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Architecture logicielle pour la simulation des transferts radiatifs

Abstract : For a few years, research in image synthesis is built on more forma.! physical and mathematical foundations. Our own team focus on the modeling of radiative properties of surfaces and on the simulation of radiative transfers between those surfaces, through the use of nnite elements. This evolution opens some MW application nelds, especia.!ly in lighting engineering. The present report exposes an object oriented framework, designed to facilitate research in the above nelds and the production of software prototypes. The framework includes a library of abstract classes, deduced from the transfer equation. It aIso relies on a system of nIes and programs modelled from the tasks and steps of a simulation. Through various research projects and several applications, we demonstrate the qualities of the framework, espedaly in the evaluation of new models of light emission and reilexion. Finally, we examine the defects in the representation of algorithms and in the use of the object paradigm.
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David Chamont. Architecture logicielle pour la simulation des transferts radiatifs. Informatique [cs]. Université Henri Poincaré - Nancy 1, 1997. Français. ⟨NNT : 1997NAN10254⟩. ⟨tel-01747519⟩



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