Ronald N. Goldman

Ron Goldman

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73EENing Song, Ron Goldman: mu-bases for polynomial systems in one variable. Computer Aided Geometric Design 26(2): 217-230 (2009)
72EELaurent Busé, Ron Goldman: Division algorithms for Bernstein polynomials. Computer Aided Geometric Design 25(9): 850-865 (2008)
71EERon Goldman: After the revolution: Geometric algebra for Computer Scientists in the twenty-first century. Computer-Aided Design 40(5): 655-656 (2008)
70EENing Song, Falai Chen, Ron Goldman: Axial moving lines and singularities of rational planar curves. Computer Aided Geometric Design 24(4): 200-209 (2007)
69EEStefanie Hahmann, Guido Brunnett, Gerald E. Farin, Ron Goldman: Editorial: Special issue on Geometric Modeling (Dagstuhl 2005). Computing 79(2-4): 99 (2007)
68EERichard P. Gabriel, Ron Goldman: Conscientious software. OOPSLA 2006: 433-450
67EEMing Zhang, Liqun Wang, Ronald N. Goldman: Bézier Subdivision for Inverse Molecular Kinematics. Int. J. Comput. Geometry Appl. 16(5-6): 513-532 (2006)
66 Scott Schaefer, David Levin, Ron Goldman: Subdivision Schemes and Attractors. Symposium on Geometry Processing 2005: 171-180
65EEMing Zhang, R. Allen White, Liqun Wang, Ronald N. Goldman, Lydia E. Kavraki, Brendan Hassett: Improving conformational searches by geometric screening. Bioinformatics 21(5): 624-630 (2005)
64EERon Goldman: Curvature formulas for implicit curves and surfaces. Computer Aided Geometric Design 22(7): 632-658 (2005)
63EERonald N. Goldman: Multisided arrays of control points for multisided Bezier patches. Computer Aided Geometric Design 2004: 243-261
62EERonald N. Goldman: The Fractal Nature of Bezier Curves. GMP 2004: 3-11
61EEAmit Khetan, Ning Song, Ron Goldman: Sylvester-resultants for bivariate polynomials with planar newton polygons. ISSAC 2004: 205-212
60EERon Goldman, Scott Schaefer, Tao Ju: Turtle geometry in computer graphics and computer-aided design. Computer-Aided Design 36(14): 1471-1482 (2004)
59EETao Ju, Scott Schaefer, Ron Goldman: Recursive turtle programs and iterated affine transformations. Computers & Graphics 28(6): 991-1004 (2004)
58EERonald N. Goldman, Wenping Wang: Using Invariants To Extract Geometric Characteristics Of Conic Sections From Rational Quadratic Parameterizations. Int. J. Comput. Geometry Appl. 14(3): 161-187 (2004)
57EERon Goldman: Computer Graphics in its Fifth Decade: Ferment at the Foundations. Pacific Conference on Computer Graphics and Applications 2003: 4-21
56EEWenping Wang, Ronald N. Goldman, Changhe Tu: Enhancing Levin's method for computing quadric-surface intersections. Computer Aided Geometric Design 20(7): 401-422 (2003)
55EERon Goldman: Deriving Linear Transformations in Three Dimensions. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 23(3): 66-71 (2003)
54EERon Goldman: On the algebraic and geometric foundations of computer graphics. ACM Trans. Graph. 21(1): 52-86 (2002)
53EERonald N. Goldman, Géraldine Morin: The affine invariant analytic blossom. Computer Aided Geometric Design 19(8): 621-623 (2002)
52EEWenping Wang, Barry Joe, Ronald N. Goldman: Computing quadric surface intersections based on an analysis of plane cubic curves. Graphical Models 64(6): 335-367 (2002)
51EEEng-Wee Chionh, Ming Zhang, Ronald N. Goldman: Fast Computation of the Bezout and Dixon Resultant Matrices. J. Symb. Comput. 33(1): 13-29 (2002)
50EEGéraldine Morin, Ronald N. Goldman: On the smooth convergence of subdivision and degree elevation for Bézier curves. Computer Aided Geometric Design 18(7): 657-666 (2001)
49EEGéraldine Morin, Ronald N. Goldman: Trimming analytic functions using right sided Poisson subdivision. Computer-Aided Design 33(11): 813-824 (2001)
48EERon Goldman: Baseball Arithmetic and the Laws of Pseudoperspective. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 21(2): 70-78 (2001)
47EERonald N. Goldman, Géraldine Morin: Poisson Approximation. GMP 2000: 141-149
46EEEng-Wee Chionh, Ming Zhang, Ronald N. Goldman: Implicitization by Dixon A-Resultants. GMP 2000: 310-318
45EEMing Zhang, Ronald N. Goldman: Rectangular corner cutting and Sylvester A-resultants. ISSAC 2000: 301-308
44EEGéraldine Morin, Ronald N. Goldman: A subdivision scheme for Poisson curves and surfaces. Computer Aided Geometric Design 17(9): 813-833 (2000)
43EERon Goldman: The Ambient Spaces of Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 20(2): 76-84 (2000)
42 David A. Cox, Ronald N. Goldman, Ming Zhang: On the Validity of Implicitization by Moving Quadrics for Rational Surfaces with No Base Points. J. Symb. Comput. 29(3): 419-440 (2000)
41 Ron Goldman: Blossoming and Divided Difference. Geometric Modelling 1999: 155-184
40EEMing Zhang, Eng-Wee Chionh, Ronald N. Goldman: On a relationship between the moving line and moving conic coefficient matrices. Computer Aided Geometric Design 16(6): 517-527 (1999)
39EERon Goldman: Blossoming with cancellation. Computer Aided Geometric Design 16(7): 671-689 (1999)
38EERon Goldman: The rational Bernstein bases and the multirational blossoms. Computer Aided Geometric Design 16(8): 701-738 (1999)
37 L. Yohanes Stefanus, Ronald N. Goldman: On the Linear Independence of the Bivariate Discrete Convolution Blending Functions. CATS 1998: 231-244
36EEW. A. M. Othman, Ronald N. Goldman: The dual basis functions for the generalized Ball basis of odd degree. Computer Aided Geometric Design 14(6): 571-582 (1997)
