His main research concerns Geometry, Algorithm, Computer graphics, Surface and Rendering. His work carried out in the field of Geometry brings together such families of science as Approximation algorithm and Mathematical analysis, Piecewise. His Algorithm research includes themes of Polygon mesh, Speedup, Euclidean space and Machining.
His Computer graphics research incorporates elements of Artificial intelligence, Solid modeling and Computer vision. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Surface, narrowing it down to issues related to the Geometric modeling, and often Representation. Gershon Elber interconnects Sketch, Digital image, Computer graphics and Line art in the investigation of issues within Rendering.
Gershon Elber mostly deals with Geometry, Algorithm, Surface, Computation and Artificial intelligence. In his study, Discrete mathematics is inextricably linked to Piecewise, which falls within the broad field of Geometry. The Algorithm study combines topics in areas such as Bézier curve, Solid modeling, Convex hull, Tensor product and Mathematical optimization.
His Surface study also includes
His primary areas of study are Algorithm, Geometry, Tensor product, Computation and Surface. Gershon Elber combines subjects such as Piecewise linear function, Basis function, Numerical control, Mathematical optimization and Robustness with his study of Algorithm. The study incorporates disciplines such as Zero and Computational geometry in addition to Mathematical optimization.
His Geometry research incorporates themes from Trimming, Planar, Bounding volume hierarchy and Numerical stability. His Computation research integrates issues from Computer engineering, Computer graphics, Biarc, Graphics and Visibility. His studies deal with areas such as Bilinear interpolation, Boundary, Mathematical analysis and Parallel algorithm as well as Surface.
His primary scientific interests are in Algorithm, Numerical control, Mathematical optimization, Geometry and Machining. His study in Algorithm is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Piecewise linear function, Tensor product, Basis function, Isogeometric analysis and Robustness. His Tensor product study incorporates themes from Ruled surface, Surface, Bilinear interpolation, Euclidean space and Parallel algorithm.
His studies in Mathematical optimization integrate themes in fields like Zero, Computational geometry, Polynomial and Piecewise. Gershon Elber has included themes like Trimming, Bounding volume hierarchy and Dynamic programming in his Geometry study. His Machining study combines topics in areas such as Point, Line and Cutting tool.
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Geometric Modeling with Splines: An Introduction
Elaine Cohen;Richard F. Riesenfeld;Gershon Elber.
Toolpath generation for freeform surface models
Gershon Elber;Elaine Cohen.
Computer-aided Design (1994)
Inferring 3D models from freehand sketches and constraints
Lynn Eggli;Ching-yao Hsu;Beat D Brüderlin;Gershon Elber.
Computer-aided Design (1997)
Geometric constraint solver using multivariate rational spline functions
Gershon Elber;Myung-Soo Kim.
acm symposium on solid modeling and applications (2001)
A comparison of Gaussian and mean curvatures estimation methods on triangular meshes
T. Surazhsky;E. Magid;O. Soldea;G. Elber.
international conference on robotics and automation (2003)
Three-dimensional freeform sculpting via zero sets of scalar trivariate functions
Alon Raviv;Gershon Elber.
Computer-aided Design (2000)
Comparing offset curve approximation methods
G. Elber;In-Kwon Lee;Myung-Soo Kim;Myung-Soo Kim;Myung-Soo Kim.
IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (1997)
Planar curve offset based on circle approximation
In Kwon Lee;Myung Soo Kim;Gershon Elber.
Computer-aided Design (1996)
Polynomial/rational approximation of Minkowski sum boundary curves
In-Kwon Lee;Myung-Soo Kim;Gershon Elber.
Graphical Models and Image Processing (1998)
ERROR BOUNDED VARIABLE DISTANCE OFFSET OPERATOR FOR FREE FORM CURVES AND SURFACES
Gershon Elber;Elaine Cohen.
International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications (1991)
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