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Alexander A. Pasko
12-05-1996, 11:31 AM
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Call for Participation

Shape Modeling International '97

3-6 March, 1997
Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima, Japan


- Tutorials
- Invited Papers
- Accepted Papers
- Registration Form
- Hotel Reservation Form
- Social event info

More information is available at the Web site:


Kaufman A. (State University of New York at Stony Brook, USA)
Volumetric modeling and visualization

Menon J. (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA),
Wyvill G. (University of Otago, New Zealand),
Pasko A. (University of Aizu, Japan)
Implicit modeling techniques

Invited papers

Kimura F. (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Modeling and simulation of dynamic behaviour of objects in space

Falcidieno B. (Istituto per la Matematica Applicata, Italy)
Shape abstraction tools for modelling complex objects

Shinagawa Y. (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Measuring 3D shapes while recognizing them

Bowyer A., Cameron S., Jared G., Martin R.,
Middleditch A., Sabin M., Woodwark J. (UK)
Ten questions that arose in designing the Djinn API for solid modelling

Rossignac J. (GVU, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
The 3D revolution: CAD access for all

Robb R. (Mayo Medical and Graduate School, USA)
Patient-specific anatomy modelling for surgery planning and virtual endoscopy

Menon J. (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA)
Collaborative visualization and modeling

Wyvill B. (University of Calgary, Canada)
Warping as a modelling tool for CSG/ISM models

Yamaguchi Y. (University of Tokyo, Japan)
Bezier normal vector surface and its applications

Accepted papers

Zhao B.Y., Tang H.J., Wang Y.L., Okubo S.
(Yamagata University, Japan)
An unified surface smoothing scheme for automobile
body shape modeling design

Aste T., Rivier N.
(Universite Louis Pasteur, France)
Topological modelling of disordered structures

Markus A., Renner G., Vancza J.
(Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungary)
Spline interpolation with genetic algorithms

Sheikh H.S., Bartels R.H.
(Corel Corp./ University of Waterloo, Canada)
Towards a generic editor for subdivision surfaces

Neugebauer P.J.
(Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics, Germany)
Geometrical cloning of 3D objects via simultaneous
registration of multiple range images

Sato Y., Sato I., Ikeuchi I.
(Carnegie Mellon University, USA)
3D shape and reflectance morphing

Durikovic R., Kaneda K., Yamashita H.
(Hiroshima University, Japan)
Visual modeling of stomach growth on the basis of L-systems

Matsuda K., Sugishita S., Xu Z., Kondo K., Sato H., Shimada S.
(Saitama University, Japan)
Freehand sketch system for 3D geometric modeling

Cheung K.K., Yu K.M., Hui K.C.
(Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)
Volume invariant metamorphosis for solid and hollow rolled shape

Sugihara K.
(University of Tokyo, Japan)
Experimental study on acceleration of an exact-arithmetic
geometric algorithm

Bookstein F.L.
(University of Michigan, USA)
Two shape metrics for biomedical outline data:
Bending energy, Procrustes distance, and the
biometrical modeling of shape phenomena

Ikedo T., Okuyama Y., Ma J.
(University of Aizu, Japan)
Hardware implementation of shading models in an application
specific integrated circuit

Fujimura K., Makarov M.
(Ohio State University, USA)
Homotopic shape deformation

Nagano M., Sato K., Chihara K.
(Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)
Shape integration of multi stereo images using surveyed points
for an archaeological site

Fujimura K.
(Ohio State University, USA)
On cutting a torus

Lang V., Belyaev A.G., Bogaevski I.A., Kunii T.L.
(University of Aizu, Japan)
Fast algorithms for ridge detection

De Martino T.
(Istituto per la Matematica Applicata, Italy)
A multiple-views CAD representation for product modeling

Giannini F.
(Istituto per la Matematica Applicata, Italy)
Context dependent volumetric feature extraction

