サブチェンコ ウラディミール Savchenko Vladimir

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Hosei University (2011年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • Mesh Segmentation Using the Platonic Solids

    Savchenko Maria , Diago Luis A. , Savchenko Vladimir , Egorova Olga , Hagiwara Ichiro

      Mesh segmentation has become an important step in model understanding and can be used as a useful tool for different applications, for instance, modeling, computer aided design (CAD), and …

    Transaction of the Japan Society for Simulation Technology 3(1), 1-10, 2011

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  • Tetrahedral Mesh Reduction Technique

    SAVCHENKO Maria , EGOROVA Olga , HAGIWARA Ichiro , SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    Mesh simplification (decimation) refers to reducing the number of vertices and elements in an initial mesh while preserving the appearance of the dataset. In either case, some degree of simplification …

    Journal of Computational Science and Technology 3(1), 183-195, 2009

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  • Topology and Geometry of Hexahedral Complex: Combined Approach for Hexahedral Meshing

    EGOROVA Olga , SAVCHENKO Maria , SAVCHENKO Vladimir , HAGIWARA Ichiro

    In present paper a new approach for hexahedral mesh generation is suggested. The process of hexahedral mesh generation for an arbitrary volume is an open subject. Two main stages exist: determining to …

    Journal of Computational Science and Technology 3(1), 171-182, 2009

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  • A Software System for Filling Complex Holes in 3D Meshes by Flexible Interacting Particles

    YAMAZAKI Daisuke , SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    3D meshes generated by acquisition devices such as laser range scanners often contain holes due to occlusion, etc. In practice, these holes are extremely geometrically and topologically complex. We pr …

    Journal of Computational Science and Technology 2(4), 655-668, 2008

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  • 927 MESH SEGMENTATION BY APPLYING THE PLATONIC SOLIDS

    Savchenko Maria , Egorova Olga , Diago Luis , Hagiwara I. , Shinoda J. , Savchenko Vladimir

    Mesh segmentation has become an important step in model understanding and can be used as a useful tool for different applications, for instance, modeling and reverse engineering. We present mesh segme …

    The Proceedings of The Computational Mechanics Conference 2008.21(0), 375-376, 2008

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  • Techniques for Improving the Quality of Tetrahedral Meshes

    SAVCHENKO Maria , EGOROVA Olga , HAGIWARA Ichiro , SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    Transactions of the Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan 38(2), 299-306, 2007-03-12

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  • Trends and Solutions in CAD/CG

    SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    The past and current trends in CAD/CG are discussed. An overview of the approach used in our ongoing project is given. Our final goal is primarily focused on developing a shape modeling system for sol …

    JSME International Journal Series C 48(2), 184-196, 2005-06-15

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  • 2D Local Sample-Based Interpolation as a Tool for Approximation of 3D Point Sets

    SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    We describe a novel algorithm for local approximation of scattered surface points, implementing a 2D finite element interpolation algorithm in combination with approximation of coordinates using quadr …

    JSME International Journal Series C 48(2), 176-183, 2005-06-15

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  • An Approach to Improving Triangular Surface Mesh

    SAVCHENKO Maria , EGOROVA Olga , HAGIWARA Ichiro , SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    Our method is based on an implementation of quasi-statistical modeling for improving meshes by producing mesh elements with modeled values of different mesh quality parameters. In this paper we implem …

    JSME International Journal Series C 48(2), 137-148, 2005-06-15

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  • Hexahedral Mesh Improvement Algorithm

    SAVCHENKO Maria , EGOROVA Olga , HAGIWARA Ichiro , SAVCHENKO Vladimir

    In this paper, we present a novel method, based on an implementation of quasi-statistical modeling, for improving hexahedral solid mesh. A method for improving meshes by producing elements with a Gaus …

    JSME International Journal Series C 48(2), 130-136, 2005-06-15

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  • A New Approach for Improvement of Polygonal Meshes Representing Surfaces with Sharp Edges and Boundaries

    SEMENOVA I. , SAVCHENKO Vladimir , HAGIWARA Ichiro

    In this paper, we introduce a new approach to surface mesh improvement problem. In contrast to previous methods we do not tend to preserve new mesh vertices on the original discrete surface. Instead o …

    JSME International Journal Series C 48(2), 122-129, 2005-06-15

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  • 3D Freeform Design--CyberGloveを用いたパペットのアニメーション  [in Japanese]

    佐藤 晶威 , Savchenko Vladimir , 大渕 竜太郎

    研究会講演予稿 210, 21-28, 2004-05-21

  • Using CSRBF for Surface Retouching  [in Japanese]

    KOJEKINE NIKITA , TANIGUCHI YUKI , HAGIWARA ICHIRO , SAVCHENKO VLADIMIR

    We employ the method of compactly supported radial basis functions (CSRBF) for a problem of fulfillment of damaged surface areas. In this paper we propose a new technique based on the method of CSRBF …

    IPSJ journal 45(4), 1202-1211, 2004-04-15

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  • 3D Freeform Design:- Puppet Animation by the Use of CyberGlove -

    SATO Masatake , SAVCHENKO Vladimir , OHBUCHI Ryutarou

    This paper presents an approach to realize a tool for interactive and intuitive deformation of 3D shapes, to be used, for example as a character animation tool. The approach combines a fast algorithm …

    Reports of the Technical Conference of the Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan 04-01(0), 21-28, 2004

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  • 530 Improvement of Polygonal Meshes Representing Surfaces with Sharp Edges and Boundaries

    SEMENOVA Irina , SAVCHENKO Vladimir , HAGIWARA Ichiro , 篠田 淳一

    In this paper, we introduce a new approach to surface mesh improvement problem. In contrast to previous methods we do not tend to preserve new mesh vertices on the original discrete surface. Instead o …

    The Proceedings of the Dynamics & Design Conference 2004(0), _530-1_-_530-5_, 2004

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  • Problems And Solutions in CAD

    Savchenko Vladimir

    A review of the past and current trends in CAD is presented. An approach used in our ongoing project is discussed. Our final goal is primarily focused on developing a shape modeling system for solving …

    The Proceedings of The Computational Mechanics Conference 2004.17(0), 207-208, 2004

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  • New approach to surface mesh improvement problem

    Semenova Irnia , Savchenko Vladimir , Hagiwara Ichiro

    In this paper, we introduce a new approach to surface mesh improvement problem. In contrast to previous methods we do not tend to preserve new mesh vertices on the original discrete surface. Instead o …

    The Proceedings of Design & Systems Conference 2004.14(0), 101-102, 2004

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  • Simple CSRBF animation system with movement interpolation and collision detection

    Kozhekin Nikita , Hagiwara Ichiro , Senin Mikhail , Savchenko Vladimir

    In this paper we propose that CSRBFs offer a mechanism to get extrapolated points of a deformed surface for various parts of an object under consideration and demonstrate plausible deformations. The p …

    The Proceedings of Design & Systems Conference 2004.14(0), 99-100, 2004

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  • 804 MESH EDITING TOOLKIT BASED ON CSRBF

    Kojekine Nikita , Savchenko Vladimir , Hagiwara Ichiro

    In this paper, we describe a fast practical method for surface modification of geometric objects defined by polygonal meshes. A space-mapping technique is used to transform a given or damaged part of …

    The Proceedings of The Computational Mechanics Conference 2002.15(0), 733-734, 2002

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