"This research produces networks of graphical objects that respond to human manipulation in a fashion that would be deemed physically reasonable. That is, a graphical network is given a mechanics-like behavior in the presence of the human interaction. In this approach, nonlinear models replace commonly used linear models to mimic physical reality better. Software solutions are provided via a class library useful for such interactive visual modeling"--Abstract, page iii.
Hilgers, Michael Gene
McMillin, Bruce M.
Kluczny, Raymond Michael
M.S. in Computer Science
University of Missouri--Rolla
viii, 49 pages
© 2002 Rakesh Kumar Bajaj, All rights reserved.
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Manipulators (Mechanism) -- Computer programs
Graphical user interfaces (Computer systems)
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Bajaj, Rakesh Kumar, "Mechanical response of nets of graphical objects" (2002). Masters Theses. 2253.
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