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Shape Modeling International '97
3-6 March, 1997
Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima, Japan

Please mail or fax this registration form to:
SMI'97, Yamauchi Kazuaki
University of Aizu, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima, Japan 965-80.
E-mail: yamauchi@u-aizu.ac.jp Fax: +81-242-37-2531


Surname: Given Name:
Position/Title: Department:
State: Post code: Country:
Phone: ( ) Fax: ( ) E-mail:

REGISTRATION FEE: Before Feb. 15 After Feb. 15

ACM member ..... 37,000 Yen .... 44,000 Yen
Non-member ..... 41,000 Yen .... 49,000 Yen
Student ........ 10,000 Yen .... 12,000 Yen

Registration fee is in Japanese Yen. Registration fee includes the
conference attendance, tutorials, proceedings, lunches, coffee service
and banquet (except Student fee). The exchange rate is about 110 Yen / 1 US dollar.


|-----| Bank (Telegraph) Transfer. Remittance should be directed to:
| | Bank Name: Fuji Bank Aizu Branch (712)
|-----| Address: Aizu-Wakamatsu City, Fukushima, 965 Japan
Acct. No. : 1557495
Acct. Name: SMI97 Jimukyoku Yamauchi Kazuaki

|-----| Credit Card. Check one: |-----| Master Card |-----| Visa |-----| Eurocard
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Card #: Card Holder Name:
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Expiration Date: Signature:
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IMPORTANT. Credit card payment orders should **not** be sent by e-mail.

|-----| On-site payment
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On-site payment can be made in cash or by a credit card (Master Card, Visa, Eurocard).

Any left over proceedings copies can be ordered at 4,600 Yen per copy.
I hereby order
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|-----| copies. Charge me |-----| X 4,600 = Yen.
Method of payment as specified above. The copy (copies) will be sent
to your address after the conference is over and you will be charged only
if your order is granted.

|-----| I want to visit a ski resort after the conference
| | (see separate page for details)
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SMI '97
University of Aizu, Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima, Japan
3-6 March, 1997

Aizu-Wakamatsu Washington Hotel

Print in black ink or type. Form must be received via mail or fax by
February 15, 1997.

Prof/Dr/Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss: Surname:
Given Name: Position/Title:


State: Postcode: Country:
Business Telephone: ( ) Fax: ( )

Signature: Date:

I reserve as follows from: to:
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arrival date(mm/dd) departure date(mm/ dd)

|-----| Single room |-----| Twin room |-----| Double room
| | 7,110 Yen | | 13,050 Yen| | 11,700 Yen
|-----| |-----| two beds |-----| one double bed

Prices are given in Japanese Yen per room and night including tax and service
fee not including breakfast (breakfast charge is 1,133 yen).

Hotel Information.
Western style hotel. 25 min. on foot to the conference site, 5 min. to
the Aizu-Wakamatsu train station. Transportation between hotel and conference site
will be provided.
Payment by credit card or cash only (Visa, Master Card, AMEX, JCB,
Diners Club are acceptable).
Total payment must be made during check-in.
Return this form
by fax at: +81-242-24-7535
or by mail to:
Hotel Registration Form for SMI'97
Aizu-Wakamatsu Washington Hotel, 201, Byakko Machi, Aizu-Wakamatsu,
Fukushima, Japan 965

Washington Hotel Tel. 81-242-22-6111
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at Shape Modeling International '97
on 6-7 March, 1997
Aizu-Wakamatsu, Fukushima, Japan

Aizu area is famous for its ski resorts. On the last day, March 6,
an optional trip to the mountains will be organized. Participants
will stay for one additional night at a ski resort hotel (March 6),
and will be able to ski on the next day (March 7) and then to go
by bus to the railway station.

The expected price of the trip:

11,000 Yen - one night in the hotel including two meals and lifts
5,000 Yen - ski rent

If you want to participate in this trip, please check the
last box in the REGISTRATION FORM.
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