Theses and Dissertations
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A data structure for a multi-illumination model renderer.
(Monterey, California: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, 1986-12)
The rendering of realistic computer images is important for many scientific, technical and commercial and endeavors. Available literature provides the mathematical models to be utilized by a renderer. Lacking from the ...
A multimedia computer conferencing system.
The purpose of this study is to review the state of interworkstation computer communications, suggest ways in which these communications can be utilized for multimedia computer conferencing, and provide the details of ...
A prototype visual structure editor for Pascal
The development of programming tools for conventional, textual environments has dramatically increased the productivity of the individual programmer, but these environments have been developed to their logical extremes. ...
Surface reconstruction from planar contours
Many applications of computer graphics involve the representation of a three-dimensional solid reconstructed from a sequence of two-dimensional planar contours. Surface construction algorithms accomplish this by mapping ...
Janus/Ada implementation of a star cluster network of personal computers with interface to an EHTERNET LAN allowing access to DDN resources
This thesis demonstrates the viability of implementing a local area network connecting a star cluster of Z-100 personal computers to an ETHERNET local area network and allowing access to a wide area network, ARPANET, ...
An analysis of the INGRES database management system applications program development tools and programming environment.
This study examines the database application programming environment presented by the Applications-By-Forms (ABF) subsytem of the INGRES database managenent system (DBMS). The development of a bibliographical search and ...
Branch Of Service
Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy (6)
Computer Science (6)