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Your Signature: ____________________________________ Date: ____________________________________ Student ID: ____________________________________ Total Points: 106 + 5 You Scored: ________ + Extra ________ Final Exam CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics
Fall 2008
Prof. James O’Brien 1. Please fill in each of the blanks with an appropriate answer. page 2 of 15 2 points each blank, 80 Total The Euler integration scheme tends to cause simulations to “blow up.” The implicit version of this
scheme, known as _________________, is much more stable but has a tendency to damp
motions artificially.
Implicit integration schemes make use of the accelerations at the ____________ of each simulation timestep. _________________ algorithms we discussed in class involve numerical root finding for a set
of nonlinear equations and are often used for posing animated characters. ________________ colors consist of light at a single wavelengh.
________________ motion capture systems make use of multiple cameras to determine the
location of retroreflective markers. ________________ motion capture systems use trackers that return orientation and position
information.
The pseudo inverse of a matrix can be computed using the ________________ algorithm.
Standard kinematic algorithms assume that articulated structures will have the topology of a ________________.
The ________________ vectors of an parametric surface generally can be used to compute
the surface normal.
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 Fall '08
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 Computer Graphics

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