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This Handbook fills the gaps of Open Geometry by explaining new methods, techniques and various examples. One its main strengths is that it enables the reader to learn about Open Geometry by working through examples. In addition, it includes a complete compendium of all the Open Geometry classes and their methods. Open Geometry will be of great attraction to those who want to start graphics programming.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This Handbook fills the gaps of Open Geometry by explaining new methods, techniques and various examples. One its main strengths is that it enables the reader to learn about Open Geometry by working through examples. In addition, it includes a complete compendium of all the Open Geometry classes and their methods. Open Geometry will be of great attraction to those who want to start graphics programming.

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Autorenporträt
Univ.Prof. Dr. Georg Glaeser wurde 1955 in St.Johann im Pongau (Salzburg) geboren. 1973-78 Studium der Mathematik und Geometrie in Wien, Promotion und Habilitation aus Computergeometrie an der TU Wien. 1986/87 Gastprofessur an der Princeton University. Seit 1998 ordentlicher Professor an der Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien.
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"The present book is a comprehensive reference on the practice of geometrics and graphics programming. It is based on and utilizes the industry-standard open-source graphics API, Open GL®. ... This handbook is written for both beginners and advanced OPEN GEOMETRY users, using any standard computer operating system ... . They will learn how to use these methods and classes and apply them in theoretical and practical applications ... as well as create their own easily programmed extensions using C++ language." (G. Ciobanasu, Zentralblatt MATH, Issue 1008, 2003)