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Dagstuhl-Seminar 9127

Geometric Modelling

( 01. Jul – 05. Jul, 1991 )

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Organisatoren
  • G. Farin
  • H. Hagen
  • H. Noltemeier



Impacts
  • Geometric modelling - Farin, Gerald; Hagen, Hans; Noltemeier, Hartmut; Knödel, W. - Wien : Springer, 1993. - 316 S - (Computing; Supplement 8). ISBN: 3-211-82399-9. - ISBN 0-387-82399-9.

Summary

The first Dagstuhl - seminar on Geometric Modelling was organized by Gerald Farin (Arizona State University), Hans Hagen (Universität Kaiserslautem) and Hartmut Noltemeier (Universität Würzburg). It was a pleasure to note the international acclaim the seminar has found, the 37 participants came from 7 countries and 9 of them came from industry.

Lectures were given at the seminar, covering practically all important aspects of geometric modelling :

  • solid modelling
  • geometry processing
  • feature modelling
  • product modelling
  • surfacepatches over arbitrary topologies
  • blending methods in CAD
  • scattered data algorithms
  • multisurfaces
  • smoothing and fairing algorithms
  • NURBS

The discussion between industry and university has proven to be very fruitful. The scientists from industry were able to give many important and practible impulses for new research; in the opposite direction the university researchers have developed many new technologies, solving industrial problems, which may be transfered back to industry.
Everybody was impressed by the quality of the presentations; they acknowledged the importance of such research exchange between the various partners.

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Teilnehmer
  • G. Farin
  • H. Hagen
  • H. Noltemeier

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