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2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog 
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CS 3510 - Computer Graphics

Credits: 4

Prerequisite(s): CS 2050 with a grade of “C” or better, MTH 1410, and either MTH 2140 or MTH 3140, or permission of instructor

Description: This course is a survey of graphics hardware and software. The topics covered include raster scan displays, windowing transformation, algorithms for vector generators, clipping, area fill, space transformations in two and three dimensions, perspective viewing methods, and graphical input. Other topics will be chosen from hidden surface processing, curve and surface modeling, fractals and animation. Programming projects will be done using a standard graphics function library. This is a course in the principles of computer graphics; it is not a course in using existing commercial software for artistic design or drafting. Students wanting design or drafting courses should consult offerings of the Art Department.

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