<CS 184 Midterm (Fall 1990)
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Computer Science Division
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CS 184 Foundations of Computer Graphics
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CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics
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Prof. James OBrien
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CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics
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Midterm Exam
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CS 184 - Spring 1998 FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER GRAPHICS Prof. C.H.Sequin
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CS 184 Quiz #1 Spring 1998
CS 184, Spring 1998
Quiz #1
Professor C.H. Sequin
Problem #1(6 points)
Which of the devices below are calligraphic (vector-drawing)? -> Circle the correct answer.
YES NO Penplotter.
YES NO Liquid Crystal Displays.
YES NO Plasma
CS 184, Final, Spring 2001
CS 184, Spring 2001
Final
Professors Brian A. Barsky and James F. O'Brien
Problem #3
(a) [4 points] In the scene below, label the brightest spot on the object assuming that it has a diffuse
(Lambertian) surface.
(b) [4 points] L
CS184, Midterm 1, Spring 2001
Spring 2001 CS184 Midterm 01
Problem 1 [1 point]
Did you write your name on the front of this exam?
Problem 2 [5 points]
When performing perspective projection, which sets of parallel lines will NOT have a banishing point?
Pr
R AY T RACING AND R ADIOMETRY
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CS184: C OMPUTER G RAPHICS AND I MAGING
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Ray-Triangle Intersection
Given a mesh representation of an object, we would like to render it onto a display. To
do so, we need to know which parts of the object
S PLINES AND C URVES
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CS184: C OMPUTER G RAPHICS AND I MAGING
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Polynomial interpolation
In polynomial interpolation, our goal is to fit a polynomial given some information about
points and derivatives of the desired curve. As seen in le
T RANSFORMS AND T EXTURE M APPING
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CS184: C OMPUTER G RAPHICS AND I MAGING
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Basic Transforms
In this class, we study a variety of basic transformations that are common throughout
graphics applications: rotation, translation, scaling, re
P ROBABILITY AND M ONTE C ARLO E STIMATORS
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CS184: C OMPUTER G RAPHICS AND I MAGING
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Inversion Method
Recall the inversion method from class. Given a uniform random variable U in the interval [0, 1], we can generate a random variable f
H ALF -E DGES AND R AY-S URFACE I NTERSECTION
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CS184: C OMPUTER G RAPHICS AND I MAGING
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The Half-edge Data Structure
The half-edge data structure is a powerful representation used for polygon meshes. In
addition to the familiar vertice
Final Exam
CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics
Fall 2009
Prof. James OBrien
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The exam begins at 5:10pm and ends at 8:00pm. You must turn your exam in when time is an
CS 184, Final, Spring 2001
CS 184, Spring 2001
Final
Professors Brian A. Barsky and James F. O'Brien
Problem #3
(a) [4 points] In the scene below, label the brightest spot on the object assuming that it has a diffuse
(Lambertian) surface.
(b) [4 points] L
Final Exam
CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics
Spring 2008
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The exam begins at 12:40pm and ends at 3:30pm.
nounced or risk not having it accepted.
CS184 Midterm 1 (Fall 1992)
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Computer Science 184 - Computer Graphics Fall 1992 - Midterm Exam
Professor Brian A Bark
CS 184 Midterm (Fall 94)
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA College of Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences Computer Science Division
Computer Science 184 - Foundations of Computer Graphics
Fall 1994 - Midterm Exam
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CS 184, Midterm Exam #1, Fall 1996
CS 184, Fall 1996 Midterm #1 Professor: unknown
Problem #1, Transformations (8pts) All questions assume a right handed coordinate system. Circle the correct answer: (2 pts each) a) In 3 space, two rotations about
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CS184, Fall 1997 Midterm #1 Professor Brian A. Barksy
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Foundations of Computer Graphics CS184
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CS 184
Problem Clipping (8 pts.)
Midterm 1
Fall 2004
Prof. Sequin
For the figure below list all the line segments that can be trivially culled away in the first step based on their "outcodes" in a Cohen-Sutherland line clipping algorithm. These line segme
CS 184 Quiz #1 Spring 1998
CS 184, Spring 1998
Quiz #1
Professor C.H. Sequin
Problem #1(6 points)
Which of the devices below are calligraphic (vector-drawing)? -> Circle the correct answer.
YES NO Penplotter.
YES NO Liquid Crystal Displays.
YES NO Plas
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Problem #1 (8 pts.) - Clipping
For the figure below list all the line segments that can be trivially culled away in the first step
based on their "outcodes" in a Cohen-Sutherland line clipping algorithm.
These line segments can be trivia
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Dept. EECS/CS Div.
CS 184 - Spring 1998 FOUNDATIONS OF COMPUTER GRAPHICS Prof. C.H.Sequin
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CS 184 Computer Graphics Midterm 1 1. Answer True/False: (1 point each)
Each of the three types of color receptors in the eye is sensitive to a single frequency of light. A shear transformation can be decomposed into a series of rotations and scale transf
C OLOR AND I MAGING
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CS184: C OMPUTER G RAPHICS AND I MAGING
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Cameras and Lenses
1.1 Terminology
When dealing with cameras and lenses, it is easy to get bogged down by the various terms
and mix up how they all relate to one another. Some