• A compact representation for 3D animation using octrees and affine transformation 

    Wang, Youyou, 1983- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
    We present a new and compact 3D representation for non-rigid objects using motion vectors between two consecutive frames. Our method relies on an Octree to recursively partition the object into smaller parts. Each part is ...
  • Data-driven 3D shape modeling 

    Xi, Yongjian, 1971- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2010)
    3D shape modeling is essential for computer to understand our real world. So far, 3D shaping modeling is still an open issue. There are too much raw data around, but there is no uniform or standard way to translate them ...
  • Real-time visualization of massive imagery and volumetric datasets 

    Roth, Ian Joseph (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    The visualization of extremely large multi-dimensional datasets requires highly scalable geometric algorithms. We consider an algorithm to be scalable if its complexity remains constant independent of the size of the ...
  • Visualizing biochemical networks with Netview 

    Chikkabel, Archana (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    Networks are modelled as graphs and are represented visually using graph-drawing algorithms. Visualization of such big networks help biologists understand them. In this paper, we present a Java 3d-based visualization toolkit ...