Stanford CS193p
Developing Applications for iOS
Fall 2011
Stanford CS193p
Fall 2011
Lessons from Walkthrough
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CS193P IPHONE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT
FALL 2011
Assignment I: Calculator
Objective
This assignment has two parts.
The goal of the rst part of the assignment is to recreate the demonstration given in the
second lecture. Not to worry, you will be given v
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Transformations
3 Transformations
3.1 2D Transformations
Given a point cloud, polygon, or sampled parametric curve, we can use transformations for several
purposes:
1. Change coordinate frames (world, window, viewport, device, et
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Coordinate Free Geometry
4 Coordinate Free Geometry
Coordinate free geometry (CFG) is a style of expressing geometric objects and relations that avoids unnecessary reliance on any specific coordinate system. Representing geometri
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Introduction to Graphics
Introduction to Graphics
1.1 Raster Displays
The screen is represented by a 2D array of locations called pixels.
Zooming in on an image made up of pixels
The convention in these notes will follow that o
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Curves
2 Curves
2.1 Parametric Curves
There are multiple ways to represent curves in two dimensions: Explicit: y = f (x), given x, nd y .
Example: The explicit form of a line is y = mx + b. There is a problem with this representa
Project. Due in class, November 28, 2007.
ECE 1508F
Probabilistic Inference Algorithms and Machine Learning
Prof. Brendan Frey, [email protected]
1. Model construction and variable elimination. Think of an interesting toy problem with roughly 6 random