Geometry.Net - the online learning center
Home  - Pure_And_Applied_Math - Modelling Bookstore
Page 8     141-160 of 194    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

         Modelling:     more books (100)
  1. Systems Modelling: Theory and Practice
  2. Modelling and Painting Figures (Modelling Manuals)

141. Links
Tutorials. Subdvision Head Model Boxmodelling of a female head,
Tutorials Subdvision Head Model
Boxmodelling of a female head page 1 / This tutorial will show you how I prefer to boxmodel and subdivide a stylized female head. This technique is best suited for those that prefer to see a rough representation of their models from the start or if they aren't neccesarily following a sketch, i.e. "freestyling". If you rather like the model poly-by-poly method I find the tutorial by Michel Roger invaluable. In fact it is one of the best tutorials I have seen on this subject (an English translation can be found at 3D total The idea of this tutorial is to create a head where all edges flow in the direction of muscles so expressions can be formed fairly simply for later animation. Basically this means having edges flow around the mouth and eyes. This tutorial was done in 3ds max 4 but the technique itself is usable across any 3D software that supports subdivisions / meshsmoothing. It assumes that your software also supports the selection and splitting of edgeloops and edgerings although traditional cutting will work too. It's just so damn much slower... Knowledge about the following is expected:
- Subdivision surfaces
- Edgeloop and Edgerings
- Quad polygons

142. IMA: Infectious Diseases
Cardiff University, Wales; 1113 September 2001.
Top Stories


Mathematics Conferences Publications
Interest Groups

Links to other sites

The Institute
About Us


Mathematics Today
Branches ... Contact Us Site Info Downloads Page reviewed: 11/09/01 Mathematical Modelling and Statistical Analysis of Infectious Diseases 11-13 September 2001 Cardiff University, UK This event will meet the requirements of the IMA Continuing Professional Development Scheme. IMA Conference Mathematical Modelling and Statistical Analysis of Infectious Diseases To be held at the School of Mathematics, Cardiff University 11 – 13 September 2001 Final Programme All presentations take place in the Mathematics Institute, Senghennydd Road, Cardiff Tuesday, 11th September 2001 11.30am   Registration      Room M/0.37        Mathematics Institute 12.30pm   Lunch                Cyber-Café            Mathematics Institute

143. E-JEMED: Electronic Journal Of Evolutionary Modelling And Economic Dynamics
Aims. The Electronic Journal of Evolutionary Modeling and Economic Dynamics (eJEMED) is a noncommercial scientific journal. The

Scope Call for papers Diffusion ... Admin.Info
The E lectronic J ournal of E volutionary M odeling and E conomic D ynamics ( e-JEMED is a noncommercial scientific journal. The main objective of e-JEMED is to foster the communication of ideas in the very active area of evolutionary modeling. As such, it does not compete with paper-based journals but complements them:
  • The publication process of e-JEMED is much quicker . An article can be published as soon as it is accepted. Each submitted article will be evaluated in ten weeks Each publication in e-JEMED can/should include a detailed version of all the appendixes that naturally complement an article based on simulations (at least the code and, more preferably, a working version of the program on the web). The authors of the articles published in e-JEMED conserve their and can submit the article to a paper-based journal.
At the same time, e-JEMED is engaged to keep high the scientific level of published articles through a double-blind refereeing process : articles can only be submitted anonymously (see the instructions to authors ) and the connection between the anonymous copy and the effective authors is managed by a database. Each article is read by two anonymous referees.

144. Virtual Reality Laboratory
Involved in the modelling and animation of threedimensional inhabited virtual worlds.

145. Psybertron Knowledge Modelling WebLog
ideas of my own in this blog and my underlying thesis, by the Dave Snowden / Cynefin consulting framework analysis of modelling organisational complexity.

146. SLS :: People :: Stephanie Seneff
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. Phonological modelling, auditory modelling, computer speech recognition, statistical language modelling, natural language understanding and generation, discourse and dialogue modelling, and prosodic analysis.
The Stata Center
32 Vassar Street
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA

147. List Of Textbooks On Ecological Modelling
List of Textbooks on Ecological modelling. In German; incl. 1 disk; methods and PASCALprograms for modelling dynamical systems. 6 Howard C. Berg.

148. EMS - European Mathematical Society Publishing House | Interfaces And Free Bound
(EMS) Mathematical modelling, analysis and computation of interfaces and free boundary problems. Full text online to subscribers.
Mathematical Modelling Analysis and Computation
Interfaces and Free Boundaries is dedicated to the mathematical modelling, analysis and computation of interfaces and free boundary problems in all areas where such phenomena are pertinent. The journal aims to be a forum where mathematical analysis, partial differential equations, modelling, scientific computing and the various applications which involve mathematical modelling meet. Submissions should, ideally, emphasize the combination of theory and application.
Current Issue

All Issues

The journal Interfaces and Free Boundaries is distributed online by the
American Mathematical Society
for the European Mathematical Society
Online ISSN 1463-9971; Print ISSN 1463-9963

149. Finite Element Modelling Group At QUB
enabled in your browser, and the page will not appear as the designer intended. Queen s Homepage Finite Element modelling Group.

