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  1. Projective Geometry and Its Applications to Computer Graphics by Michael A. Penna, Richard R. Patterson, 1986-01
  2. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 12th International Conference, DGCI 2005, Poitiers, France, April 11-13, 2005, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer ... Vision, Pattern Recognition, and Graphics)
  3. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 8th International Conference, DGCI'99, Marne-la-Vallee, France, March 17-19, 1999 Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  4. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 10th International Conference, DGCI 2002, Bordeaux, France, April 3-5, 2002. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  5. Computational Geometry and its Applications: CG '88 International Workshop on Computational Geometry Würzburg, FRG, March 24-25, 1988. Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  6. The Geometry of Computer Graphics (Wadsworth & Brooks/Cole Mathematics Series) by Walter F. Taylor, 1992-05
  7. Computer-aided Surface Geometry and Design: The Mathematics of Surfaces IV (Institute of Mathematics and Its Applications Conference Series New Series)
  8. Computers in Geometry and Topology (Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Martin C. Tangora, 1989-01-06
  9. Discrete and Computational Geometry: Japanese Conference, JCDCG 2002, Tokyo, Japan, December 6-9, 2002, Revised Papers (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  10. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 13th International Conference, DGCI 2006, Szeged, Hungary, October 25-27, 2006, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer ... Vision, Pattern Recognition, and Graphics)
  11. Computer Vision -- ECCV 2006: 9th European Conference on Computer Vision, Graz, Austria, May 7-13, 2006, Proceedings, Part IV (Lecture Notes in Computer ... Vision, Pattern Recognition, and Graphics)
  12. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 11th International Conference, DGCI 2003, Naples, Italy, November 19-21, 2003, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  13. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 7th International Workshop, DGCI '97, Montpellier, France, December 3-5, 1997, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)
  14. Digital and Image Geometry: Advanced Lectures (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

41. E-Print Archive
The Los Alamos National Lab maintains a collections of eprints dealing with nonlinear phenomena and others.Category Science Technology Systems Science...... Intelligence; Computation and Language; Computational Complexity; Computational Engineering,Finance, and Science; Computational geometry; computer Science and e-Print archive
Automated e-print archives nlin math physics cs 13 Dec 2001 : Cumulative "What's New" pages. Note main site relocation.
Robots Beware: indiscriminate automated downloads from this site are not permitted
Nonlinear Sciences
Computer Science

42. Startseite (FR Informatik, Universität Des Saarlandes)
Department of computer Science. Areas of research include combinatorics, computational geometry, compilers for realtime embedded systems, formal modelling of circuits, computer architecture, description and planning logics, formal grammars, cryptography, and distributed algorithms.
Startseite Kurzdarstellung Studium Arbeitsgruppen ... Intern Startseite
© G. Hotz Informatik/Mathematik-Juniorstudium 25. April 2003: Einladung zur nächsten Absolventenfeier der Fakultät 14. Februar 2003: IBM Eclipse Innovation Award für Professor Andreas Zeller 10. Januar 2003: Höchstdotierter Deutscher Forschungspreis an Professor Hans-Peter Seidel ...
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43. Bath University - Department Of Computer Science
Department of computer Science. Research themes Computational algebra and geometry; HCI; Multimedia computing; Systems software engineering.

Undergraduate Students

Postgraduate Students

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Undergraduate Admissions
Designing for Society, HCI 2003
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44. Computer Algebra And Algebraic Geometry -- Achievements And Perspectives*
next up contents Next Contents Up Reports Contents. computer Algebraand Algebraic geometry Achievements and Perspectives*. GERT
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Geometry Achievements and Perspectives*
Fachbereich Mathematik
D - 67663 Kaiserslautern
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Date: February 9, 2000 De computer is niet de steen
maar de slijpsteen der wijzen.
(The computer is not the philosopher's stone
but the philosopher's whetstone.)
Hugo Battus, Rekenen op taal (1989)

45. Department Of Computer Science II
Department of computer Science II. Interests algorithms, computer vision and sound; computeraided geometry and symbolic computation; Internet technology and information systems; modelling and scientific computing.
News of CS2
Department of Computer Science II
Topics of research and teaching: algorithms, data structures, computer vision, image and signal processing, language synthesis, computer-aided geometry, symbolic computations, Internet technology, data bases, information systems, nonlinear modelling, scientific computing.
Head of the Department: prof. F. Ivanauskas
Address: 24 Naugarduko St., Vilnius, 2006 Lithuania
ph.: +370-2-336032, fax: +370-5-2151585
HP is depicted by the famous baroque instances of Lithuania

Projects for students
Students' corner Interesting things The Computer Science: "Computer science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes" E. W. Dijkstra Vilnius University Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, VU Hp designed by Algimantas Juozapavicius , assoc. prof. last updated: 30/04/2002

46. Beyond The Third Dimension Geometry, Beyond the Third Dimension geometry, computer Graphics, andHigher Dimensions (Scientific American Library Series).

