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Physically-based Simulation in Computer Graphics (WS 2006/2007)



Course Topics

The lecture covers topics in physically-based modeling, such as particle systems, mass-spring models, and finite element methods. These approaches can be used to represent deformable objects or fluids for 3D games and medical applications. Furthermore, the lecture covers topics such as rigid bodies, collision detection, and fracture simulation.

Targets

Understanding of research topics and related problems in the field of rigid body dynamics, deformable models, fluids, and collision detection.

Requirements

None.

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Number

251-0546-00L

Lecturers

Miguel A. Otaduy(otaduyinf.ethz.ch),
Mario Botsch (mario.botschinf.ethz.ch)

Language

English

Location

Course: IFW A32, Mondays 10-12
Exercises: IFW A32, Mondays 12-13

Credits

2V/1U (5 credits)


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