A Dynamic Programming Approach to Curves and Surfaces for Geometric ModelingBy
- Ron Goldman
mechanical engineers, computer scientists, and applied mathematicians; researchers and developers in geometric modeling, computer graphics, and computer-aided geometric design; practitioners in industry who design and implement computer-aided design and computer graphics software; theoreticians in academia interested in exploring and extending the foundations of geometric modeling and computer graphics.
Hardbound, 576 Pages
Published: July 2002
Imprint: Morgan Kaufmann
"Ron Goldman is a leading expert who knows the fundamental concepts and their interconnectedness, as well as the small details. The elegance of the writing and of the methods used to present the material allows us to get a deep understanding of the central concepts of CAGD. In its simplicity and pure beauty, the theory indeed resembles the pyramids."
âHelmut Pottman, Vienna University of Technology
"A textbook approach to understanding, analyzing and computing common polynomial and spline curves, and surfaces schemes in computer-aided geometric modeling and design. Goldman employs a dynamic programming method based on recursive pyramids for revealing the structure and relationship of algorithms." - Design Issue