Geometric Hashing for Processing Complex Scenes

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Publication Type technical report
School or College College of Engineering
Department Computing, School of
Creator Warren, Lloyd Van
Title Geometric Hashing for Processing Complex Scenes
Date 1985
Description This work presents a new technique for handling many object interaction schemes developed using a graph theoretic approach. The interaction can be optical, as in ray tracing, or geometric, as in many body collision. Other problems solved by ray tracing, such as mass and volume calculation and viewing of Boolean set expressions, also benefit from this method. The new methods are compared to previous work. A solution is obtained by viewing the situation as a search problem. Analogies of existing methods with searching and sorting are investigated and a general method is developed. An advantage of the general method is that it is independent of the representation being used to model the objects.
Type Text
Subject geometric hashing; object interaction; graph theory; ray tracing; many body collision
Subject LCSH Computer graphics
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Warren. L. V. (1985). Geometric Hashing for Processing Complex Scenes.
Series University of Utah Computer Science Technical Report
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