Motion in Games: Third International Conference, Mig 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands, November 14-16, 2010, Proceedin by Ronan BoulicMotion in Games: Third International Conference, Mig 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands, November 14-16, 2010, Proceedin by Ronan Boulic

Motion in Games: Third International Conference, Mig 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands, November 14-16…

byRonan BoulicEditorYiorgos Chrysanthou, Taku Komura

Paperback | November 4, 2010

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This book constitutes the proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Motion in Games, held in Utrecht, The Netherlands, in November 2010.

The 30 revised full papers presented together with 9 revised poster papers in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected. The papers are organized in topical sections on body simulation, learning movements, body control, motion planning, physically-based character control, crowds and formation, geometry, autonomous characters, navigation, motion synthesis, perception, real-time graphics, and posters.
Title:Motion in Games: Third International Conference, Mig 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands, November 14-16…Format:PaperbackDimensions:436 pagesPublished:November 4, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3642169570

ISBN - 13:9783642169571

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Table of Contents

Body Simulation.- Simulating Humans and Lower Animals.- Evaluating the Physical Realism of Character Animations Using Musculoskeletal Models.- Learning Movements.- Physically-Based Character Control in Low Dimensional Space.- Learning Crowd Steering Behaviors from Examples.- Body Control.- Full-Body Hybrid Motor Control for Reaching.- Pose Control in Dynamic Conditions.- Spatial Awareness in Full-Body Immersive Interactions: Where Do We Stand?.- Motion Planning.- Scalable Precomputed Search Trees.- Toward Simulating Realistic Pursuit-Evasion Using a Roadmap-Based Approach.- Path Planning for Groups Using Column Generation.- Physically-Based Character Control.- Skills-in-a-Box: Towards Abstract Models of Motor Skills.- Angular Momentum Control in Coordinated Behaviors.- Crowds and Formation.- Simulating Formations of Non-holonomic Systems with Control Limits along Curvilinear Coordinates.- Following a Large Unpredictable Group of Targets among Obstacles.- Geometry.- Real-Time Space-Time Blending with Improved User Control.- Motion Capture for a Natural Tree in the Wind.- Active Geometry for Game Characters.- Autonomous Characters.- CAROSA: A Tool for Authoring NPCs.- BehaveRT: A GPU-Based Library for Autonomous Characters.- Level of Detail AI for Virtual Characters in Games and Simulation.- Navigation.- Scalable and Robust Shepherding via Deformable Shapes.- Navigation Queries from Triangular Meshes.- Motion Synthesis.- Motion Parameterization with Inverse Blending.- Planning and Synthesizing Superhero Motions.- Perception.- Perception Based Real-Time Dynamic Adaptation of Human Motions.- Realistic Emotional Gaze and Head Behavior Generation Based on Arousal and Dominance Factors.- Why Is the Creation of a Virtual Signer Challenging Computer Animation?.- Real-Time Graphics.- Realtime Rendering of Realistic Fabric with Alternation of Deformed Anisotropy.- Responsive Action Generation by Physically-Based Motion Retrieval and Adaptation.- Visibility Transition Planning for Dynamic Camera Control.- Posters.- The Application of MPEG-4 Compliant Animation to a Modern Games Engine and Animation Framework.- Knowledge-Based Probability Maps for Covert Pathfinding.- Modification of Crowd Behaviour Modelling under Microscopic Level in Panic Situation.- Expressive Gait Synthesis Using PCA and Gaussian Modeling.- Autonomous Multi-agents in Flexible Flock Formation.- Real-Time Hair Simulation with Segment-Based Head Collision.- Subgraphs Generating Algorithm for Obtaining Set of Node-Disjoint Paths in Terrain-Based Mesh Graphs.- Path-Planning for RTS Games Based on Potential Fields.- Learning Human Action Sequence Style from Video for Transfer to 3D Game Characters.