CMSC 791C:

Advanced Topics in Computer Science
Computer Graphics, Visualization, Animation, and Procedural Techniques

Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department
University of Maryland Baltimore County

Spring 1996

Time: M, W, 2:30 - 3:45, ECS 210

Instructor: Dr. David S. Ebert , 214 ECS

Phone: 455-3541.

Spring '95 Syllabus

Description: This course will cover advanced topics in computer graphics. The emphasis will be on scientific visualization, animation, procedural modeling, and procedural texturing. The format for the course will be group discussions of papers and some lectures by the instructor and outside experts in the field. The grading will be based on participation in class and a class project. Class projects may be done individually or in groups. Projects have the potential of leading to work that forms the basis of a Master's project or Ph.D. research topic. A partial list of topics includes the following:

Tentative Schedule

Tentative Outside Speakers

Textbook: None, but the following books may be useful as references.

Project Schedule The tentative Schedule for the projects will be the following:


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