47. CASA
computer Algebra Software for constructive Algebraic geometry. Designed for performing computations and reasoning about geometric objects in classical algebraic geometry, in particular affine and projective algebraic geometry over an algebraically closed field of characteristic 0.
CASA Computer Algebra System for Algebraic Geometry
CASA is a special-purpose system for computational algebra and constructive algebraic geometry. The system has been developed since 1990. CASA is the ongoing product of the Computer Algebra Group at the Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC-Linz), the University of Linz, Austria, under the direction of Prof. Winkler. The system is built on the kernel of the widely used computer algebra system Maple. Introduction Requirements, Distribution And Contact CASA: A Quick Tour What Is New ... Bibliography

48. Computer Software For Tiling
A Java version of Kali by Mark Phillips is also available from the geometry Center.This program will run on any computer with a Java capable web browser, such
Up: Tessellation Resources
Computer Software for Tiling
Compiled by Doris Schattschneider, Moravian College,
Tiling Software for Low-End Platforms
PlaneTiling Mathematica Package , by Xah Lee.
PlaneTiling is a graphics package for generating wallpaper designs, tilings, plane group symmetry illustrations, and contains general two dimensional graphics tools. Requires Mathematica version 3.x or 2.x.
The Geometer's Sketchpad , by Nicholas Jackiw, Key Curriculum Press, 1995.
Cabri Geometry II , by Jean-Marie Laborde and Frank Bellemain, IMAG-CNRS-UJF, 1994 (available from Texas Instruments).
Two interactive dynamic programs for Macintosh or PC with Windows that can be used to investigate symmetry of two-dimensional figures, construct polygons and tilings, and verify theorems about the properties of isometries.
Symmetry Studio , by Timothy Binkley, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992.
An interactive program for Macintosh that automatically generates symmetric rosette, border, or wallpaper designs from motifs freely drawn with the mouse. User specifies symmetry type and the program uses the chosen symmetry group to generate simultaneous copies of the motif as it is created freehand with the mouse.

49. McGill University School Of Computer Science
School of computer Science. Research groups focus on advanced compilers, architectures and programming systems, Java tools, artificial intelligence, database technology, computational geometry, mobile robotics, computer vision, software engineering, cryptography and quantum information.
Positions Available
Tenure Track Positions in Software Engineering

Tenure Track Position in Bioinformatics

Admissions and Program Information
Undergraduate Program
Graduate Program Diploma in Information Technology
News and Events
Research and Publications
Contact Information
Laurels ...
Trottier Building

School of Computer Science
McGill University 3480 University Street McConnell Eng. Bldg., Room 318 Montreal, Quebec, H3A 2A7 CANADA Phone: (514) 398-7071 Fax: (514) 398-3883 General Information: Website Maintainer: Most recently updated on Jan 15, 2002

50. Columbia University Department Of Computer Science: Lecture Series
Science Division http// In this talk I highlight thefruitful interaction between computational geometry and computer graphics by
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Thursday, February 27th
3:00 p.m.-CS Conference Room
Theory Reading Group
"Learning Juntas"

Rocco Servedio
Columbia CS Department
Wednesday, March 5th
11:00 a.m.-Interschool Lab
CVGC Distinguished Lecture
"Human Design: Building Computation around Human Networks"
Alex Pentland Media Lab - MIT Wednesday, March 5th 5:30 p.m.-Carleton Cafeteria Special Event "Undergraduate Townhall Meeting" Al Aho Columbia CS Department Faculty Candidate Colloquium Monday, February 10th - 11:00 a.m. Interschool Lab - 750 CEPSR Ray Shooting, Graphics Hardware, and More: A Personal Perspective on the Computational Geometry Computer Graphics Interaction Vladlen Koltun UC Berkeley Computer Science Division In this talk I highlight the fruitful interaction between computational geometry and computer graphics by presenting research that lies in the overlap of these fields. In the first part of the talk I discuss the problem of ray shooting. It arises from the ray tracing and radiosity rendering techniques in computer graphics, which require shooting a large number of rays in a 3-dimensional scene, and rely on a data structure that efficiently determines which scene object is first hit by a query ray. Although the heuristic data structures used for this purpose in practice usually perform well, their worst-case theoretical performance is disappointingly poor.

