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|Title:||A SURVEY OF LAYERED CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES USING DEFORMABLE MODELS IN THE ANIMATION OF ARTICULATED FIGURES|
|Abstract:||A survey on layered construction techniques using deformable models such as muscle, fatty tissue or skin in the animation of articulated figures is presented. The main goal is to describe the present layered construction techniques and to identify the relationships between them in the application to a range of issues in the animation of articulated figures including geometric deformation models and biomechanic based models used to model and to animate parts of the bodies of humans and animals. Finally, some open problems and trends in the utilization of such techniques are presented.|
|Appears in Collections:||Wyvill, Brian|
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