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DA CUNHA, Ícaro L. L  y  GONCALVES, Luiz M. G.. An Adaptive and Hybrid Approach to Revisiting the Visibility Pipeline. CLEIej [online]. 2016, vol.19, n.1, pp.8-8. ISSN 0717-5000.

We revisit the visibility problem, which is traditionally known in Computer Graphics and Vision fields as the process of computing a (potentially) visible set of primitives in the computational model of a scene. We propose a hybrid solution that uses a dry structure (in the sense of data reduction), a triangulation of the type Ja
 1 , to accelerate the task of searching for visible primitives. We came up with a solution that is useful for real-time, on-line, interactive applications as 3D visualization. In such applications the main goal is to load the minimum amount of primitives from the scene during the rendering stage, as possible. For this purpose, our algorithm executes the culling by using a hybrid paradigm based on viewing-frustum, back-face culling and occlusion models. Results have shown substantial improvement over these traditional approaches if applied separately. This novel approach can be used in devices with no dedicated processors or with low processing power, as cell phones or embedded displays, or to visualize data through the Internet, as in virtual museums applications.

Palabras clave : Visibility; Visualization Structure; Real-time 3D Visualization; Hidden Primitive Culling.

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