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SUMMARY:Maps and Fields
DESCRIPTION:Technical Communications, Technical Papers\n\nThe presentation
s will be followed by a 30-min Interactive Discussion Session at Room 325-
CD.\n\nThe Technical Papers program is the premier international forum for
disseminating new scholarly work in computer graphics and interactive tec
hniques. Technical Papers are published as a special issue of ACM Transact
ions on Graphics. In addition to papers selected by the SIGGRAPH Asia 2022
Technical Papers Jury, the conference presents papers that have been publ
ished in ACM Transactions on Graphics during the past year. Accepted paper
s adhere to the highest scientific standards.\n\nThe Technical Communicati
ons program is a premier forum for presenting the latest developments and
research still in progress. Leading international experts in academia and
industry present work that showcase actual implementations of research ide
as, works at the crossroads of computer graphics with computer vision, mac
hine learning, HCI, VR, CAD, visualization, and many others\n\nHigh-Order
Directional Fields\n\nBoksebeld, Vaxman\n\nWe introduce a framework for re
presenting face-based directional fields of an arbitrary piecewise-polynom
ial order. Our framework is based on a primal-dual decomposition of fields
, where the exact component of a field is the gradient of piecewise-polyno
mial conforming function, and the coexact compo...\n\n--------------------
-\nRig Inversion by Training a Differentiable Rig Function\n\nMarquis Bold
uc, Phan\n\nRig inversion through first obtaining a differentiable rig fun
ction by training a neural network approximation, then using it to train a
deep learning model of rig inversion.\n\n---------------------\nFast Edit
ing of Singularities in Field-Aligned Stripe Patterns\n\nNoma, Umetani, Ka
wahara\n\n\textit{Field-aligned parametrization} is a method that maps a s
calar function onto a surface, such that the gradient vector of the scalar
function matches the input vector field. Using this idea, one can produce
a stripe pattern that is convenient for various purposes such as remeshin
g, texture syn...\n\n---------------------\nGlobally Injective Flattening
via a Reduced Harmonic Subspace\n\nFargion, Weber\n\nWe present a highly e
fficient-and-robust method for free-boundary flattening of disk-like trian
gle meshes in a globally injective manner. We show that by restricting the
solution to a low-dimensional subspace of harmonic maps, we can dramatica
lly accelerate the process while obtaining a low-distorti...\n\n----------
-----------\nIsometric Energies for Recovering Injectivity in Constrained
Mapping\n\nDu, Kaufman, Zhou, Kovalsky, Yan...\n\nComputing injective maps
with low distortions is a long-standing problem in computer graphics. Suc
h maps are particularly challenging to obtain in the presence of positiona
l constraints, because an injective initial map is often not available. Re
cently, several energies were proposed and shown to be...\n\n-------------
--------\nEfficient Neural Radiance Fields for Interactive Free-viewpoint
Video\n\nLin, Peng, Xu, Yan, Shuai...\n\nThis paper aims to tackle the cha
llenge of efficiently producing interactive free-viewpoint videos. \nSome
recent works equip neural radiance fields with image encoders, enabling th
em to generalize across scenes. When processing dynamic scenes, they can s
imply treat each video frame as an individual ...\n\n---------------------
\nGreen Coordinates for Triquad Cages in 3D\n\nThiery, Boubekeur\n\nWe int
roduce Green coordinates for triquad cages in 3D.\nBased on Green's third
identity, they allow defining the harmonic deformation of a 3D point insid
e a cage as a linear combination of its vertices and face normals.\nUsing
appropriate Neumann boundary conditions, the resulting deformations are qu
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