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基本信息:

授课地点大连理工大学研究生教育大楼5层多媒体教室

授课时间2008年8月25日-8月29日

住宿信息:

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大连理工大学后勤宾馆(大连市甘井子区凌工路2号)
http://houqin.dlut.edu.cn/ReceptionCenter/Index/index.aspx

一部总服务台:0411-84708210,即大连理工大学校部西山后勤公寓
二部总服务台:0411-62915666,即大连市甘井子区大工路新新园2号(大工北门附近)
三部总服务台:0411-84706068,即大连市甘井子区大工路新新园1号

2008年4月标准间:130元/间;三人间35元/床;四人间30元/床。
往年8月底的房价约160-200元/间,目前暂时无法确定2008年8月的具体房价。

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大连理工大学国际会议中心(大连市甘井子区凌工路2号(理工大学南门) )
http://hotel.dlut.edu.cn/meetings.asp

订房电话:+86-411-84708888-03
2008年4月前楼标准间348元,预计2008年8月底房价为368元
2008年4月后楼(专家楼)标准间200元,预计2008年8月底房价为298元;

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特别提醒:
受奥运会和大连旅游旺季的影响,
2008年8月底龙星课程期间,各宾馆的房价会有所调整。
同时各大小宾馆都非常紧张,提醒大家及早与各宾馆联系,根据宾馆的规定预定房间。

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大连理工大学校内地图:
http://www.dlut.edu.cn/sub/campus_map.html

交通信息:

自火车站,在青泥洼桥乘901路,到大工北门下
自火车站,乘出租车到大连理工大学北门约28元
自国际机场:乘出租车到大连理工大学北门约30元


《高等图形学和可视化》课程简介

 

ADVANCED GRAPHICS AND

VISUALIZATION: THEORY, ALGORITHMS, and APPLICATIONS

Hong Qin Professor

Department of Computer Science, State

University of New York at Stony Brook

SYNOPSIS:

This advanced visual computing course takes a unified approach to various visual computing fields such as interactive graphics, scientific visualization, computer-aided geometric design, biomedical imaging, vision, human-computer interface, and virtual environment. This course will focus on mathematical concepts and theory, fundamental algorithms, geometric and visual modeling techniques, and a large variety of applications, that are relevant to graphics, visualization, and other visual computing areas. The course will also explore research topics centered on geometric and visual modeling, shape representation and manipulation, modeling and reconstruction for scientific data, physics-based simulation and deformation, and associated computational methods for tackling theoretical and practical problems in widespread areas of visual computing. The goal is to provide graduate students and junior faculty members (in computer science and engineering) a comprehensive knowledge on geometric and physics-based computation and demonstrate the significance of these mathematical tools and geometric algorithms in graphics and relevant areas. The specific emphasis will be on: theory of parametric and implicit representations, modeling methods of curves, surfaces, and solids, subdivision theory and algorithms, differential geometry fundamentals, rudiments of wavelet theory and multi-resolution shape representations, geometric design and solid modeling, deformable models based on mathematical physics, variational  analysis, optimization methods, numerical simulation with finite-difference and finite-element algorithms, differential equations for initial-value and boundary-value problems, force-driven interaction with constraints, dynamic sculpting system, and other sophisticated topics and latest advances in the field of visual computing and its widespread applications. If time permits, this course will also try to cover the latest advances and various research topics in the aforementioned fields.

 

PREREQUISITES:

Mathematical skills: calculus, linear algebra, analytic geometry.

Computer Science background: programming skills, graphics/visualization courses at undergraduate or graduate level (or other equivalent courses).

MAJOR TOPICS:

Geometric and Solid Modeling, Shape Representation and Manipulation Interactive Graphics, Scientific Visualization, and Virtual Environments Physics-Based Modeling and Deformable Models Interactive and Dynamic Geometric Design Mathematical Tools for Data Modeling, Deformation, and Reconstruction Computational Techniques for Simulation and Analysis Visual Computing Applications and Advanced Research Topics

REFERENCES and LECTURING:

There are NO particular textbooks for this course because it is an advanced graduate course! The majority of the course material will come from research papers and relevant reference books. Numerous slides and video tapes will be shown. Students are advised to attend the class and follow the lecturing notes closely! (Note that, class attendance is critical!)  PAPER RESOURCES: Relevant journals and conferences' proceedings are primary resources. Typical journals relevant to this course include, but are not limited to, ACM TOG, IEEE  TVCG, IEEE CG & A, CAD, CAGD, Graphical Models, The Visual Computer, Computer Graphics Forum, IEEE PAMI, IJCV,  IEEE Transactions on Modeling Imaging, etc. Major conferences include ACM Siggraph, IEEE Visualization, Eurographics, Pacific Graphics, Graphics Interface, Solid Modeling, Shape Modeling, ACM I3D Symposium, ICCV, CVPR, etc.

REFERENCE BOOKS:

Curves and Surfaces for Computer Aided Geometric Design: A Practical Guide Fourth Edition, Gerald Farin, September 1996.

Geometric Modeling, Second Edition, Michael E. Mortenson, John Wiley & Sons, January 1997.

Computer Graphics, Hearn and Baker, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, 1997.

Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice, James D. Foley, Andries van Dam, Steven K. Feiner, and John F. Hughes. 2nd edition, Addison, Wesley, 1990.

Geometric and Solid Modeling: An Introduction, C.M. Hoffmann Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc., San Mateo, CA, 1989.

Differential Geometry of Curves and Surfaces, M.P. do Carmo, Prentice--Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1976.

Introduction to Applied Mathematics, G. Strang, Wellesley Cambridge Press, 1986.

Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing, W.H. Press, B.P. Flannery, S.A. Teukolsky, and W.T. Vetterling, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, 1986.

Computer Graphics, Hearn and Baker, 2nd edition, Prentice Hall, 1997.