150. Groundwater Geochemistry And Remediation | Earth Sciences | University Of Waterl
Summaries of research activities on the fate, transport and remediation of dissolved metals, metalloids and nutrients in groundwater, as well as development and application of in situ permeable reactive barrier technologies and reactive transport modelling.
Remediation Department of Earth Sciences
University of Waterloo
G roundwater G eochemistry
R emediation Research Group Leaders David W. Blowes
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Waterloo Canada Research Chair
in Groundwater Remediation
Ph.D. University of Waterloo, 1990 Carol J. Ptacek
Adjunct Professor
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Waterloo Research Scientist
National Water Research Institute
Burlington, Ontario CANADA Ph.D. University of Waterloo, 1992 LINKS TO AREAS OF RESEARCH M
ine W aste G eochemistry P ermeable R eactive B arriers I norganics I n the S ubsurface R eactive T ransport M odelling Introduction to Our Research Group Our research group focuses on the fate, transport and remediation of dissolved metals, metalloids and nutrients in groundwater. This research includes detailed field investigations, laboratory studies, development of reactive barriers and other passive remedial solutions, and development of mathematical models to predict the complex geochemical behavior of these systems. We have conducted detailed investigations of mine sites, mine-waste disposal facilities, wetlands, on-site sewage disposal systems and other industrial sites. Laboratory studies often focus on reaction mechanisms utilizing batch and column experiments. Mathematical modelling has focused on the development of fully-coupled reactive transport codes that can account for thermodynamic and kinetic controls on chemical reactions between groundwater and the aquifer material. Remediation research is focused on the development of passive

151. A World Of Military Modelling
Show reports of all major European military related model shows and reference pictures of real life military stuff.
Updated 23-09-2003
Ex East German T-55 with KMT Mine Plough
Sturmtiger in Munster
Challenger 2 Detail shots
Canadian Wasp Flame Thrower
Euro Militaire 2001 contest photos!
Trucks 'n' Tracks 2000 show report
Merkava III D at Eurosatory 2000
Euro Militaire '99 Contest pages
Euro Militaire '99 Kits
Schwimmwagen Detail Shots Euro Militaire 1998 Products and Contest Member of the Scale Modelers Ring You're visitor: FastCounter by bCentral

152. ACTA Press Journals Page
Journal of Power and Energy Systems International Journal of Parallel and Distributed Systems and Networks International Journal of modelling and Simulation
Technical Journals Journal Editors Information for Submission of Papers to Journals Formatting Requirements for Accepted Journal Papers Accepted Journal Papers Check List ... Website of the International Association of Science and Technology for Development - IASTED
Technical Journals
Control and Intelligent Systems

International Journal of Computers and Applications

International Journal of Power and Energy Systems

International Journal of Parallel and Distributed Systems and Networks
Advanced Technology for Learning

Control and Intelligent Systems
First published in 1972, this journal covers all aspects of control theory and its applications. Apart from conventional control, the journal publishes papers in the field of intelligent control and soft computing; particularly, intelligent systems, fuzzy logic, neural networks, genetic algorithms/evolutionary computing, and probabilistic techniques. It also includes book reviews, conference notices, calls for papers, and announcements of new publications.
2004 Table of Contents

2003 Table of Contents
2002 Table of Contents 2001 Table of Contents ... 2000 Table of Contents Editor-in-Chief: Prof. Clarence W. de Silva

153. Ecological Modelling Links
A useful list of liks to ecological models, documents and other simulation tools.
Last (partial) update at 5/13/2004 by Joachim Benz
R egisters and Sources of Ecological Models
D ocuments
(mathematical) concepts in modelling:

154. Java Bindings For The RenderMan API
The Java RenderMan bindings are an effort to allow the interaction of photorealistic modelling and rendering applications written in Java via Pixar's RenderMan API.
Java Bindings for the RenderMan API
Version 0.92.5
Sean Cier
RenderMan (R) is a registered trademark of Pixar)
Documentation and links for downloading the package What's New Recent changes Background Background on RenderMan and the motivation for the Java bindings Design Considerations Notes and differences between the C and Java bindings License Legalities
The Java RenderMan bindings are an effort to allow the interaction of photorealistic modelling and rendering applications written in Java via Pixar's RenderMan API. They currently include a prototype binding, intended to undergo review by the 'net community (and Pixar, if they wish), as well as a reference implementation which generates and parses RIB files.
  • Documentation on the com.PostHorizon.renderMan and com.PostHorizon.renderMan.rib packages, produced by javadoc
  • Examples , including a trivial java application using the bindings (translated from PRMan's tutorial, chapter 16)
  • com.PostHorizon.renderMan.rib.Translate , a simple java application to translate RIBs, demonstrating the various com.PostHorizon.renderMan.rib.RIBIn

