Deriving the Formula for
Perspective Projection from the Right Eye
Notes: Right hand coordinate, orthographic view down from +y.
RCOP = right center of projection, d units from the plane.
e/2 = eye separation 1.1 inches.
Goal: find xr given x, z, and d.
D
The Grand Tour in k-Dimensions1
Edward J. Wegman
Center for Computational Statistics
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA 22030
Abstract
The grand tour introduced by Asimov (1985) is based on the idea that one method of searching for structure in ddimensio
Perception, Cognition and
For Graph Design
By
Daniel B. Carr
George Mason University
Overview
The Big picture
Expertise
Guidelines and more examples
Audiences and media
References
Design for the Task
Communication, teaching, learning
Summaries
Visual stor
Generalized Rotation,
Grand and Random Tours
By
Daniel B. Carr
George Mason University
2-D Rotation Via Two Angle Formulas
Rotate Point p1 degrees to point p2
r= sqrt(x12+y12) = |p1|
cos( + ) = cos()cos() sin() sin()
r= sqrt(x22+y22) = |p2|
sin( + ) = sin
Linear Regression:
Matrix Based Estimates and Multivariate Normal Distribution Results
I wish my linear regression class has taught matrix based calculations for coefficients, residuals and case
leverage near the beginning of class, I wish these had shown
Dimension Reduction and Discussion of Variables
1. Dimension Reduction
This discussion covers more than is addressed in class, but provide context for some assignments.
Dimension reduction serves at least two purposes:
1) Developing computationally feasib
File Dimension Reduction
Classical Multidimensional Scaling
and
Principal Components
Note See the Dimension Reduction.pdf for
other approaches.
Note These two approach are often implemented
using Singular Value Decomposition. There will be
anothe