Further reading

Some concepts and papers for further reading:

  1. Physical models
    1. Kirchhoff thin plate model
    2. Biharmonic equation
    3. Koiter's model
    4. D. Braess Finite Elements [Braess, 2001]

  2. Reparametization
    1. Balmelli et al. Space Optimized Texture Maps [Balmelli et al., 2002]
    2. Sander et al. Signal-Specialized Parametrization [Sander et al., 2002]
    3. Alliez et al. remeshing work [Alliez, 2006]

  3. Discrete geometry
    1. Discretization of mean curvature
    2. Normal cycles
    3. Convergence properties of mean curvature discretization
    4. Polthier Habilitation [Polthier, 2002]
    5. Cohen-Steiner and Morvan paper [Cohen-Steiner and Morvan, 2003]
    6. Discrete shell variations

  4. Cloth and more generally deformable object simulation: a survey of methods with focus on bending.
    1. Terzopoulos: [Terzopoulos and Fleischer, 1988,Qin and Terzopoulos, 1996]
    2. Volino et al.'s Versatile and efficient techniques for simulating cloth and other deformable objects [Volino et al., 1995]
    3. Choi and Ko's Stable but responsive cloth [Choi and Ko, 2002]
    4. D Breen et al.'s Predicting the drape of woven cloth using interacting particles [Breen et al., 1994]

  5. Adaptive cloth simulation
    1. Molino et al.'s A virtual node algorithm for changing mesh topology during simulation [Molino et al., 2004]
    2. Villard and Borouchaki's Adaptive meshing for cloth animation [Villard and Borouchaki, 2002]
    3. Volkov and Li's Real-time refinement and simplification of adaptive triangular meshes [Volkov and Li, 2003]

  6. Overview of the finite element method for plates and shells
    1. Zienkiewicz, Finite Element Method [Zienkiewicz and Taylor, 1989]

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