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Kunii, Toshiyasu

Overview
Works: 171 works in 501 publications in 3 languages and 6,479 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, htt, Translator, Creator
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Toshiyasu Kunii
Insight through computer graphics : proceedings of the Computer Graphics International 1994 (CGI94) : Melbourne, Australia, 27 June-1 July 1994 by M. A Gigante( )

8 editions published between 1994 and 1996 in English and held by 683 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Computer graphics has been advancing to the level of creating completely new worlds inside computers. Through such computer graphics worlds, we human beings now have far improved insight into wide varieties of real worlds starting from fairly simple but exact worlds of curves and surfaces and reaching to complex human worlds. This volume presents a quite concrete and advanced methods, techniques, modeling and mathematical backgrounds which are indispensable in order to carry out end researches to increase insight through computer graphics."--
VLSI engineering : beyond software engineering by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

26 editions published between 1984 and 2007 in 4 languages and held by 485 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Computer graphics : theory and applications by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

28 editions published between 1983 and 2013 in English and held by 409 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Graphics techniques; Graphics standards and 3D models; CAD/CAM; Office automation; Computer animation; Graphic applications; Image processing
Data structures, computer graphics, and pattern recognition by A Klinger( Book )

13 editions published between 1977 and 2014 in English and held by 396 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Data Structures, Computer Graphics, and Pattern Recognition
Frontiers in computer graphics : proceedings of Computer Graphics Tokyo '84 by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

17 editions published in 1985 in English and Undetermined and held by 394 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Computer graphics as a whole is an area making very fast progress and it is not easy for anyone, including experts, to keep abreast of the frontiers of its various basic and application fields. By issuing over 100 thousand calls for papers through various journals and magazines as weil as by inviting reputed specialists, and by selecting high quality papers which present the state of the art in computer graphics out of many papers thus received, this book "Frontiers in Computer Graphics" has been compiled to present the substance of progress in this field. This volume serves also as the final version of the Proceedings of Computer Graphics Tokyo '84, Tokyo, Japan, April 24-27, 1984 which, as a whole, attracted 16 thousand participants from all over the world; about two thousand to the conference and the remaining 14 thousand to the exhibition. This book covers the following eight major frontiers of computer graphics in 29 papers: 1. geometry modelling, 2. graphie languages, 3. visualization techniques, 4. human factors, 5. interactive graphics design, 6. CAD/CAM, 7. graphie displays and peripherals, and 8. graphics standardization. Geometry modelling is most essential in displaying any objects in computer graphics. It determines the basic capabilities of computer graphics systems such as whether the surface and the inside of the object can be displayed and also how efficiently graphical processing can be done in terms of processing time and memory space
Picture engineering by K. S Fu( Book )

9 editions published in 1982 in English and Undetermined and held by 299 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Topological modeling for visualization by A. T Fomenko( Book )

14 editions published between 1997 and 2013 in English and held by 283 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The flood of information through various computer networks such as the In­ ternet characterizes the world situation in which we live. Information worlds, often called virtual spaces and cyberspaces, have been formed on computer networks. The complexity of information worlds has been increasing almost exponentially through the exponential growth of computer networks. Such nonlinearity in growth and in scope characterizes information worlds. In other words, the characterization of nonlinearity is the key to understanding, utiliz­ ing and living with the flood of information. The characterization approach is by characteristic points such as peaks, pits, and passes, according to the Morse theory. Another approach is by singularity signs such as folds and cusps. Atoms and molecules are the other fundamental characterization ap­ proach. Topology and geometry, including differential topology, serve as the framework for the characterization. Topological Modeling for Visualization is a textbook for those interested in this characterization, to understand what it is and how to do it. Understanding is the key to utilizing information worlds and to living with the changes in the real world. Writing this textbook required careful preparation by the authors. There are complex mathematical concepts that require designing a writing style that facilitates understanding and appeals to the reader. To evolve a style, we set as a main goal of this book the establishment of a link between the theoretical aspects of modern geometry and topology, on the one hand, and experimental computer geometry, on the other
Computer graphics : visual technology and art : proceedings of Computer Graphics Tokyo '85 by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