51. VXL Homepage
A collection of C++ libraries designed for computer vision research. Includes imaging, geometry, numerics, streaming I/O, basic templates, posix. VXL is written in ANSI/ISO C++ and is designed to be portable over many platforms.
The Homepage
C++ Libraries for Computer Vision Research and Implementation Contents: [Introduction] [Documentation] [Example code and images] [Download and install] ... [Bug reports]
Introduction: What is VXL?
VXL (the Vision- something -Libraries) is a collection of C++ libraries designed for computer vision research. It was created from TargetJr and the Image Understanding Environment (IUE) with the aim of making a lighter, faster and more consistent system. VXL is written in ANSI/ISO C++ and is designed to be portable over many platforms. The core libraries in VXL are:
  • vcl (C++ compatibility layer) : This library exists purely to make sure all standard C++ libraries are the same on all compilers. This means that all standard headers in VXL are preceded with the letters vcl_, so for example instead of including you would include and would use rather than in your code. vnl (numerics) : Numerical containers and algorithms, in particular vnl provides matrix and vector classes with operations for manipulating them, such as matrix decompositions. vil (imaging) : Loading, saving and manipulating images in many common file formats, including very large images.

52. Department Of Mathematics, IIT Bombay
Department of Mathematics. Courses at B.Tech, M.Tech, M.Sc and Ph.D level. Research areas Algebra and Combinatorics; Theoretical computer Science; Analysis Functional and Numerical Analysis; Topology and geometry; Numerical Analysis; Mechanics of Fluids; Mechanics of Solids; Statistics.
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
About the Department Academic Programs ICIWIM 2002 Admissions
People News Research and Development Resources and Services
Mathematics Association Seminars and Colloquia Conferences and Workshops XML based data collection system MathSciNet IIT Homepage Central Library ... Time and Weather in Mumbai Department of Mathematics Indian Institute of Tech., Bombay

53. Computer Graphics & Geometry : domain names, personal emails, url forwarding
The range of topics covered in the published in Russia
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54. Graph Drawing 2000
The symposium is a forum for researchers and practitioners working on all aspects of graph visualization and representation. The range of topics considered in graph drawing includes graph algorithms, graph theory, geometry, topology, visual languages, visual perception, information visualization, computerhuman interaction, and graphic design. Colonial Williamsburg (Virginia, USA) 2023 September 2000.
Colonial Williamsburg
(Virginia, USA)
September 20-23, 2000
Important News!
will be held in Vienna, Austria during September 23-26, 2001.
Check out the website!!
Workshop on Data Exchange Formats
was held on 20 Sept 2000.
The report is available here
- The GD 2000 Proceedings proceedings are in production, and will ship early in 20001 as Volume 1984 of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series.
  • Each person registered for GD2000 will automatically receive a copy of the proceedings.
    (We will update this site once we know they have shipped.)
  • The GD2000 Proceedings are available directly from Springer Verlag. If the previous link is not working for you (it sometimes gets confused) you can Search the Springer Verlag catalogue looking for ISBN '3-540-41554-8'.

55. Computer Science
Here a single hiddenline-removed sketch of an object is drawn, from which we canoften recover the 3D geometry of the computer Vision and Geometric Modelling.
This group is making important contributions to the reverse engineering of solid shapes, image processing and industrial inspection. In his recent research, Marshall has undertaken work on the eigenanalysis of images and video data. At a fundamental level the work has developed new techniques that make such analysis more computationally tractable by allowing eigenspace models to be incrementally assembled. This enables models to be created on machines with normal memory sizes, whereas traditional batch eigenspace models may incur vast memory overheads. The techniques lend themselves to incremental learning applications. They are also used to track animated models of people in video sequences with application to gait and action analysis. A novel system has been built based on hierarchical eigenanalysis, in which models of 3D dynamics of people can be assembled from single video images after the system has been trained on 3D (multiple camera) data. Batchelor is engaged in pioneering systems engineering work on developing intelligent machine vision systems for industrial inspection. A primary aim is to make machine vision more accessible to the end user. Industry funds this research through technology transfer projects, such as metal can defect detection (USC), and counting bacterial growth (3M). He developed advanced image analysis software in the EU funded TriAXIS project on 3D X-ray inspection of multi-container packaged food products. The Royal Academy of Engineering funded his secondment to Tectonic International in 2000-01 to work on on-line inspection of printed webs.

