Author: Carl Erikson

Publications

Publication period start: 2001
Number of co-authors: 13

Co-authors

Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Frederick P. Brooks Jr.
1
William V. Baxter III
1
Dinesh Manocha
3

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Daniel G. Aliaga
22
Mary C. Whitton
22
Dinesh Manocha
57

Publications

Aliaga, Daniel G., Cohen, Jonathan D., Wilson, Andrew, Baker, Eric, Zhang, Hansong, Erikson, Carl, III, Kenneth E. Hoff, Hudson, Thomas C., Stürzlinger, Wolfgang, Bastos, Rui, Whitton, Mary C., Jr., Frederick P. Brooks, Manocha, Dinesh (1999): MMR: an interactive massive model rendering system using geometric and image-based acceler. In: SI3D 1999 , 1999, . pp. 199-206. https://doi.acm.org/10.1145/300523.300554

Erikson, Carl, Manocha, Dinesh (1999): GAPS: general and automatic polygonal simplification. In: SI3D 1999 , 1999, . pp. 79-88. https://doi.acm.org/10.1145/300523.300532

Erikson, Carl, Manocha, Dinesh, III, William V. Baxter (2001): HLODs for faster display of large static and dynamic environments. In: SI3D 2001 , 2001, . pp. 111-120. https://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=364338.364376

New to UX Design? We’re giving you a free ebook!

The Basics of User Experience Design

Download our free ebook The Basics of User Experience Design to learn about core concepts of UX design.

In 9 chapters, we’ll cover: conducting user interviews, design thinking, interaction design, mobile UX design, usability, UX research, and many more!

A valid email address is required.
313,061 designers enjoy our newsletter—sure you don’t want to receive it?

New to UX Design? We’re Giving You a Free ebook!

The Basics of User Experience Design

Download our free ebook The Basics of User Experience Design to learn about core concepts of UX design.

In 9 chapters, we’ll cover: conducting user interviews, design thinking, interaction design, mobile UX design, usability, UX research, and many more!

A valid email address is required.
313,061 designers enjoy our newsletter—sure you don’t want to receive it?