CS 428 Computer Graphics

Taught: Fall 2009

Grambling State University, Louisiana, USA
Grambling State University, Louisiana, USA
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Description

We begin this course by covering elementary concepts such as lines, coordinates, pixels, and polygons in chapter 1. The notion of vectors, inner product, vector product, distance between a point and a line and other applied geometrical properties are introduced in chapter 2. Geometric transformations such as translation, rotation, and inverse are laid out in chapter 3. Some basic algorithms such a Bézier curves, and B-spline curve fitting are presented in chapter 4. Perspective transformations are the object of chapter 5. We address in chapter 6, and chapter 7 the notions of hidden lines and hidden faces elimination, respectively. We will conclude in chapter 8 by introducing the concept of fractals including Mandelbrot and Julia sets.

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Textbook

Leen Ammeraal and Kang Zhang, Computer Graphics for Java Programmers, 2nd Edition, John Wiley, © 2007