Project : alcove
Section: New Results
Physically-based simulation with Lagrange formalism
One of the latest work proposed by Julien LENOIR, Ph. D. student, is an extension of the Lagrange multipliers methods which permits to define constraint that are not localized on the model. An example of it is the sliding point constraint, for which a curve is compelled to pass (at possibly time-varying parameter values) through a specified point. Some other most recent results, are about the dynamic subdivision of the curve. This is combined with a continuous strain energy allowing adaptive physical simulation, and full multiresolution mechanics on the studied spline model.