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1st ed 
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1 online resource (889 pages) 

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computer c rdamedia 

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Cover  Title Page  Copyright  Dedication  Preface  Chapter 1: Basics  1.1 Graphics Pipeline  1.2 Mathematical Descriptions  1.3 Position  1.4 Distance  1.5 Complements and Details  1.6 Exercises  Chapter 2: Vector Algebra  2.1 Basic Vector Characteristics  2.2 Two Important Products  2.3 Complements and Details  2.4 Exercises  Chapter 3: Vector Geometry  3.1 Lines and Planes  3.2 Distances  3.3 Angles  3.4 Intersections  3.5 Additional Key Applications  3.6 Homogeneous Coordinates  3.7 Complements and Details  3.8 Exercises  Chapter 4: Transformations  4.1 Types of Transformations  4.2 Linear Transformations  4.3 Three Dimensions  4.4 Affine Transformations  4.5 Complements and Details  4.6 Exercises  Chapter 5: Orientation  5.1 Cartesian Coordinate Systems  5.2 Cameras  5.3 Other Coordinate Systems  5.4 Complements and Details  5.5 Exercises  Chapter 6: Polygons and Polyhedra  6.1 Triangles  6.2 Polygons  6.3 Polyhedra  6.4 Complements and Details  6.5 Exercises  Chapter 7: Curves and Surfaces  7.1 Curve Descriptions  7.2 Bézier Curves  7.3 Bsplines  7.4 Nurbs  7.5 Surfaces  7.6 Complements and Details  7.7 Exercises  Chapter 8: Visibility  8.1 Viewing  8.2 Perspective Transformation  8.3 Hidden Surfaces  8.4 Ray Tracing  8.5 Complements and Details  8.6 Exercises  Chapter 9: Lighting  9.1 Color Coordinates  9.2 Elementary Lighting Models  9.3 Global Illumination  9.4 Textures  9.5 Complements and Details  9.6 Exercises  Chapter 10: Other Paradigms  10.1 Pixels  10.2 Noise  10.3 LSystems  10.4 Exercises  Appendix A: Geometry and Trigonometry  A.1 Triangles  A.2 Angles  A.3 Trigonometric Functions  Appendix B: Linear Algebra  B.1 Systems of Linear Equations  B.2 Matrix Properties 

B.3 Vector Spaces  References  Index  End User License Agreement 

A comprehensive exploration of the mathematics behind the modeling and rendering of computer graphics scenes Mathematical Structures for Computer Graphics presents an accessible and intuitive approach to the mathematical ideas and techniques necessary for two and threedimensional computer graphics. Focusing on the significant mathematical results, the book establishes key algorithms used to build complex graphics scenes. Written for readers with various levels of mathematical background, the book develops a solid foundation for graphics techniques and fills in relevant graphics details often overlooked in the literature. Rather than use a rigid theorem/proof approach, the book provides a flexible discussion that moves from vector geometry through transformations, curve modeling, visibility, and lighting models. Mathematical Structures for Computer Graphics also includes: Numerous examples of two and threedimensional techniques along with numerical calculations Plenty of mathematical and programming exercises in each chapter, which are designed particularly for graphics tasks Additional details at the end of each chapter covering historical notes, further calculations, and connected concepts for readers who wish to delve deeper Unique coverage of topics such as calculations with homogeneous coordinates, computational geometry for polygons, use of barycentric coordinates, various descriptions for curves, and Lsystem techniques for recursive images Mathematical Structures for Computer Graphics is an excellent textbook for undergraduate courses in computer science, mathematics, and engineering, as well as an ideal reference for practicing engineers, researchers, and professionals in computer graphics fields. The book is also useful for those readers who wish to understand algorithms for producing their own interesting computer images 

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries 
Link 
Print version: Janke, Steven J. Mathematical Structures for Computer Graphics
New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014 9781118712191

Subject 
Computer graphics  Mathematics.;Threedimensional imaging  Mathematics


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