Paper Info

Title | ||
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Stabilizing Explicit Methods in Spring-Mass Simulation |

Abstract | ||
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Spring-mass simulations are widely used in the computeranimation of soft objects. Although such systems can be numericallysolved by either explicit or implicit methods, ithas been difficult to obtain stable results from the explicitmethods. This paper presents an easy way to stabilize explicitmethods in spring-mass simulations. The simulationprocedures are modeled as a linear digital system, and systemstability is mathematically defined. This allows us todevelop theories of simulation stability. The application ofthese theories to explicit methods allows them to become asstable as implicit methods. |

Year | DOI | Venue |
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2004 | 10.1109/CGI.2004.91 | Computer Graphics International |

Keywords | Field | DocType |

explicit method,stable result,explicit methods,simulation stability,implicit method,spring-mass simulation,application ofthese theory,soft object,linear digital system,mathematical model,stability,computer animation,computer simulation,damping,differential equations,difference equations,animation,linear differential equations,information science,development theory,computational modeling | Applied mathematics,Mathematical optimization,Explicit and implicit methods,Effective mass (spring–mass system),Interactive skeleton-driven simulation,Control theory,Linear differential equation,Computer science,Animation,Computer animation | Conference |

ISBN | Citations | PageRank |

0-7695-2171-1 | 3 | 0.42 |

References | Authors | |

3 | 1 |

Authors (1 rows)

Cited by (3 rows)

References (3 rows)

Name | Order | Citations | PageRank |
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Mikio Shinya | 1 | 244 | 35.35 |