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By Andrew J. Davison, Jonathan Deutscher, Ian D. Reid (auth.), Prof. Dr. Nadia Magnenat-Thalmann, Dr. Daniel Thalmann (eds.)

This quantity comprises the examine papers offered on the twelfth Eurographics Workshop on computing device Animation and Simulation, Manchester, united kingdom, September 2-3, 2001. The workshop is a world discussion board for learn in computer-animation and simulation. This yr, we elect to offer a unique concentrate on the modelling and animation of advanced phenomena. This contains the modelling of digital creature- from their body-parts to the regulate in their habit, and the animation of ordinary phenomena corresponding to water, smoke, hearth and plants. the decision for papers required submission of the whole papers for evaluate, and every paper used to be reviewed via at the least 2 contributors of the foreign application committee and extra reviewers. in keeping with the studies, sixteen papers have been authorized. We further to the ultimate application an invited speak by way of Jos Stam. we want to thank all reviewers for his or her effort and time in operating in the inflexible constraints of the tight time table, thereby making it attainable to put up this quantity in time for the workshop. We additionally thank the authors for his or her contributions to the workshop, with out whom this precise discussion board for animation and simulation paintings wouldn't exist.

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