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|Title: ||Engineering: Cornell Quarterly, Vol.16, No.3 (Winter 1981-82): The Advance of Computer Graphics|
|Authors: ||Greenberg, Donald P.|
Abel, John F.
Ingraffea, Anthony R.
Dill, John C.
Loucks, Daniel P.
French, Peter N.
Taylor, Marshall R.
Resource and Environmental Planning
|Issue Date: ||1981|
|Publisher: ||Internet-First University Press|
|Abstract: ||IN THIS ISSUE: How Computer Graphics Works and What It Can Do /2 (Professor Donald P. Greenberg, director of Cornell's Program of Computer Graphics and of the College of Engineering's Computer-Aided Design Instructional Facility (CADIF), explains an important and rapidly developing technology.) ...
Computer Graphics for Students: A Fun Way to Learn Faster and Better /15 (With the enthusiastic endorsement of faculty members and students, CADIF is established at the College of Engineering.) ... In the Vanguard of Structural Engineering /23
(Three Cornell professors of structural engineering??n F. Abel, Anthony R. Ingraffea, and William McGuire??lore the potential of computer graphics in their discipline and describe Cornell research in this area.) ... CAD/CAM: Industrial Takeover by Designing Computers /37 (John C. Dill, manager of the computer-graphics instructional facility (CADIF) at the College, draws on his industrial experience with the technology to assess the impact of computer-aided design and manufacture.) ... Friendly Computers With Color Pictures: New Tool for Resource and Environmental Planning /46 (Cornell professor Daniel P. Loucks and his associates Peter N. French and Marshall R. Taylor discuss the significance of computer graphics in their field of research.) ... Editorial /56|
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