56. R.Mukundan::Java Applets Center
Illustration computer graphics algorithms, computer vision algorithms, computational geometry algorithms, data structures and algorithms.
R. Mukundan
Welcome to Java Applets Center!
The applets included under the following catagories are intended to demonstrate the working of some of the fundamental algorithms in the respective areas. It is hoped that the applets would serve as useful tools in providing a better understanding and visualization of the core principles behind these algorithms. Your comments and suggestions for further improvements are most welcome. Click on the topic of your interest below. Computer Graphics Algorithms: Color Models, 2D and 3D Transformations, Primitive Drawing Algorithms, Splines, and Projections. Also included is a cool Java Robot! Computer Vision Algorithms Effects of Quantization and Resolution, Thinning Algorithm, and Boundary Following Algorithm, Component Labeling Algorithm. Computational Geometry Algorithms Algorithms to generate Convex Hulls. Data Structures and Algorithms Sorting Algorithms, Searching Algorithms, Basic operations on Lists, Stacks, and Queues, Tree Traversal Algorithms and Graph Traversal Algorithms. Also included are the Tower of Hanoi and the N-Queens Problem. Theory of Computing Examples of Finite Automata.

57. Computational Geometry Bibliographies
Keith Price's Annotated computer Vision Bibliography includes several2d and a few 3d computational geometry references. Slightly
Computational Geometry
Items marked should be of particular interest to computational geometers. Items marked have recently appeared or changed. I guess this is the best place to mention Janice Walker's MLA-Style Citation Format for Electronic Resources , which describes citation formats for PostScript preprints, mailing list messages, Web pages, and so forth, in a style consistent with the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers
The Geometry Literature Database
The Geometry Literature Database is a BibT E X database of papers in computational geometry, maintained as a collective effort by members of the computational geometry community, under the gentle supervision of Bill Jones at the University of Saskatchewan. Bill releases revisions of the database three times a year. The most recent revision was released on December 8, 1998 . It contains entries and requires just under 4 Mb of disk space. Bill's announcement of the latest release has more details.

58. Computational Geometry Pages
Jeff Erickson's comprehensive directory of computational geometry resources, including bibliographies, Category Science Math geometry Computational geometry...... Geometric application areas; geometry and discrete mathematics; Theoreticalcomputer science; computer science in general. Research and Teaching.

Computational Geometry Pages
Welcome to the Computational Geometry Pages, a (hopefully) comprehensive directory of computational geometry resources both on and off the Internet. If there is something you'd like to see here, please send me email. Contributions and suggestions from the community are always welcome! Other essential computational geometry sites include Nina Amenta 's Directory of Computational Geometry Software 's CG Tribune (a newsletter with events and announcements), David Eppstein 's Geometry in Action (describing applications of computational geometry in the Real World), and the 's collection of computational geometry papers new recent current search ] moderated by Joe O'Rourke There are also several excellent Web pages devoted to theoretical computer science in general. See especially Suresh Venkatasubramanian 's Theoretical Computer Science on the Web and the ACM SIGACT home page
What's new? (07 Jan 1999)
General Resources
Research and Teaching

59. Menu Of Images By Thanos N. Stasinopoulos
computer processed photography surveying the relationship between look, see and imagine.
H i d d e n v i s i o n s
P h o t o G r a p h i c w o r k s b y T h a n o s N . S t a s i n o p o u l o s The works The digital images exhibited here come from photographs printed on plain paper through a scanner and a personal computer.
The original pictures come from a wide collection of abstract photographs with painting features created using only the camera lens, where common sights are transformed into apparently new forms, thus formulating a ' re-structured perception ' of reality.
Subjects are usually details chosen from the everyday environment, in which the alert eye can find creative possibilities, merely by adjusting the frame; the final picture has a totally different atmosphere than the real subject, which is often beyond recognition.
The original photos come from 35mm transparencies taken with a Nikon FE and assorted lenses. The electronic manipulation has generally been minimal, avoiding the temptation to over-use image processing software.
Each picture has been reproduced directly from the computer in 5, 10 or 20 numbered duplicates; the medium is Schoeller 200g paper measuring 42x30cm (16.5x11.7")

60. Beyond The Third Dimension Geometry, Computer Beyond the Third Dimension geometry, computer Graphics, andHigher Dimensions (Scientific American Library Series).

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