Extractions: 15-451 Spring 2002 Course Schedule The topics are subject to change. Class Date Day Topic Reading Activity Lecturer Jan 15 Tue GM Jan 17 Thu Asymptotics, Recurrences Asst 1 Ready GM Jan 22 Tue Probabilistic analysis. Randomized Quicksort. GB Jan 24 Thu Linear-time selection (randomized and deterministic). GM Jan 29 Tue Lower bounds for comparison sorting. Asst 1 Due GM Jan 31 Thu Dynamic Programming Asst 2 Ready GB Feb 5 Tue Balanced Trees GB Feb 7 Thu Amortized Analysis GM Feb 12 Tue Self-adjusting lists and trees. Asst 2 Due GM Feb 14 Thu Radix Structures Asst 3 Ready GB Feb 19 Tue Exam 1 Feb 21 Thu Hashing GB Feb 26 Tue Graph algs I: MST (Prim and Kruskal). Asst 3 Due GM Feb 28 Thu Union-Find Asst 4 Ready GM Mar 5 Tue Shortest Paths GB Mar 7 Thu Midsemester break Mar 12 Tue Asst 4 Due GB Mar 14 Thu Network Flows and Matchings I Asst 5 Ready GB Mar 19 Tue Network Flows and Matchings II GB Mar 21 Thu Linear Programming I GB Mar 26 Tue Linear Programming II Asst 5 Due GB Mar 28 Thu Exam 2 Apr 2 Tue Spring Break I Apr 4 Thu Spring Break II Asst 6 Ready Apr 9 Tue NP-completeness I GB Apr 11 Thu NP-completeness II GB Apr 16 Tue Number-theoretic algorithms I Asst 6 Due GM Apr 18 Thu Number-theoretic algorithms II GM Apr 23 Tue Computaional Geometry I Asst 7 Ready GM Apr 25 Thu Computaional Geometry II GM Apr 30 Tue Approximation Algorithms GM May 2 Thu Review Asst 7 Due GB/GM May 6 Mon Final (5:30-8:30pm)
Yusu's Research Interests and S. HarPeled. Eurographics 2001. Also appeared in 10th AnnualFall Workshop on computaional geometry, 2000. Manuscript M1. http://www.cs.duke.edu/~wys/research/
Extractions: My research interests are in computational geometry, algorithms, graphics, modeling and visualization. Current work focuses on the geometric and topological approaches to problems occurred in protein docking, molecular modeling and visualization. In particular, I am working on shape analysis, shape matching, and shape visualization in molecular biology.
Literatura BqDy89 Su Buqing in Liu Ding-yuan. computaional geometry Curve andSurface Modeling. Academic Press, 1989. BW89 Max Born in Emil Wolf. http://www.lecad.uni-lj.si/~leon/distray/node79.html
Extractions: Next: A Razredi programa za Up: Distribuirani sistem za upodabljanje Previous: 8 Zakljucek Vsebina: James Arvo in David Kirk. A Survey of Ray Tracing Acceleration Techniques , Poglavje 6, strani 201262. V knjigi Introduction to Ray Tracing, glej [ James Arvo, urednik. Graphics Gems II , Zbornik 2 v Graphics Gems Series . Academic Press, Inc., 1991. Ian Ashdown. Radiosity: a programmer's perspective UNIX System V Programmer's Guide . Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1987. A. Barr. Superquadrics and angle-preserving transformations. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications Adrian Bejan. Heat transfer . John Wiley and Sons, 1993. John Bloomer. Power Programming with RPC Su Bu-qing in Liu Ding-yuan. Computaional Geometry Curve and Surface Modeling . Academic Press, 1989. Max Born in Emil Wolf. Principles of Optics . Pergamon Press, 6. izdaja, 1989. R. E. Callan. Building Object-oriented Systems . Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, UK, 1994. John R. Corbin. The Art of Distributed Applications . Springer-Verlag, 1990.
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Index A. Assignment1 class klc.Assignment1. This class is used for the Assignment1 of the computaional geometry FOR ENGR DESIGN Class. http://www.ices.utexas.edu/~ckl/all/Comp_Geom/Proj1_Docs/index-all.html
Extractions: namely: operand, oldmatrix and newmatrix. - class klc. This class is used for the Assignment 2 of the "COMPUTAIONAL GEOMETRY FOR ENGR DESIGN" Class. - Constructor for class klc. This Constructor for the class initializes the member variables that are being used. - class klc. This class is used for the Assignment 3 of the "COMPUTAIONAL GEOMETRY FOR ENGR DESIGN" Class. - Constructor for class klc. This Constructor for the class initializes the member variables that are being used. - class klc. This class is used for the Assignment 4 of the "COMPUTATIONAL GEOMETRY FOR ENGR DESIGN" Class. - Constructor for class klc. - class klc. This class is used for the Assignment 5 of the "COMPUTAIONAL GEOMETRY FOR ENGR DESIGN" Class. - Constructor for class klc. This constructor is used to initialize the member variables that are used.