35 Wenping Wang, Barry Joe, Ronald N. Goldman: Rational Quadratic Parameterizations of Quadrics. Int. J. Comput. Geometry Appl. 7(6): 599- (1997)
34 Thomas W. Sederberg, Ron Goldman, Hang Du: Implicitizing Rational Curves by the Method of Moving Algebraic Curves. J. Symb. Comput. 23(2/3): 153-175 (1997)
33 Suresh K. Lodha, Ron Goldman: A unified approach to evaluation algorithms for multivariate polynomials. Math. Comput. 66(220): 1521-1553 (1997)
32EEAyman W. Habib, Ronald N. Goldman: Theories of contact specified by connection matrices. Computer Aided Geometric Design 13(9): 905-929 (1996)
31 James R. Miller, Ronald N. Goldman: Geometric Algorithms for Detecting and Calculating All Conic Sections in the Intersection of Any 2 Natural Quadric Surfaces. CVGIP: Graphical Model and Image Processing 57(1): 55-66 (1995)
30 Brigitte Jordan, Ron Goldman, Patricia Sachs: Tools for the Workplace. Commun. ACM 38(9): 42 (1995)
29EESuresh K. Lodha, Ron Goldman: Change of basis algorithms for surfaces in CAGD. Computer Aided Geometric Design 12(8): 801-824 (1995)
28 Eng-Wee Chionh, Ronald N. Goldman: On the Existence and the Coefficients of the Implicit Equation of Rational Surfaces. CVGIP: Graphical Model and Image Processing 56(1): 19-24 (1994)
27 Phillip J. Barry, Ronald N. Goldman: Unimodal Properties of Generalized Ball Bases. Geometric Modelling 1993: 35-41
26EETony DeRose, Ronald N. Goldman, Hans Hagen, Stephen Mann: Functional Composition Algorithms via Blossoming. ACM Trans. Graph. 12(2): 113-135 (1993)
25EEPhillip J. Barry, Ronald N. Goldman, Charles A. Micchelli: Knot insertion algorithms for piecewise polynomial spaces determined by connection matrices. Adv. Comput. Math. 1(2): 139-171 (1993)
24 Ron Goldman, Joe D. Warren: An Extension of Chaiken's Algorithm to B-Spline Curves with Knots in Geometric Progression. CVGIP: Graphical Model and Image Processing 55(1): 58-62 (1993)
23EEL. Yohanes Stefanus, Ronald N. Goldman: Blossoming Marsden's identity. Computer Aided Geometric Design 9(2): 73-84 (1992)
22EEEng-Wee Chionh, Ronald N. Goldman: Degree, multiplicity, and inversion formulas for rational surfaces using u-resultants. Computer Aided Geometric Design 9(2): 93-108 (1992)
21EEPhillip J. Barry, John C. Beatty, Ronald N. Goldman: Unimodal properties of B-spline and Bernstein-basis functions. Computer-Aided Design 24(12): 627-636 (1992)
20 Eng-Wee Chionh, Ronald N. Goldman: Using multivariate resultants to find the implicit equation of a rational surface. The Visual Computer 8(3): 171-180 (1992)
19EERonald N. Goldman, James R. Miller: Combining algebraic rigor with geometric robustness for the detection and calculation of conic sections in the intersection of two natural quadric surfaces. Symposium on Solid Modeling and Applications 1991: 221-231
18EEEng-Wee Chionh, Ronald N. Goldman, James R. Miller: Using Multivariate Resultants to Find the Intersection of Three Quadric Surfaces. ACM Trans. Graph. 10(4): 378-400 (1991)
17EEPhillip J. Barry, Ronald N. Goldman: Interpolation and approximation of curves and surfaces using Pólya polynomials. CVGIP: Graphical Model and Image Processing 53(2): 137-148 (1991)
16EERonald N. Goldman: Blossoming and knot insertion algorithms for B-spline curves. Computer Aided Geometric Design 7(1-4): 69-81 (1990)
15EERonald N. Goldman: Geometric continuity. Computer-Aided Design 22(1): 68-69 (1990)
14 Ron Goldman, Richard P. Gabriel, Carol Sexton: Qlisp: An Interim Report. Workshop on Parallel Lisp 1989: 161-181
13 Ron Goldman, Richard P. Gabriel: Qlisp: Parallel Processing in Lisp. IEEE Software 6(4): 51-59 (1989)
12EERon Goldman, Richard P. Gabriel: Preliminary Results with the Initial Implementation of Qlisp. LISP and Functional Programming 1988: 143-152
11 Ron Goldman, Richard P. Gabriel: Qlisp: Experience and New Directions. PPOPP/PPEALS 1988: 111-123
10EEPhillip J. Barry, Ronald N. Goldman: A recursive evaluation algorithm for a class of Catmull-Rom splines. SIGGRAPH 1988: 199-204
9EEPhillip J. Barry, Ronald N. Goldman: A recursive proof of a B-spline identity for degree elevation. Computer Aided Geometric Design 5(2): 173-175 (1988)
8EERonald N. Goldman, Tony DeRose: Recursive subdivision without the convex hull property. Computer Aided Geometric Design 3(4): 247-265 (1986)
7EERonald N. Goldman: Markov Chains and Computer Aided Geometric Design II - Examples and Subdivision Matrices. ACM Trans. Graph. 4(1): 12-40 (1985)
6EERonald N. Goldman: Illicit Expressions in Vector Algebra. ACM Trans. Graph. 4(3): 223-243 (1985)
5 Ronald N. Goldman, Thomas W. Sederberg: Some applications of resultants to problems in computational geometry. The Visual Computer 1(2): 101-107 (1985)
4EERonald N. Goldman: Markov Chains and Computer-Aided Geometric Design: Part I - Problems and Constraints. ACM Trans. Graph. 3(3): 204-222 (1984)
3EERonald N. Goldman, David C. Heath: Linear subdivision is strictly a polynomial phenomenon. Computer Aided Geometric Design 1(3): 269-278 (1984)
2EERonald N. Goldman, Thomas W. Sederberg, D. C. Anderson: Vector elimination: A technique for the implicitization, inversion, and intersection of planar parametric rational polynomial curves. Computer Aided Geometric Design 1(4): 327-356 (1984)
1EEThomas W. Sederberg, D. C. Anderson, Ronald N. Goldman: Implicit representation of parametric curves and surfaces. Computer Vision, Graphics, and Image Processing 28(1): 72-84 (1984)

