Modeling and Editing Flows Using Advected Radial Basis Functions (bibtex)
by Pighin, Frédéric, Cohen, Jonathan and Shah, Maurya
Abstract:
uid simulations are notoriously difficult to predict and control. As a result, authoring fluid flows often involves a tedious trial and error process. There is to date no convenient way of editing a fluid after it has been simulated. In particular, the Eulerian approach to fluid simulation is not suitable for flow editing since it does not provide a convenient spatio-temporal parameterization of the simulated flows. In this research, we develop a new technique to learn such parameterization. This technique is based on a new representation, the Advected Radial Basis Function. It is a time-varying kernel that models the local properties of the fluid. We describe this representation and demonstrate its use for interactive three-dimensional flow editing.
Reference:
Modeling and Editing Flows Using Advected Radial Basis Functions (Pighin, Frédéric, Cohen, Jonathan and Shah, Maurya), In Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH/Eurographics Symposium on Computer Animation, 2004.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{pighin_modeling_2004,
	address = {Grenoble, France},
	title = {Modeling and {Editing} {Flows} {Using} {Advected} {Radial} {Basis} {Functions}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Modeling%20and%20Editing%20Flows%20Using%20Advected%20Radial%20Basis%20Functions.pdf},
	abstract = {uid simulations are notoriously difficult to predict and control. As a result, authoring fluid flows often involves a tedious trial and error process. There is to date no convenient way of editing a fluid after it has been simulated. In particular, the Eulerian approach to fluid simulation is not suitable for flow editing since it does not provide a convenient spatio-temporal parameterization of the simulated flows. In this research, we develop a new technique to learn such parameterization. This technique is based on a new representation, the Advected Radial Basis Function. It is a time-varying kernel that models the local properties of the fluid. We describe this representation and demonstrate its use for interactive three-dimensional flow editing.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of {ACM} {SIGGRAPH}/{Eurographics} {Symposium} on {Computer} {Animation}},
	author = {Pighin, Frédéric and Cohen, Jonathan and Shah, Maurya},
	month = aug,
	year = {2004}
}
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