tesselation


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tesselation

tessellation [ˌtesɪˈleɪʃən] Nmosaico m
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It covers languages, libraries, and installation and configuration; the OpenGL graphics pipeline; mathematical foundations; managing 3D graphics data; texture mapping; 3D models; lighting; shadows; enhancing surface detail; parametric surfaces; tesselation; geometry shaders; and other techniques.
It's an Apple-designed GPU that can do tesselation and multi-layer rendering up to 50 percent faster and provide lossless memory compression.
(2011) propose a localized sensor deployment algorithm that relies on locally computable hexagonal tesselation for optimal coverage formation.
Mechanical properties of open cell foams: Simulations by laguerre tesselation procedure.
Along with improvements and speed increases across many features, additional enhancements have been made to the SolidWorks importer adding improved tesselation and material mapping.
Litzlberg am Attersee is a real gem of a painting--or perhaps more a mosaic--its composition structured by a loose tesselation of lush, cool blue and green brushstrokes punctuated by the bright orange of the roofs of the lakeside houses (Fig 1).
But we have already achieved this tesselation earlier with the binary rotation groups when we considered the discrete internal symmetry space mapped to the Riemann sphere, so we know the result.
Examples of structural features are features of Voronoi tesselation [27], representations using graphs[28], representations using grammars [22] and representations using association rules [23].
Quilt patterns in Christine Porter's Tesselation Quilts (0715319418 $24.99) make the most of tessellation ideas, showing how to create the best results from different sequencing choices.
The apparent absence of arresting sententiae, learned importations, or rhetorical treasures from Webster's commonplace book is probably due in some measure to a genre that allowed less freedom or opportunity for the idiosyncratically industrious tesselation of materials that marks the dramatist's style elsewhere.