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 Sebastian Martin

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Publication years2008-2015
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August 2015 Computer Graphics Forum: Volume 34 Issue 5, August 2015
Publisher: The Eurographs Association & John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
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Citation Count: 0

We present an example based geometry synthesis approach for generating general repetitive structures. Our model is based on a meshless representation, unifying and extending previous synthesis methods. Structures in the example and output are converted into a functional representation, where the functions are defined by point locations and attributes. We ...

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July 2015 SGP '15: Proceedings of the Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 1

We present an example based geometry synthesis approach for generating general repetitive structures. Our model is based on a meshless representation, unifying and extending previous synthesis methods. Structures in the example and output are converted into a functional representation, where the functions are defined by point locations and attributes. We ...

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July 2012 EUROSCA'12: Proceedings of the 11th ACM SIGGRAPH / Eurographics conference on Computer Animation
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 17
Downloads (6 Weeks): 1,   Downloads (12 Months): 4,   Downloads (Overall): 20

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We present a new method for efficiently simulating art-directable deformable materials. We use example poses to define subspaces of desirable deformations via linear interpolation. As a central aspect of our approach, we use an incompatible representation for input and interpolated poses that allows us to interpolate between elements individually. This ...

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July 2012 SCA '12: Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 0
Downloads (6 Weeks): 3,   Downloads (12 Months): 24,   Downloads (Overall): 221

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We present a new method for efficiently simulating art-directable deformable materials. We use example poses to define subspaces of desirable deformations via linear interpolation. As a central aspect of our approach, we use an incompatible representation for input and interpolated poses that allows us to interpolate between elements individually. This ...

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July 2012 ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 31 Issue 4, July 2012
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 37
Downloads (6 Weeks): 13,   Downloads (12 Months): 63,   Downloads (Overall): 720

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We present a method that brings the benefits of physics-based simulations to traditional animation pipelines. We formulate the equations of motions in the subspace of deformations defined by an animator's rig. Our framework fits seamlessly into the workflow typically employed by artists, as our output consists of animation curves that ...
Keywords: animation control, physically-based simulation

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July 2012 ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 31 Issue 4, July 2012
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 29
Downloads (6 Weeks): 8,   Downloads (12 Months): 86,   Downloads (Overall): 736

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We present a method for controlling the motions of active deformable characters. As an underlying principle, we require that all motions be driven by internal deformations. We achieve this by dynamically adapting rest shapes in order to induce deformations that, together with environment interactions, result in purposeful and physically-plausible motions. ...
Keywords: animation control, physically-based simulation

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July 2011 SIGGRAPH '11: ACM SIGGRAPH 2011 papers
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 70
Downloads (6 Weeks): 8,   Downloads (12 Months): 108,   Downloads (Overall): 1,378

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We propose an example-based approach for simulating complex elastic material behavior. Supplied with a few poses that characterize a given object, our system starts by constructing a space of prefered deformations by means of interpolation. During simulation, this example manifold then acts as an additional elastic attractor that guides the ...
Keywords: control, elastic solids, physically-based simulation
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July 2011  ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 30 Issue 4, July 2011

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July 2010 ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 29 Issue 4, July 2010
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 30
Downloads (6 Weeks): 4,   Downloads (12 Months): 91,   Downloads (Overall): 1,893

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We develop an accurate, unified treatment of elastica. Following the method of resultant-based formulation to its logical extreme, we derive a higher-order integration rule, or elaston , measuring stretching, shearing, bending, and twisting along any axis. The theory and accompanying implementation do not distinguish between forms of different dimension (solids, ...
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July 2010  SIGGRAPH '10: ACM SIGGRAPH 2010 papers

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July 2009 ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 28 Issue 3, August 2009
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 26
Downloads (6 Weeks): 3,   Downloads (12 Months): 47,   Downloads (Overall): 1,148

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We present a method for simulating highly detailed cutting and fracturing of thin shells using low-resolution simulation meshes. Instead of refining or remeshing the underlying simulation domain to resolve complex cut paths, we adapt the extended finite element method (XFEM) and enrich our approximation by customdesigned basis functions, while keeping ...
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July 2009  SIGGRAPH '09: ACM SIGGRAPH 2009 papers

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July 2009 Graphical Models: Volume 71 Issue 4, July, 2009
Publisher: Academic Press Professional, Inc.
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Citation Count: 14

We propose a simulation technique for elastically deformable objects based on the discontinuous Galerkin finite element method (DG FEM). In contrast to traditional FEM, it overcomes the restrictions of conforming basis functions by allowing for discontinuous elements with weakly enforced continuity constraints. This added flexibility enables the simulation of arbitrarily ...
Keywords: Finite element methods, Physically-based simulation, Discontinuous Galerkin

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July 2008 SCA '08: Proceedings of the 2008 ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 18
Downloads (6 Weeks): 1,   Downloads (12 Months): 10,   Downloads (Overall): 215

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We propose a simulation technique for elastically deformable objects based on the discontinuous Galerkin finite element method (DG FEM). In contrast to traditional FEM, it overcomes the restrictions of conforming basis functions by allowing for discontinuous elements with weakly enforced continuity constraints. This added flexibility enables the simulation of arbitrarily ...

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July 2008 SGP '08: Proceedings of the Symposium on Geometry Processing
Publisher: Eurographics Association
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Citation Count: 26

Finite element simulations in computer graphics are typically based on tetrahedral or hexahedral elements, which enables simple and efficient implementations, but in turn requires complicated remeshing in case of topological changes or adaptive refinement. We propose a flexible finite element method for arbitrary polyhedral elements, thereby effectively avoiding the need ...



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