Procedural Modeling with Shape Grammars

Martin Ilčík
Procedural Modeling with Shape Grammars, 4. October 2013, Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University, Bratislava

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  • Publication Type: Invited Talk
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  • Date: 2013
  • Date (from): 4. October 2013
  • Date (to): 4. October 2013
  • Event: Seminar of the Institute of Computer Science
  • Location: Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius University, Bratislava

Abstract

Formal languages are used in all areas of computer science including computer graphics. I will focus on procedural modeling, which provides means for automated design and generation of 3D models using grammars. Repeating, symmetric and similar parts of models can be easily encoded. However, abstract description of irregular geometry is connected with several difficult and interesting problems. Starting with well known L-Systems, I will guide you through the world of shape generating grammars up to the state of the art layered concepts. At the end, I will show examples how to model plants, houses and furniture.

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BibTeX

@talk{ilcik-2013-pmsg,
  title =      "Procedural Modeling with Shape Grammars",
  author =     "Martin Il\v{c}\'{i}k",
  year =       "2013",
  abstract =   "Formal languages are used in all areas of computer science
               including computer graphics. I will focus on procedural
               modeling, which provides means for automated design and
               generation of 3D models using grammars. Repeating, symmetric
               and similar parts of models can be easily encoded. However,
               abstract description of irregular geometry is connected with
               several difficult and interesting problems. Starting with
               well known L-Systems, I will guide you through the world of
               shape generating grammars up to the state of the art layered
               concepts. At the end, I will show examples how to model
               plants, houses and furniture.",
  event =      "Seminar of the Institute of Computer Science",
  location =   "Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius
               University, Bratislava",
  URL =        "https://www.cg.tuwien.ac.at/research/publications/2013/ilcik-2013-pmsg/",
}