ACM Symposium on Geometry Processing 2003 papers on the web

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Invited Talk

A Variational Approach to Digital Geometry: from Isotropic Smoothing to Thin-shell Simulation
Mathieu Desbrun (University of Southern California)
Discrete methods for continuous problems..... and vice versa
Steven Gortler (Harvard University)
Anisotropic Triangulations
Jonathan Shewchuk (Computer Science University of California at Berkeley)

Session 1

Provably Good Surface Sampling and Approximation (tech report)
Steve Oudot, Jean-Daniel Boissonnat (PRISME INRIA Sophia-Antipolis)
Explicit Surface Remeshing
Vitaly Surazhsky, Craig Gotsman (Technion - Israel Institute of Technology)
Domain Decomposition for Multiresolution Analysis
Ioana M. Boier-Martin (IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center)

Session 2

High-Pass Quantization for Mesh Encoding
Olga Sorkine, Daniel Cohen-Or, Sivan Toledo (Tel Aviv University)
Geometry Compression of Normal Meshes Using Rate-Distortion Algorithms (Thesis)
Sridhar Lavu, Hyeokho Choi, Richard Baraniuk (Rice University)
Edge-Sharpener: Recovering Sharp Features in Triangulations of non-adaptively re-meshed surfaces
Marco Attene, Bianca Facidieno, Michela Spagnuolo (Institute for Applied Mathematics and Information Tecnologies), Jarek Rossignac (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Session 3

A scalable data structure for three-dimensional non-manifold objects
Leila De Floriani (University of Genova, Italy), Annie Hui
A Concise B-Rep Data Structure For Stratified Subanalytic Objects
Abel Gomes (Departamento de Informática da Universidade da Beira Interior)
CLOD: Dual Hierarchies for Multiresolution Collision Detection
Miguel A. Otaduy, Ming C. Lin (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

Session 4

Simple Silhouettes for Complex Meshes
Danil Kirsanov, Pedro Sander, Steven Gortler (Harvard University)
Statistical Point Geometry
Aravind Kalaiah, Amitabh Varshney (University of Maryland)
Efficient Max Norm Distance Computation for Reliable Voxelization
Gokul Varadhan, Shankar Krishnan, Young J. Kim, Dinesh Manocha (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), Suhas Diggavi (AT&T Research Lab)

Session 5

Global Conformal Parameterization
Xianfeng Gu (Harvard University), Shing-Tung Yau (Chinese University of Hong Kong)
Smooth Geometry Images
Frank Losasso (Stanford University), Hugues Hoppe (Microsoft Research), Scott Schaefer, Joe Warren (Rice University)
Multi-Chart Geometry Images
Pedro Sander (Harvard University), Zoe J. Wood (California Institute of Technology), Steven Gortler (Harvard University), John Snyder, Hugues Hoppe (Microsoft Research)

Session 6

Rotation Invariant Spherical Harmonic Representation of 3D Shape Descriptors
Michael Kazhdan, Thomas Funkhouser, Szymon Rusinkiewicz (Princeton University)
A geometric database for gene expression data
Joe Warren, Tao Ju (Rice University), Gregor Eichele, Christina Thaller, Wah Chiu, James Carson
Estimating Differential Quantities using Polynomial fitting of Osculating Jets
Frederic Cazals, Marc Pouget (INRIA Sophia-Antipolis)

Session 7

Stellar Subdivision Grammars
Luiz Velho (Instituto de Matemática Pura e Aplicada)
Filling Holes in Meshes
Peter Liepa
Mesh Forging: Editing of 3D-Meshes Using Implicitly Defined Occluders
G. H. Bendels, Reinhard Klein (University of Bonn, Germany)

Session 8

A geometric-based convection approach of 3-D reconstruction (tech report)
Raphaelle Chaine (PRISME INRIA Sophia-Antipolis)
Approximating and Intersecting Surfaces from Points
Anders Adamson, Marc Alexa (Darmstadt University of Technology)
Approximate implicitization via curve fitting
Elmar Wurm, Bert Juettler (Johannes Kepler University)
3D Reconstruction Using Labeled Image Regions
Remo Ziegler (Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs), Wojciech Matusik (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Hanspeter Pfister (Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs), Leonard McMillan (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)