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Week1-1---OpenCl - CAP 6701 Spring 2010 Advanced Computer...

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CAP 6701 Spring 2010 Advanced Computer Graphics: Realistic Rendering by Sumanta Pattanaik
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Course Particulars Term: Spring 2010 Times: Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 to 2:45 Place: BA # 205 Instructor: Sumanta Pattanaik, email: [email protected] ph: 407 823 2638 Office Hours: TR from 2:45 to 4:15. At HEC #218. Web Page: https://webcourses.ucf.edu/webct/logon/4798692251121
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Course Prerequisite CAP 5725 or CAP 4720 OpenGL+GLSL programming C programming
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Goal of this Course Realistic Rendering Physically Based High Quality High Complexity
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Topics Ray tracing using OpenCL . Sampling and Reconstruction Reflection Models Materials Light Transport and the Rendering Equation Camera Models, Film, Image Pipeline Solving Rendering Equation Monte Carlo Integration Radiosity Photon Mapping Extension of Rendering Equation and its Solution In participating medium In transluscent medium
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Course Grading Final exam (Total: 25 points) Projects and Home Works (75%) Programming assignment (25% to 50%) Individual Graphics Project (25% to 50%)
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Course Grading (continued) Grades A : 90 – 100, A-: 85 – 90 B+: 80 – 85, B : 75 – 80, B-: 70 – 75 C+: 65 – 70, C : 60 – 65 F: below 60.
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Course Grading (continued) Final Exam: Tuesday, April 27, 2010 (check UCF Final Exam Schedule site for changes if any.) Comprehensive Test
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Course Grading (continued) Regular assignments (like in CAP5725) in the early part of the semester. Student will demo the assignment during office hours. Students will work on the assignment independently. Project / HomeWork (25% to 50%)
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Course Grading (continued) Source language of choice: C or C++. NOTE: Code debugging will be strictly student’s responsibility. APIs of choice: OpenCL and OpenGL+GLSL No partial grading. Student must demonstrate a fully working program. Project / HomeWork (continued)
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Course Grading (continued) Course Computational Requirement: Computer with OpenCL compatible graphics card. For ex: NVIDIA supports OpenCL on GeForce 8000 and above cards. (NOTE: not all 8000 mobile card support OpenCL)
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Course Grading (continued) Individual project: (25-50 points) Project plan must be discussed with the instructor and must be submitted on or before Feb 25. Project completion deadline: April 20 20% of the project points will be awarded on submission of a rough project proposal with three major sub-goals and an implementation plan. 20% on completion of first sub-goals. 20% on completion of Second sub-goal
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Course Grading (continued) Individual project: (….continued) Final project evaluation: April 20 and April 22, during the normal class hours. Total 30% of the project are on project completion, demonstration, and remaining 10% on the class presentation.
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Course Grading (continued) Course Ethics: Student will not submit code written by someone else (or downloaded from internet).
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