UKSC Report 158. includes bibliography
summary The various object models which are in use for generating computer graphics are reviewed and some of their advantages and disadvantages discussed. In particular, methods of overcoming the apparently unpromising performance characteristics of set-theoretic solid models are described. A number of examples are given showing the use of set- theoretic models in graphics applications. It is concluded that, while these models were developed for computer-aided design, they will have increasing use in computer graphics
keywords geometric modeling, methods, performance, evaluation, solid modeling,boolean operations, computer graphics, B- rep
series CADline
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