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Modern Techniques for Implicit Modeling.
Recent developments in modern implicit surfaces, particularly the use of radial-basis functions, MPUs, and digital Morse theory, plus examples of real-world applications from shape transformation to medical modeling. Lectures include the mathematics of implicit modeling and some formal treatment of smoothness issues and sampling analysis for constrained, interpolating, implicit surfaces. Attendees will acquire an overview of the techniques, a better understanding of the mathematics, an introduction to real-world applications, and a primer on open-source software that is freely available for modeling with implicit surfaces.