Class Pipeline public class Pipeline extends java.lang.Object This class is used forthe Project1 of the computaional geometry FOR ENGR DESIGN Class. http://www.ices.utexas.edu/~ckl/all/Comp_Geom/Proj1_Docs/klc/Pipeline.html
SFU Computing Science 00-1 OBJECTIVE/DESCRIPTION This course is primarily concerned with the applicationsof computaional geometry to areas such as computer graphics, geographic http://www.cs.sfu.ca/undergrad/Outlines/2000-1/CMPT-406-Bhattacharya-00-1.txt
Extractions: SFU Computing Science 00-1 CMPT 406-3 Day Computational Geometry Instructor: B. Bhattacharya SFU TR 1130-1250 Final Exam: April 15,12:00 OBJECTIVE/DESCRIPTION: This course is primarily concerned with the applications of computaional geometry to areas such as computer graphics, geographic information syatems, VLSI. The first part of the course deals with the design and analysis of geometric algorithms. The second part deals with with the applications of these algorithms to the various practical areas. TOPICS: o Polygon Triangulation o Convex Hulls o Voronoi Diagrams o Arrangements o Search and Intersections GRADING: Homework 30% Programming Project 30% Final Examination 40% Students must attain an overall passing grade on the weighted average of exams in the course in order to obtain a clear pass (C or better). TEXTBOOKS: o None REFERENCES: o Computational Geometry in C, Joseph O'Rourke, Cambridge University Press, 1994 o Computational Geometry, Algorithms and Applications, Mark de Berg, Marc van Krevald, Mark Overmars and Otfried Schwarzkopf, Springer Verlag, 1997 o Computational Geometry- an introduction, F. Preparata and Michael Shamos, Springer Verlag, 1985 PREREQUISITES/COREQUISITES: CMPT 307 Distributed: October 26, 1999 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Academic Honesty plays a key role in our efforts to maintain a high standard of academic excellence and integrity. Students are advised that ALL acts of intellectual dishonesty are subject to disciplinary action by the School; serious infractions are dealt with in accordance with the Code of Academic Honesty (T10.02) (http://www.sfu.ca/policies/teaching/t10-02.htm). Students are encouraged to read the School's Statement on Intellectual Honesty (http://www.cs.sfu.ca/undergrad/Policies/honesty.html).
Matthew Dickersonâs Home Page Links, Tips, Pictures, Stories. Research Interests. computaional geometry,Graph Drawing, Algorithms, Data Structures. OTHER STUFF. http://www.middlebury.edu/~dickerso/
Extractions: Fall '03 Contact Info. Office: Bi Hall 636 Phone: Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org DEEP FREYED The Blues Band F.A.Q. Links, Tips, Pictures, Stories Research Interests Computaional Geometry Graph Drawing Data Structures OTHER STUFF Favorite links, hobbies, and all sorts of stuff about me and my interests that is probably only interesting to my closest friends (if at all). So you know who I am if you meet me on the street (or stream): A Recent Picture Of An Older Me An Older Picture Of A Younger Me A Fun Picture Of A Fishing Me... (and a King Salmon)
Completed Students Of The Lab 20. A.Raman, Studies on Algorithmic Aspects of Special Classes of Perfect Graphs,1993. 21. Vanisri, On Some Problems in Isothetic computaional geometry, 1993. 22. http://www.cs.iitm.ernet.in/theory/comstudent.html
Extractions: Faculty Current Students Completed Students Areas of Interest ... Home Completed Students of the Lab V.Prakash Convexity Studies in Graphs V.Kamakoti Randomised Algorithms for Proximity Problems and Reliable Circuit Design M.Wilscy MAPS: A Multi-Agent Production System K.S.Easwarakumar Graph Decomposition Techniques and Efficient Graph Algorithms T.V.D.Kumar Applications of Reason Maintanance Systems in Multi-agent Planning Amitava Datta Maximum Empty Rectangle Problem and its Variations Meena Mahajan Studies in Language Classes defined by Different Types of Time-Varying Cellular Automata Nalinakshi Nirmal Studies in 2D Development Systems and Languages B.Prabhu Efficiency Considerations in Secure Distributed Computation Kamatam Srinivas Adaptive Forward Error Correction for ATM/WATM Networks Y.Sivasubramanyam Studies in weighted Automata with Application to Image Processing K.Arthi Probabilistic Grammar Systems : Theory and Application D.Arun Kumar Approximation Algorithms for Some NP-Hard Optimization Problems K.Srinathan
M.S. Students: Vanisri, On Some Problems in Isothetic computaional geometry, 1993. Vinodchandran,New Characterisations of Some Counting Classes, 1993. http://www.cs.iitm.ernet.in/kamala/kkbio/node13.html
