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    • Draft Minutes For October 24, 2006 Meeting, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Faculty Senate Draft Minutes for October 24, 2006
    • Draft Minutes for September 12, 2006 Meeting, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Faculty Senate Draft Minutes for September 12, 2006
    • Draft Minutes for May 16, 2006 Meeting, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Faculty Senate Draft Minutes for May 16, 2006
    • Enhancements to Model-reduced Fluid Simulation 

      Gerszewski, Dan; Kavan, Ladislav; Sloan, Peter-Pike; Bargteil, Adam W. (ACM, 2013-11-06)
      We present several enhancements to model-reduced fluid simulation that allow improved simulation bases and two-way solid-fluid coupling. Specifically, we present a basis enrichment scheme that allows us to combine data ...
    • Automatic Construction of Coarse, High-Quality Tetrahedralizations that Enclose and Approximate Surfaces for Animation 

      Stuart, David A.; Levine, Joshua A.; Jones, Ben; Bargteil, Adam W. (ACM, 2013-11-06)
      Embedding high-resolution surface geometry in coarse control meshes is a standard approach to achieving high-quality computer animation at low computational expense. In this paper we present an effective, automatic method ...
    • Dynamic Sprites 

      Jones, Ben; Popovic, Jovan; McCann, James; Li, Wilmot; Bargteil, Adam (ACM, 2013-11-06)
      Traditional methods for creating dynamic objects and characters from static drawings involve careful tweaking of animation curves and/or simulation parameters. Sprite sheets offer a more drawing-centric solution, but ...
    • Fluid Simulation on Unstructured Quadrilateral Surface Meshes 

      Bhattacharya, Haimasree; Levine, Joshua A.; Bargteil, Adam W.
      In this paper, we present a method for fluid simulation on unstructured quadrilateral surface meshes. We solve the Navier-Stokes equations by performing the traditional steps of fluid simulation, semi-Lagrangian advection ...
    • A Peridynamic Perspective on Spring-Mass Fracture 

      Levine, J. A.; Bargteil, A. W.; Corsi, C.; Tessendorf, J.; Geist, R. (ACM, 2014-07-21)
      The application of spring-mass systems to the animation of brittle fracture is revisited. The motivation arises from the recent popularity of peridynamics in the computational physics community. Peridynamic systems can be ...
    • Strain limiting for clustered shape matching 

      Bargteil, Adam W.; Jones, Ben (ACM, 2014-11-06)
      In this paper, we advocate explicit symplectic Euler integration and strain limiting in a shape matching simulation framework. The resulting approach resembles not only previous work on shape matching and strain limiting, ...
    • Fast simulation of mass-spring systems 

      Liu, Tiantian; Bargteil, Adam W.; O'Brien, James F.; Kavan, Ladislav (ACM, 2013-11)
      We describe a scheme for time integration of mass-spring systems that makes use of a solver based on block coordinate descent. This scheme provides a fast solution for classical linear (Hookean) springs. We express the ...
    • Multiphase Flow of Immiscible Fluids on Unstructured Moving Meshes 

      Misztal, Marek Krzysztof; Erleben, Kenny; Bargteil, Adam; Fursund, Jens; Christensen, Brian Bunch; Bærentzen, Jakob Andreas; Bridson, Robert (IEEE, 2013-07-03)
      In this paper, we present a method for animating multiphase flow of immiscible fluids using unstructured moving meshes. Our underlying discretization is an unstructured tetrahedral mesh, the deformable simplicial complex ...
    • Deformation Embedding for Point-Based Elastoplastic Simulation 

      Jones, Ben; Ward, Stephen; Jallepalli, Ashok; Perenia, Joseph; Bargteil, Adam W. (ACM, 2014-03)
      We present a straightforward, easy-to-implement, point-based approach for animating elastoplastic materials. The core idea of our approach is the introduction of embedded space—the least-squares best fit of the material’s ...
    • Basis enrichment and solid-fluid coupling for model-reduced fluid simulation 

      Gerszewski, Dan; Kavan, Ladislav; Sloan, Peter-Pike; Bargteil, Adam W. (ACM, 2015-03)
      We present several enhancements to model-reduced fluid simulation that allow improved simulation bases and two way solid-fluid coupling. Specifically, we present a basis enrichment scheme that allows us to combine data ...
    • Dynamic Sprites: Artistic Authoring of Interactive Animations 

      Jones, Ben; Popovic, Jovan; McCann, James; Li, Wilmot; Bargteil, Adam (ACM, 2015-03)
      Traditional methods for creating dynamic objects and characters from static drawings involve careful tweaking of animation curves and/or simulation parameters. Sprite sheets offer a more drawing-centric solution, but they ...
    • A Level-set Method for Skinning Animated Particle Data 

      Bhattacharya, Haimasree; Gao, Yue; Bargteil, Adam W. (IEEE, 2014-10-09)
      In this paper, we present a straightforward, easy to implement method for particle skinning—generating surfaces from animated particle data. We cast the problem in terms of constrained optimization and solve the ...
    • Draft Minutes for May 9, 2006 Meeting, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Faculty Senate meeting Draft Minutes for May 9, 2006
    • Draft Conflict of Interest, May 24, 2007, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Draft Conflict of Interest on May 24, 2007
    • Draft conflict Commitment, May 24, 2007, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Faculty Senate Draft Conflict Commitment on May 24, 2007
    • Do Colleges Identify or Develop Intelligence Article, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      "Do Colleges Identify or Develop Intelligence," an article presented to the Faculty Senate in 2006-2007. Article from the Journal of Developmental Education. Please visit the Nabb Research Center to view the file.
    • Deadline for Posting Grades, 2006-2007 

      Salisbury University Faculty Senate
      Faculty Senate meeting about Deadline for Posting Grades for 2006-2007