Challenges in grammar-based procedural modeling of interiors

Martin Ilčík
Challenges in grammar-based procedural modeling of interiors, 4. February 2014, High Visual Computing (HiVisComp) 2014, Pec pod Snezkou, Czech Republic

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  • Publication Type: WorkshopTalk
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  • Date: 4. February 2014
  • Event: High Visual Computing (HiVisComp) 2014
  • Lecturer: Martin Ilčík
  • Location: Pec pod Snezkou, Czech Republic
  • Keywords: object placement, formal grammars, procedural modling, ideas, architecture

Abstract

While the creation of convincing cityscapes is a well researched problemm, there is a lack of robust and efficient techniques for modeling the interior of buildings. I my talk, I will introduce a recently started research project on Data-Driven Procedural Modeling of Interiors. In particular, I will focus on challenges for the subdivision of the interior space into rooms, placement of furniture and procedural generation of furniture pieces. Our preliminary results show first succesful extensions and generalizations to commonly used grammar-based approaches like the CGA-Shape or G^2 grammars.

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@WorkshopTalk{ilcik-2014-cgbpmi,
  title =      "Challenges in grammar-based procedural modeling of interiors",
  author =     "Martin Il\v{c}\'{i}k",
  year =       "2014",
  abstract =   "While the creation of convincing cityscapes is a well
               researched problemm, there is a lack of robust and efficient
               techniques for modeling the interior of buildings. I my
               talk, I will introduce a recently started research project
               on Data-Driven Procedural Modeling of Interiors. In
               particular, I will focus on challenges for the subdivision
               of the interior space into rooms, placement of furniture and
               procedural generation of furniture pieces. Our preliminary
               results show first succesful extensions and generalizations
               to commonly used grammar-based approaches like the CGA-Shape
               or G^2 grammars.",
  month =      feb,
  event =      "High Visual Computing (HiVisComp) 2014",
  location =   "Pec pod Snezkou, Czech Republic",
  keywords =   "object placement, formal grammars, procedural modling,
               ideas, architecture",
  URL =        "/research/publications/2014/ilcik-2014-cgbpmi/",
}