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Edwin H. Blake,P. Wisskirchen
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Springer Verlag (July 1, 1991)
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Object-oriented systems have gained a great deal of popularity recently and their application to graphics has been very successful.

Object-oriented systems have gained a great deal of popularity recently and their application to graphics has been very successful.

Advances in Object Oriented Graphics 7, Eurographic Seminar Series, Springer-Verlag, Berlin. Wisskirchen P. (eds) Advances in Object-Oriented Graphics I. EurographicSeminars (Tutorials and Perspectives in Computer Graphics). Zeltzer, D. (1984) Representation and Control of Three-Dimensional Animated Figures, P. Computer Science, Ohio State University. Authors and Affiliations. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. Benoit Fleury marked it as to-read May 25, 2015.

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Descarga Object-Oriented Programming for Graphics para leerlo sin conexión, destacar texto, agregar marcadores o tomar notas. This book reports on latest advances in this field and discusses how the discipline of OOG is being explored and developed. The topics covered include object-oriented constraint programming, object-oriented modeling of graphics applications to handle complexity, object-oriented techniques for developing user interfaces, and 3D modeling and rendering.

An object-oriented framework for directmanipulation user interfaces'. In: E. H. Blake and P. Wisskirchen (ed., Advances in object-oriented graphics I, chapter 1, pages 3{19. Springer, Berlin, (Eurographic Seminars) Contains extensively revised versions of some of the papers presented at the Eurographics workshop on object-oriented graphics, held in K onigswinter, Germany in June K. Shmucker (1986). Macapp: an application framework'. In: Byte, vol. 11 nr.

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Object-oriented systems have gained a great deal of popularity recently and their application to graphics has been very successful. This book documents a number of recent advances and indicates numerous areas of current research. The purpose of the book is: - to demonstrate the extraordinary practical utility of object-oriented methods in computer graphics (including user interfaces, image synthesis, CAD), - to examine outstanding research issues in the field of object-oriented graphics, and in particular to investi- gate extensions and shortcomings of the methodology when applied to computer graphics. Papers included in the book extend existing object-oriented graphical techniques, such as Smalltalk's "model view controller" or "constraints", introduce the use of complex and persistent objects in graphics, and give approaches to direct manipulation interfaces. The reader is presented with an in-depth treatment of a number of significant existing graphics systems, both for user interfaces and for image synthesis. There are theoretical surveys and chapters pointing to new directions in the broad field of computer graphics. Computer language scientists will find a useful critique of object-oriented language constructs and suggested ways to extend object-oriented theory.