An Introduction to Computer Graphics Concepts: From Pixels to Pictures

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1991 - Computers - 209 pages
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This excellent introduction to the basic concepts and mechanisms of computer graphics provides an overview of the many uses of computer graphics, including advanced graphics and image processing applications for science and engineering.

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Contents

The Computer Graphics Environment
7
Displaying Graphics
29
Graphics Fundamentals
47
Copyright

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ALLAN PACKER is a Senior Staff Engineer with the Performance and Availability Engineering Group at Sun Microsystems. He has developed workloads for performance and regression testing, led the engineering team working with IBM DB2, acted as technical lead for nine published TPC benchmark results, and developed a training curriculum for the internal training organization focused on configuring, monitoring and tuning database systems. He currently specializes in server systems performance and availability.

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