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SUMMARY:Differentiable Rendering
DESCRIPTION:Technical Papers\n\nReparameterizing Discontinuous Integrands
for Differentiable Rendering\n\nLoubet, Holzschuch, Jakob\n\nDifferentiabl
e rendering has recently opened the door to a number of challenging invers
e problems involving photorealistic images, such as computational material
design and scattering-aware reconstruction of geometry and materials from
photographs. Differentiable rendering algorithms strive to estim...\n\n--
-------------------\nDifferentiable Surface Splatting for Point-based Geom
etry Processing\n\nWang, Serena, Wu, Oztireli, Sorkine-Hornung\n\nWe propo
se Differentiable Surface Splatting (DSS), a high-fidelity differentiable
renderer for point clouds. Gradients for point locations and normals are c
arefully designed to handle discontinuities of the rendering function. Reg
ularization terms are introduced to ensure uniform distribution of the...\
n\n---------------------\nNon-linear sphere tracing for rendering deformed
signed distance fields\n\nSeyb, Jacobson, Nowrouzezahrai, Jarosz\n\nSigne
d distance fields (SDFs) are a particularly powerful implicit representati
on for modeling solids, volumes and surfaces. Their infinite resolution, c
ontrollable continuity, and robust constructive solid geometry operations,
coupled with smooth blending, have enabled powerful and intuitive sculpt.
..\n\n---------------------\nA Differential Theory of Radiative Transfer\n
\nZhang, Wu, Zheng, Gkioulekas, Ramamoorthi...\n\nPhysics-based differenti
able rendering is the task of estimating the derivatives of radiometric me
asures with respect to scene parameters. The ability to compute these deri
vatives is necessary for enabling gradient-based optimization in a diverse
array of applications: from solving analysis-by-synth...\n\n-------------
--------\nThe Camera Offset Space: Real-time Potentially Visible Set Compu
tations for Streaming Rendering\n\nHladky, Seidel, Steinberger\n\nPotentia
l visibility has historically always been of importance when rendering per
formance was insufficient.\n With the rise of virtual reality, rendering p
ower may once again be insufficient, e.g., for integrated graphics of head
-mounted displays.\n To tackle the issue of efficient potential visibili..
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