Final Exam 09

4 points 20 draw a set of polygons that cannot be

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Unformatted text preview: de, will the Jacobian have rank less than, greater than, or equal to two? 3 points When will the this system’s Jacobian be fully invertable? 3 points Final Exam CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics Fall 2009 Prof. James O’Brien page 12 of 16 19. Name two types of useful image effects that would require shooting more than one ray per pixel in a ray-tracer. 4 points 20. Draw a set of polygons that cannot be sorted in front-to-back order. 3 points 21. Consider the two diagrams below. All four surfaces are identical ideal diffuse reflectors. In each diagram circle the surface that will appear brighter to the observer. 4 points Diagram #1 Diagram #2 Final Exam CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics Fall 2009 Prof. James O’Brien page 13 of 16 22. The two images below show two 12 point versions of the letter “A” that have been significantly enlarged. Concisely explain the most likely difference between the two fonts used in the images. 4 points Assignmen Poin 23. The following equation describes how the radiosity at patch...
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