13 editions published in 1985 in English and held by 281 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In the design of any visual objects, the work becomes much easier if previous designs are utilized. Computer graphics is becoming increasingly important simply because it greatly helps in utilizing such previous designs. Here, "previous designs" signifies both design results and design procedures. The objects designed are diverse. For engineers, these objects could be machines or electronic circuits, as discussed in Chap. 3, ''CA~/CAM. '' Physicians often design models of a patient's organs from computed tomography images prior to surgery or to assist in diagnosis. This is the subject of Chap. 8, "Medical Graphics. " Chapter 7, "Computer Art," deals with the way in which artists use computer graphics in creating beautiful visual images. In Chap. 1, "Computational Geometry," a firm basis is provided for the definition of shapes in designed objects; this is a typical technical area in which computer graphics is constantly making worldwide progress. Thus, the present volume, reflecting international advances in these and other areas of computer graphics, provides every potential or actual graphics user with the essential up-to-date information. There are, typically, two ways of gathering this current information. One way is to invite international authorities to write on their areas of specialization. Usually this works very well if the areas are sufficiently established that it is possible to judge exactly who knows what. Since computer graphics, however, is still in its developmental stage, this method cannot be applied
Advanced computer graphics : proceedings of Computer Graphics Tokyo '86 by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

12 editions published in 1986 in English and Undetermined and held by 277 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Computer Graphics Tokyo, now in its fourth year, has established a world-wide reputation as an international technical conference, presenting work of high quality in the field of computer graphics. Each conference has been attended by a couple of thousand partiCipants from all over the world and tens of thousands have visited the exhibition. After strict peer review, 34 papers were accepted this year, of which about 40% were from the USA, 30% from Japan, 20% from Europe, and 10% from Canada. A good balance of papers on advanced research results, industrial/marketing surveys, and computer art technology has made Computer Graphics Tokyo an indispensable forum for researchers, engineers, and administrators working in this field. Computer graphics is a rapidly developing and expanding area and it is not easy to keep abreast of all the progress that has been made. This volume contains the proceedings of Computer Graphics Tokyo '86 and provides the reader with a comprehensive survey of the state of the art in computer graphics. Computational geometry (Chapter 1) is one of the fastest growing areas in computer graphics. This is well recognized as the basis of shape modeling. After shapes are modeled, they are displayed for visual observation. Chapter 2 on rendering presents various novel methods and technological innovations for visualizing shapes. To make display systems more acces­ sible to users, rich visual interfaces and languages are being designed, as shown in Chapter 3. Visual data bases for sharing graphics-and image-data are handled in Chapter 4
2003 International Conference on Cyberworlds, CW 2003 : 3-5 December, 2003, Singapore : proceedings by International Conference on Cyberworlds( )

7 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 231 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

2005 International Conference on Cyberworlds : CW 2005 : [proceedings] : 23-25 November 2005, Singapore by International Conference on Cyberworlds( )

7 editions published between 2005 and 2006 in English and held by 217 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cyberworlds by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

8 editions published in 1998 in 3 languages and held by 202 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The theme of Cyberworlds is the synthesis of worlds in the cyberspaces of networked computers. The aim of the book is to clarify, through a wide variety of case studies, the architecture and design of such cyberworlds and also to address the philosophical questions raised in creating new worlds. Cyberworlds is thus intended for anyone interested in information technology and its social impact. No prior knowledge is required: readers will become familiar with the computational technology required and will come to realize the wider potential of the Internet. Professionals working in information technology as well as undergraduate and graduate students in computer science, social sciences, and business studies will find this a valuable textbook."--Jacket
Computer graphics, 1987 : proceedings of CG International '87 by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

12 editions published in 1987 in English and Undetermined and held by 202 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Recent developments in computer graphics have largely involved the following: Integration of computer graphics and image analysis through computer data structure; integration of CAD/CAM as computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) through the design and simulation of manufacturing processes using computer graphics; progress in basic research on the modeling of complex and mathematical graphic objects, such as computational geometry, graphic data bases, hierarchical windows, and texture; use of computer graphics as an improved human interface to present information visually and multidimensionally; and advancement of industrial technology and computer art based on developments in the areas listed above. These trends are strongly reflected in the contents of the present volume either as papers dealing with one particular aspect of research or as multifaceted studies involving several different areas. The proceedings comprise thirty selected, previously unpublished original papers presented in nine chapters
Application development systems : the inside story of multinational product development by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

