Nombre de documents

14

CV de Pierre Kraemer


Communication dans un congrès8 documents

  • T. Pitiot, David Cazier, Thomas Jund, Arash Habibi, Pierre Kraemer. Deformable polygonal agents in crowd simulation. International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents, 2014, Unknown, Unknown or Invalid Region. 2014. <hal-01208547>
  • Pierre Kraemer, Lionel Untereiner, Thomas Jund, Sylvain Théry, David Cazier. CGoGN: N-dimensional Meshes with Combinatorial Maps. Sarrate, Josep and Staten, Matthew. 22nd International Meshing Roundtable, 2013, Unknown, Unknown or Invalid Region. Springer International Publishing, pp.485-503, 2013, <10.1007/978-3-319-02335-9_27>. <hal-01162100>
  • Thomas Jund, Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier. A unified structure for crowd simulation. International Conference on Computer Animation and Social Agents, 2012, Unknown, Unknown or Invalid Region. 2012. <hal-01208550>
  • David Cazier, Pierre Kraemer. X-maps: an efficient model for non-manifold modeling. Shape Modeling International (SMI'10), 2010, Unknown, Unknown or Invalid Region. IEEE Conference Publishing Services, pp.226--230, 2010. <hal-01208554>
  • Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. Un modèle générique pour la manipulation de maillages multirésolution. Journées AFIG 2007, 2007, Unknown, Région indéterminée. pp.41--48, 2007. <hal-01208561>
  • Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. Multiresolution Half-Edges. Proceedings of SCCG'07 (Spring Conference on Computer Graphics), 2007, Unknown, Région indéterminée. ACM Press, pp.242--249, 2007. <hal-01208560>
  • Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. A general and efficient representation for multiresolution meshes: application to quad/triangle subdivision. Proceedings of CCCG'07 (Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry), 2007, Unknown, Région indéterminée. pp.257--260, 2007. <hal-01208563>
  • Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. Extension multirésolution des cartes combinatoires : application à la représentation de surfaces de subdivision multirésolution. Journées AFIG 2006, 2006, Unknown, Région indéterminée. pp.19--26, 2006. <hal-01208567>

Article dans une revue6 documents

  • Kenneth Vanhoey, Basile Sauvage, Pierre Kraemer, Frédéric Larue, Jean-Michel Dischler. Simplification of meshes with digitized radiance. Visual Computer Journal, 2015, 31 (6-8), pp.11. <http://link.springer.com/journal/371>. <10.1007/s00371-015-1124-9>. <hal-01155102>
  • Lionel Untereiner, Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. CPH: a compact representation for hierarchical meshes generated by primal refinement. Computer Graphics Forum, Wiley, 2015, 34 (8), pp.155-166. <10.1111/cgf.12667>. <hal-01162098>
  • T. Pitiot, David Cazier, Thomas Jund, Arash Habibi, Pierre Kraemer. Deformable polygonal agents in crowd simulation. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, Wiley, 2014, 25 (3-4), pp.343-352. <10.1002/cav.1581>. <hal-01208548>
  • Thomas Jund, Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier. A unified structure for crowd simulation. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds, Wiley, 2012, 23 (3), pp.311--320. <10.1002/cav.1449>. <hal-01208549>
  • Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. Extension of half-edges for the representation of multiresolution subdivision surfaces. Visual Computer, Springer Verlag, 2009, 25 (2), pp.149--163. <10.1007/s00371-008-0211-6>. <hal-01208558>
  • Pierre Kraemer, David Cazier, Dominique Bechmann. Extension multirésolution des cartes combinatoires : application à la représentation de surfaces de subdivision multirésolution. Revue Electronique Francophone d'Informatique Graphique, Association Française d'Informatique Graphique, 2007, 1 (1), pp.21--32. <hal-01208566>