Extractions: Next: M.Tech. Students: Up: Research/Project Guided: Previous: Ph.D. Students: Y. Sivasubramanyam, Studies in weighted Automata with Application to Image Processing K. Sharda, Distributed Processing in various kinds of Automata Vanam Srilakshmi, Efficient Algorithms for Optimisation Problems on Isothetic Polygons K. Arthi, Probabilistic Grammar Systems : Theory and Application M. Sakthi Balan, Distributed Processing in Automata S.Jeyalakshmi, Design and Analysis of Algorithms Related to Point Sets and Polygons V.Radhakrishnan, Pattern Matching in Matrix Grammars A.Renuka, Algorithms for Some Isothetic Path Planning Problems A Rema, Studies on Some Path Planning Problems in Static and Dyanmic Domains Velmurugan, Algorithms for Some Problems in Path Planning Vanisri, On Some Problems in Isothetic Computaional Geometry Vinodchandran, New Characterisations of Some Counting Classes M V Nagendra Prasad, Two Variations of L-systems Anindya Das, Terminal Weighted Grammars and Picture Description Usha Menon, Single Successor Context-free Graph Grammar and Application to Flowchart Compilation Aparna R
PLANE SWEEP AND REGULARIZATION Output Sensitivity. We introduce an algorithmic idea that has widelyapplicable in computaional geometry output sensitive algorithms. http://www.cs.nyu.edu/~yap/classes/visual/03s/lect/l4/
Extractions: Chee Yap PLANE SWEEP AND REGULARIZATION In the previous chapter, we considered geometric relationships among points. Such relationships are defined by predicates such as LeftTurn (p,q,r). We now consider line segments and points, and their relationships. An obvious predicate here whether two segments intersect. If we consider the relationships between points and segments, we get predicates such as incidence (is a point on a segment?) and sided-ness (is a point to the left of a segment?). We study some computational problems arising from such relationships in the plane. A fundamental computational technique, the ``plane sweep'' is introduced. This computational technique is intimately related to a data structure called the trapezoidal map . In applications, segments are typically organized to form more complex structures, for example, a subdivision of the plane into polygonal regions. We introduce a hierarchy of problems (collectively called Segment Regularization Problems) which are of practical importance. The plane sweep technique and the trapezoidal map turns out to be the key for a uniform solution framework. [Move to next lecture:] Computing, manipulating and searching such subdivisions is non-trivial and various data structures have been invented to represent them.
Extractions: This paper is cited in the following contexts: An Indexed Bibliography of Genetic Algorithms in Arts and Music - Alander (1998) (Correct) .... Ko, Heedong, 29] Kosak, Corey, 41] Kuuskankare, Mika, 66] Laine, Pauli, 66] Lange, B. 42] Lange, Brigitta, 46] Latham, William, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20] Lebby, G. 78] Lee, Jong Won, 39] Lewis, D. J . 35] Loggi, L. W . 72] Louchet, J. 30, 33] Makela, Asko J. Marks, Joe, 27, 41] McIntyre, Ryan A. 67] Murakami, N. 63] Nagahashi, Hiroshi, 34] Nagao, Tomoharu, 34] Nakatani, T. 48] Nettleton, David John, 44] Neugebauer, J. 50] Ngo, J. Thomas , 38] Ngo, Tom, 27] Polito, J. 74] Provot, X. 30, 33] Ricanek, II, K. 78] Rodriguez, A. ....
Jean Ponce 1998); Senior Xerox Award for Faculty Research, College of Engineering , Universityof Illinois (1998); Member, ARO computaional geometry for Intelligent http://www.beckman.uiuc.edu/faculty/ponce.html
Extractions: Artificial Intelligence Profile Jean Ponce received his Thèse d'État from the University of Paris Orsay in 1988. He is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science at UIUC and a full-time Beckman Institute faculty member in the Artificial Intelligence Group . His fields of professional interest are computer vision and robotics. Honors and awards : Member, Scientific Council of Electricité de France (1998); Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Robotics and Automation (1998-); Senior Xerox Award for Faculty Research, College of Engineering , University of Illinois (1998); Member, ARO Computaional Geometry for Intelligent Systems Advisory Board (1996-1998); Critical Research Initiative Planning Award, University of Illinois (1996); Member, ARPA/ORD RADIUS Image Understanding Advisory Committee member (1994-1996); Area Editor, Compuiter Vision and Image Understanding (1994-); Beckman Associate in the
Untitled Document Vertex Distance between Two Polygons, International Journal of Computational Geometryand Applications, Special Issue Parallel computaional geometry, Vol. http://www.csie.ncnu.edu.tw/~rctlee/publication.html
Kordervoronoi I am making a thesis about computational geometry. More preciselyprogramming computaional geometry figures in a java applet. I http://valis.cs.uiuc.edu/~sariel/research/CG/compgeom/msg00399.html