9 editions published in 1986 in English and Undetermined and held by 195 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Applications are the parts of computer systems which directly satisfy users' requirements for infor­ mation processing. Effective development of applications is the key to the success of any computer­ related project. This is why the dominant part of investment in computer systems development is dedicated to applications. However, little work has been published so far on how to develop appli­ cations effectively. "Application Development Systems" directly resolves this omission by presenting basic approaches, both theoretical, e.g., methodologies and frameworks, and practical, e.g., applica­ tion development tools and environments, to effective development of applications. Many world famous cases of successful application development in the USA, Europe, and Japan are also pre­ sented. From this book, the reader will gradually gain an insight into such successful cases as those of General Motors, Toyota, IBM, Yamaha, Nippon Steel, Mitsui Shipbuilding, Mitsui Bank, and Xerox. This book has taken over 4 years to compile and edit. Indeed, without the contribution of many leading figures in academic fields and industry and the support of IBM Japan and IBM World Trade, this task could not have been achieved. Three consecutive IBM Computer Science Sym­ posia in 1983,1984, and 1985 were dedicated to the theme of application development. All the contributions from these symposia were reviewed and revised several times before being made into this volume
First book on UNIX for executives by Yukari Shirota( Book )

12 editions published between 1984 and 1985 in English and held by 187 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Why UNIX? Computer basics; Examples of the use of UNIX; Caracteristic features of UNIX
Modeling in computer graphics : proceedings of the IFIP WG 5.10 Working Conference, Tokyo, Japan, April 8-12, 1991 by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

13 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 181 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

In order to capture the essential features of computer graphics, fundamental methods, concepts, and techniques have been integrated into generalized models through a process known as modeling. This volume outlines the progress made in computer graphic modeling and presents previously unpublished results and surveys which will help readers better understand the concepts and applications of this fascinating subject
The unnormalized relational data model : for office form processor design by H Kitagawa( Book )

9 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and held by 181 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph provides a rigorous foundation for handling business and engineering data based on unnormalized relations. It can be used by practitioners, researchers, and students for self study or as a textbook. Both theoretical and practical aspects are discussed in this volume. In the relational data model, data objects are modeled as flat tables under a certain constraint. This constraint excludes nests of columns and/or rows from the relational data model. Therefore, extensions of the original relational data model have been proposed. In the nested table data model discussed here data are modeled as a collection of tables. This model is presented to provide a theoretical basis for modeling practical data in nested table forms. It is then applied to the design and implementation of a database workbench featuring an interactive manipulation of form-based documents. Nested tables are also used for application system generation. The book includes a useful overview of significant works relating to this important area of database research
Visual computing : integrating computer graphics with computer vision by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

14 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 172 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book presents the proceedings of the 10th International Conference of the Computer Graphics Society, CG International '92, held at Kogakuin University, Tokyo in Japan from June 22-26, 1992. Since its foundation in 1983, this conference has continued to attract high quality research articles in all aspects of computer graphics and its applications. It has been the editor's dream to research the integration of computer graphics with computer vision through data structures. In this proceedings it can be seen that this has now become reality. The keynote paper, the 8 invited papers, the 2 tutorial papers, and the 46 refereed papers included in this book represent the state of the art in visual computing
Modern geometric computing for visualization by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

11 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 162 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This volume is on "modem geometric computing for visualization" which is at the forefront of multi-disciplinary advanced research areas. This area is attracting intensive research interest across many application fields: singularity in cosmology, turbulence in ocean engineering, high energy physics, molecular dynamics, environmental problems, modem mathe­ matics, computer graphics, and pattern recognition. Visualization re­ quires the computation of displayable shapes which are becoming more and more complex in proportion to the complexity of the objects and phenomena visualized. Fast computation requires information locality. Attaining information locality is achieved through characterizing the shapes in geometry and topology, and the large amount of computation required through the use of supercomputers. This volume contains the initial results of our efforts to satisfy these re­ quirements by inviting experts and selecting new research works through review processes. To be more specific, this book presents the proceedings of the International Workshop on Modem Geometric Computing for Visualization held at Kogakuin University, Tokyo, Japan, June 29-30, 1992 organized by the Computer Graphics Society, Japan Personal Com­ puter Software Association, Kogakuin University, and the Department of Information Science, Faculty of Science, The University of Tokyo. We received extremely high-quality papers for review from five different countries, one from Australia, one from Italy, four from Japan, one from Singapore and three from the United States, and we accepted eight papers and rejected two
Visual database systems : proceedings of the IFIP TC 2/WG 2.6 Working Conference on Visual Database Systems, Tokyo, Japan, 3-7 April, 1989 by Toshiyasu Kunii( Book )

16 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 145 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Gunii, Dosiyaseu 1938-

Kuni, Tosiyasu.

Kunii, T. L.

Kunii, T. L. (Toshiyasu L.)

Kunii, T. L. (Toshiyasu L.), 1938-

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국정이태 1938-

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クニイ, トシヤス

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Languages
English (245)

German (2)

Italian (1)