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Higher Order Radiosity : Using Higher Order Methods in Computer Graphics

Abstract : The light ambiance of a virtual scene is the key of realistic computer generated images. But the computation of the whole light exchanges between elements of a complex scene constitutes a real challenge in computer graphics. Usually, in real-time video games for example, the modelisation of these exchanges remains quite simple. And achieve a realistic representation of lighting requires to solve the global illumination problem which means to compute all light exchanges.
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Venceslas Biri. Higher Order Radiosity : Using Higher Order Methods in Computer Graphics. 6th International Conference on Spectral and High Order Methods (ICOSAHOM'04), Jun 2004, Brown University, France. pp.145-155. ⟨hal-00622217⟩



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