Publication statistics

Pub. period:1991-2012
Pub. count:6
Number of co-authors:13



Co-authors

Number of publications with 3 favourite co-authors:

Frdo Durand:1
Stphane Rivire:1
Cyprien Pindat:1

 

 

Productive colleagues

Claude Puech's 3 most productive colleagues in number of publications:

George Drettakis:26
Olivier Chapuis:22
Emmanuel Pietriga:18
 
 
 

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Claude Puech

 

Publications by Claude Puech (bibliography)

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2012
 
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Pindat, Cyprien, Pietriga, Emmanuel, Chapuis, Olivier and Puech, Claude (2012): JellyLens: content-aware adaptive lenses. In: Proceedings of the 2012 ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology 2012. pp. 261-270. Available online

Focus+context lens-based techniques smoothly integrate two levels of detail using spatial distortion to connect the magnified region and the context. Distortion guarantees visual continuity, but causes problems of interpretation and focus targeting, partly due to the fact that most techniques are based on statically-defined, regular lens shapes, that result in far-from-optimal magnification and distortion. JellyLenses dynamically adapt to the shape of the objects of interest, providing detail-in-context visualizations of higher relevance by optimizing what regions fall into the focus, context and spatially-distorted transition regions. This both improves the visibility of content in the focus region and preserves a larger part of the context region. We describe the approach and its implementation, and report on a controlled experiment that evaluates the usability of JellyLenses compared to regular fisheye lenses, showing clear performance improvements with the new technique for a multi-scale visual search task.

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1996
 
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Promayon, Emmanuel, Baconnier, Pierre and Puech, Claude (1996): Physically-Based Deformations Constrained in Displacements and Volume. In Comput. Graph. Forum, 15 (3) pp. 155-164. Available online

 
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Orti, Rachel, Rivire, Stphane, Durand, Frdo and Puech, Claude (1996): Radiosity for Dynamic Scenes in Flatland with the Visibility Complex. In Comput. Graph. Forum, 15 (3) pp. 237-248. Available online

1995
 
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Lombardo, Jean-Christophe and Puech, Claude (1995): Oriented particles: A tool for shape memory objects modelling. In: Graphics Interface 95 May 17-19, 1995, Quebec, Quebec, Canada. pp. 255-262.

 
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Cazals, Frdric, Drettakis, George and Puech, Claude (1995): Filtering, Clustering and Hierarchy Construction: a New Solution for Ray-Tracing Complex Scenes. In Comput. Graph. Forum, 14 (3) pp. 371-382.

1991
 
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Gascuel, Marie-Paule, Verroust, Anne and Puech, Claude (1991): Animation and collisions between complex deformable bodies. In: Graphics Interface 91 June 3-7, 1991, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. pp. 263-270.

 
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