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eBook Computer Graphics: Principles. methods and applications (revised edition) epub
  • ISBN: 0070601658
  • Author: PAN YUN HE
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Higher Education Press (May 25, 2006)
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Principles and Practice.

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geometric graphics in scientific and engineering applications, along with PHIGS+, which suppons lighting, shading, curves, and surfaces. Official graphics standards complement lower-level. more efficient de facto standards, such as Apple's QuickDraw, X Window System's Xlib 20 integer raster graphics package, and Silicon Graphics' GL 30 library.

Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice is a textbook written by James D. Foley, Andries van Dam, Steven K. Feiner, John Hughes, Morgan McGuire, David F. Sklar, and Kurt Akeley and published by Addison–Wesley. First published in 1982 as Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics, it is widely considered a classic standard reference book on the topic of computer graphics.

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. This totally revised and expanded reference/text provides comprehensive, single-source coverage of the design.

New coverage of the rendering equation, GPU architecture considerations, and importance- sampling in physically based rendering. Building a graphics application entails user-interface work, some amount of modeling (. making a representation of a shape), and rendering (the making of pictures of shapes). A graphics platform acts as the intermediary between the application and the underlying graphics hardware, providing a layer of abstraction to shield the programmer from the details of driving the graphics processor.

The authors explain the principles, as well as the mathematics, underlying computer graphics–knowledge that is essential for successful work both now and in the future. Early chapters show how to create 2D and 3D pictures right away, supporting experimentation.

Принципы и практика : Revised ed. of: Computer graphics, James . Автор: John F. Hughes Название: Computer Graphics: Principles and Practice (Джон Ф. Хьюже: Компьютерная графика.

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Author: Andries van Dam, David F. Sklar, James D. Foley, John F. Hughes, Kurt Akeley, Morgan McGuire, Steven K. Feiner. Computer Science and Applications: Proceedings of the 2014 Asia-Pacific Conference on Computer Science and Applications. Information Systems Design and Intelligent Applications, Volume 1. Computational Complexity: Theory, Techniques, and Applications.

Language:Chinese.Pub Date :2003-12-1 Publisher: Higher Education Press This book is the first edition in January 2001 Amendments . In addition to the contents of the first edition of the basics of computer graphics . the main algorithms and applications . but also introduces the graphics application systems and common graphics standards. and there are some applications in industry CAD system instance. Make the reader a good understanding of both basic theoretical knowledge . but also to grasp the actual application method and system architecture . Revision based on the increase in the first edition of the curves and surfaces . computer animation methods and commonly used software. such as scientific visualization chapters . and modeling. photorealistic rendering and other chapters have been adjusted. increased decomposition model . particle systems. shadow generation . etc.....
Comments: (7)
Very interesting read on how computer graphics are calculated and the nitty gritty behind the scenes of how a computer processes graphics. I would highly recommend this book for someone wanting to know these details as it is fairly well written. However, caveats (cough, cough!): the book arrived in like new pristine shape, except for one thing which was several of the index pages were missing which is not good for a person who really needs this which may lower the rating 1 point. I gave it 5 stars since this, for me, is only recreational reading not for any specific purpose as I do not need to be looking a bunch of items up for a class, but only reading the book. I guess with used books it can not be expected the item is going to be perfect. In other circumstances (ie. need for a class) I may have sent it back so buyer take this caveat into consideration, and as far as the seller is concerned this may have been an "excusable error" as they may have missed this. One probably understand some basic matrix theory, and the more math the better to help understand this book The book arrived on time & in good shape.
Super P
A classic, yet very detailed and well explained book on basic graphic subject.
I bought this for its worked examples in graphics, particularly projections and perspective transformations. It covers these topics throughly and clearly. The chapters on clipping to the view frustrum and transforming to the device coordinates were also excellent. The material on general graphics transformations was easy to follow. The appendices cover necessary parts of vector algebra and geometry. The level seems suited for a reader who has had undergraduate vectors and calculus classes. This book is complete, understandable and certainly a bargain compared to other texts costing 5 times as much
Great book!
Two things that you'll likely find in most computer graphics textbooks are:
1. A triple digit price tag
2. Disorganized and obfuscated algorithm details
This Schaum's outline is an excellent antidote to both of these problems. Besides its low price tag, it has a very clear presentation of the basics of computer graphics algorithms. It starts out talking about image representation including common color spaces. It gives a clear definition of dithering, halftone approximations, and error diffusion. Next comes a discussion of scan conversion, which is how to translate geometric figures into pixels. Chapters 4 and 5 discuss two-dimensional graphics and their transformations. This includes good discussions and examples on matrix transformations and how they can be chained together. Chapters 6 through 8 extend these concepts to three dimensions. Very detailed information is given on transformations, projections, and clipping in 3D. This includes a definition of a typical 3D graphics "pipeline", which is basically an assembly-line of computer graphics from object definition to display. Chapter 9 on geometric representations was not as good as the other chapters in this outline, since it didn't do a very good job of talking about such representations in greater than two dimensions which is necessary for the development of wireframe models. However, the last three chapters of the book on hidden surfaces, shading models, and ray tracing had very good examples and discussions that could lead to pseudocode. I would highly recommend this guide to anyone taking or planning to take a course on computer graphics as a good language-independent guide to the basic methods and algorithms of computer graphics programming.
This book is a very handy guide to have while you are studying computer graphics. It explains a wide variety of topics in the field computer graphics as well as the math that is involved. However, this book is all concepts and math. You will not find much code in here, but rather a good review of the theory behind elementry computer graphics. I recommend this book to those taking an undergraduate course in computer graphics.
grand star
This excellent book enabled me to design my first graphics pipeline from scratch. Even though technologies like DirectX, OpenGL and Glide provide this all for you on a platter today; if you want to understand the maths that they all share at their core, this is the book !
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