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Weathering effects

Jianye Lu

Jianye is a PhD candidate in Computer Science Department at Yale University. He expects to receive his PhD degree in December 2009. Before he joined the Yale Graphics Lab, he received his bachelor and master degrees in Computer Science from Tsinghua University, China, in 2000 and 2002, respectively.

His research interests include material weathered appearance modeling, architecture reconstruction, and sketch-based modeling.

If you wish to know more about him, here are his resume and his personal page.

Selected Publications
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A Psychophysical Study of Dominant Texture Detection
Jianye Lu, Alexandra Garr-Schultz, Julie Dorsey, and Holly Rushmeier
Technical Report, Yale/DCS/TR-1417, June 2009

Studies in Texture Generation of Weathered Appearance from Captured Data
Jianye Lu
PhD Thesis, Yale University, May 2009

Dominant Texture and Diffusion Distance Manifolds
Jianye Lu, Julie Dorsey, and Holly Rushmeier
Eurographics 2009

Context-Aware Textures
Jianye Lu, Athinodoros S. Georghiades, Andreas Glaser, Hongzhi Wu, Li-Yi Wei, Baining Guo, Julie Dorsey, and Holly Rushmeier
ACM Trans. on Graphics, vol 26, issue 1 (January 2007)

Synthesis of Material Drying History: Phenomenon Modeling, Transferring and Rendering
Jianye Lu, Athinodoros Georghiades, Holly Rushmeier, Julie Dorsey, and Chen Xu
Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena 2005

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    CPSC179 Digital Photorealism, by Julie Dorsey, spring 2007/08.
    CPSC478 Computer Graphics, by Holly Rushmeier, spring 2005.
    CPSC479 Rendering Techniques, by Julie Dorsey, fall 2004.

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Reading Notes
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Principles of Design Drawing: "Skillful technique is of little value, however, unless accompanied by an understanding of the perceptual principles on which these techniques are based. Even as electronic media evolve and augment traditional drawing methods, enabling us to transfer ideas onto the computer screen and develop them into three-dimensional models, drawing remains a cognitive process that involves perceptive seeing and visual thinking." - Francis D.K. Ching with Steven P. Juroszek, Design Drawing

Non-Photorealistic Rendering: "... Defined by what it is not, non-photorealistic rendering brings art and science together, concentrating less on the process and more on communicating the content of the images." - Bruce Gooch and Amy Gooch, Non-Photorealistic Rendering

Hierarchies of scale: "..., the size of the sampled region indicates the scale of the phenomena being sampled, and suggests the precision needed to evaluate the sample." - A.S.Glassner, Principles of Digital Image Synthesis

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