
The exam is on Wednesday (July 11), 10:0012:00 in M/1011. For the students Mr. Lee provides office hours daily 13:3014:30 from July 5 (Thursday) to July 10 (Tuesday).
Teaching Staff:
Lecture:
Prof. Dr. Joachim Stöckler
Section time and place:

Monday, 10:1511:45, M/1011

Wednesday, 10:1511:45, M/1011
Contact:
Tutorial:
M.S. KyoungYong Lee
Section time and place:

Wednesday, 14:1515:45, M/919
Contact:
Prerequisites: Numerical Analysis, knowledge about Matlab.
Content of the lecture:
The course gives an introduction to the representation of geometrical objects in computer systems and their manipulation.
The representation of curves and surfaces in various graphical systems is based on polynomials, splines and NURBS (nonuniform rational Bsplines). The course gives an elementary introduction to the geometric properties of such representations and furnishes some mathematical background for geometrical algorithms such as: subdivision, projection, surfacesurface intersection. Numerical techniques for data fitting by curves and surfaces are explained.
Textbook:

H. Prautzsch, W. Böhm, M. Paluszny, Bezier and BSpline Techniques (Mathematics and Visualization), SpringerVerlag, 2001
Next continuative lecture:
Multivariate Interpolation and Approximation (Winter semester 2007/08)
Lecture notes in PDF format:
Assignments in PDF format:
Matlab files:
 