155. Modelling Nature With Fractals
September 1998. Features. modelling nature with fractals. by Martin J. Turner. If X n appears as Xn then your browser does not support subscripts or superscripts.
@import url(../../newinclude/plus_copy.css); @import url(../../newinclude/print.css); @import url(../../newinclude/plus.css); search plus with google
Permission is granted to print and copy this page on paper for non-commercial use. For other uses, including electronic redistribution, please contact us. Issue 6 September 1998 Contents Features Modelling nature with fractals The origins of fractals Pilgrims, planes and postage stamps Career interview Student interview - David Ruddock Career interview - Electronic engineer Regulars Plus puzzle Pluschat Mystery mix Letters Staffroom New subject index Geometer's corner News from September 1998 All the latest news ...
poster! September 1998 Features
Modelling nature with fractals
by Martin J. Turner
If X n appears as Xn then your browser does not support subscripts or superscripts. Please use this alternative version Computer games and cinema special effects owe much of their realism to the study of fractals. Martin Turner takes you on a journey from the motion of a microscopic particle to the creation of imaginary moonscapes.

156. HR Wallingford - Hydraulics Research And Consultancy Specialists
An ambitious sevenyear programme of research into the development of methods for making predictions of coastal morphology over periods of up to decades.
CAMELOT "Coastal Area Modelling for
Engineering in the LOng Term"
Effective shoreline management requires a strategic approach that looks beyond the extent of a particular coastal defence scheme and the boundaries of a particular coastal authority. In order to design environmentally sound and cost-effective defences, coastal engineers must be able to predict long-term coastal morphodynamic behaviour over time spans of up to decades and over lengths of coastline of tens of kilometres corresponding to coastal sediment cells or sub-cells. In 1993, MAFF Flood and Coastal Defence Division set up an ambitious seven-year programme of research into the development of methods for making predictions of coastal morphology over periods of up to decades. This research programme was given the name CAMELOT (Coastal Area Modelling for Engineering in the LOng Term). CAMELOT was implemented in two consecutive programmes. CAMELOT 1 (April 1993 - March 1998) and CAMELOT 1.5 (April 1998-March 2000). In CAMELOT 1, much effort was put into the development of numerical morphodynamic models that operated at medium-term timescales (from a few hours to several weeks). The work during CAMELOT 1.5 was aimed at consolidating the achievements of CAMELOT 1 through validation of morphodynamic models against field data, development of methodologies of model use, and compilation of a manual of coastal morphology for end-users.

157. Statistical Modelling Society: New Website
The International Workshop on Statistical modelling (IWSM) aims to bring together researchers and all those interested in the development and applications of
Statistical Modelling Society
The International Workshop on Statistical Modelling now has its home under the roof of the Statistical Modelling Society , established in 2003.
Please, proceed to , and don't forget to bookmark that link.

158. Lumina Decision Systems - Analytica - Beyond The Spreadsheet
Business modelling consulting, software, and seminars.
Lumina Decision Systems, Inc. Analytica:
Beyond the spreadsheet... And now, the third generation ... Lumina is pleased to announce the release Analytica 3.0 What's new in Analytica 3.0?
To upgrade to Analytica 3.0

Download a free 30-day trial

Download free Analytica Player

To order Analytica
The Analytica Decision Engine
Two-day Training:
Building Effective Models with Analytica
Our next Training Sessions are:
Los Gatos, CA on July 15-16, 2004
Washington DC area on May 27-28, 2004
For details and to reserve a place
How fast can you build a model with Analytica? "It took me nine hours. When I demonstrated the Analytica model, jaws dropped. The telephony engineers were tearing out their hair because they said it took them 13 months to construct a similar model in Excel. "

159. Jonskichov's Miniatures
Contains galleries of painted figures as well as hints and tips on the hobby and painting and modelling.

160. Balloon Modelling World Records
BALLOON modelling WORLD RECORDS. Read more about balloon modelling at You attempt. 1 Hour Balloon modelling. The Rules.
Read more about balloon modelling at You can buy good books about balloon modelling online, just click on the cover.

New record claims are welcome. Please send an e-mail to BEFORE your record attempt.
1 Hour Balloon Modelling
The Rules
  • The record is for the greatest amount of completed balloon sculptures to be made in 1 hour. All balloons must be blown up by mouth. No artificial means may be used (pumps, compressors etc.) All balloon shapes must touch the table in order to count. If the shapes pops or deflates before touching the table, it does not count. A list of at least 30 different shapes must be used. There can be no shapes made in sequence, (i.e. 5 dogs in a row does not count) The attempt must be rigidly timed and videotaped with a clock in the background. There should also be 4 personnel present, 2 counters, 1 judge and a timekeeper. No-else should be around the table. The final figure needs to be verified by the judge, then signed by all personnel present at the table.
World Records
Salvatore Sabatino (Germany) 10-07-1998
John Cassidy
(USA) 10-05-1999
Atila Samulski
(Germany) 9-10-2000
Salvatore Sabatino
(Germany) 24-10-2000
John Cassidy
(USA) 16-02-2001
John Cassidy
(USA) 29-08-2002
The Sprint: 100 Animals

Page 8     141-160 of 194    Back | 1  | 2  | 3  | 4  | 5  | 6  | 7  | 8  | 9  | 10  | Next 20

free hit counter