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The excitement of doing research in computer graphics has not diminished in its 35 years of life. It remains a quick paced, intellectually challenging field that necessarily bends some traditional scientific methodologies. I think, however, that a recalibration of how we do things is in order. I...
Medicine is an extremely challenging field of research, which has been -- more than any other discipline -- of fundamental importance in human existence. The variety and inherent complexity of unsolved problems has made it a major driving force for many natural and engineering sciences. Hence,...
In keeping with the retrospective theme of this issue of Computer Graphics, Standards Pipeline takes a long look back at the history of the development of formal standards for computer graphics. As is fitting for a retrospective, there is a focus on where we have succeeded and where we have...
During the three decades since Ivan Sutherland introduced the Sketchpad system 7, there has been an outpouring of computer graphics systems for use in architecture 3, 5. In response to this development, most of the major architectural firms around the world have embraced the idea that computer...
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