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- @InProceedings{ML03,
- author = "Jennis Meyer-Spradow and J{\"o}rn Loviscach",
- title = "Evolutionary Design of BRDFs",
- booktitle = "Eurographics 2003 Short Paper Proceedings",
- pages = "301--306",
- year = "2003",
- editor = "M. Chover and H. Hagen and D. Tost",
- keywords = "genetic algorithms, genetic programming, GPU",
- URL = "http://viscg.uni-muenster.de/publications/2003/ML03/evolutionary_web.pdf",
- size = "6 pages",
- abstract = "The look of a non-transparent material is determined by its bidirectional reflection distribution function (BRDF). To design 3-D objects for example for games or animation films thus includes to design BRDFs. However, as functions defined on a four-dimensional domain, these form a vast space that is very difficult to explore interactively. Typically, the infinite number of degrees of freedom is reduced to a tractable handful of parameters by introducing simplified physical models or heuristic approximations such as Phong's As the complexity of such approaches increases, they become difficult to master for a human operator. Even if many parameters are made accessible, an infinite variety of useful and/or interesting BRDFs remains hidden and inaccessible. We therefore propose a method of constructing BRDFs through genetic programming with a human operator making choices based on his or her preferences. With the pixel shader programmability of modern graphics cards this can be performed in real time.",
- notes = "http://viscg.uni-muenster.de/publications/2003/ML03/ OpenGL nVidia GeForce FX 5800 fragment pixel shader assembler programs Instruction set: ADD add two vectors COS cosine of a scalar DP3 dot product using three components DP4 dot product using four components DST auxiliary operation for light attenuation EX2 the number 2 raised to a power given by a scalar LRP linear interpolation of two vectors MAD multiply and add vectors MOV copy vector to another register MUL multiply two vectors component-wise SIN sine of a scalar SUB subtract one vector from another X2D affine 2-D transform using two vectors. 25 frames per second. Up to 100 instructions",
- }

Genetic Programming entries for Jennis Meyer-Spradow Jorn Loviscach