Coauthor Index

1D. C. Anderson [1] [2]
2Phillip J. Barry [9] [10] [17] [21] [25] [27]
3John C. Beatty [21]
4Guido Brunnett [69]
5Laurent Busé [72]
6Falai Chen [70]
7Eng-Wee Chionh [18] [20] [22] [28] [40] [46] [51]
8David A. Cox [42]
9Tony DeRose [8] [26]
10Hang Du [34]
11Gerald E. Farin [69]
12Richard P. Gabriel [11] [12] [13] [14] [68]
13Ayman W. Habib [32]
14Hans Hagen [26]
15Stefanie Hahmann [69]
16Brendan Hassett [65]
17David C. Heath [3]
18Barry Joe [35] [52]
19Brigitte Jordan [30]
20Tao Ju [59] [60]
21Lydia E. Kavraki [65]
22Amit Khetan [61]
23David Levin [66]
24Suresh K. Lodha [29] [33]
25Stephen Mann [26]
26Charles A. Micchelli [25]
27James R. Miller [18] [19] [31]
28Géraldine Morin [44] [47] [49] [50] [53]
29W. A. M. Othman [36]
30Patricia Sachs [30]
31Scott Schaefer [59] [60] [66]
32Thomas W. Sederberg [1] [2] [5] [34]
33Carol Sexton [14]
34Ning Song [61] [70] [73]
35L. Yohanes Stefanus [23] [37]
36Changhe Tu [56]
37Liqun Wang [65] [67]
38Wenping Wang [35] [52] [56] [58]
39Joe D. Warren [24]
40R. Allen White [65]
41Ming Zhang [40] [42] [45] [46] [51] [65] [67]

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