# Computer Algebra Handbook: Foundations · Applications · by Johannes Grabmeier, Erich Kaltofen, Volker Weispfenning, M.

By Johannes Grabmeier, Erich Kaltofen, Volker Weispfenning, M. Hitz

This instruction manual provides a finished photograph of a box on the intersection of arithmetic and machine technology with functions in physics, engineering and schooling. experiences sixty seven software program platforms and provides a hundred pages on purposes in physics, arithmetic, machine technological know-how, engineering chemistry and education.

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One class of methods are variants of the morphbased approaches [6, 49]. They can only generate expressions between two given images of the same person and their ability of generating arbitrary expressions is thus more than limited. If merely one image of a person is available, these approaches are not applicable at all. Another popular class of techniques is known as expression mapping (performance-driven animation) [32, 43]. Its principle is quite simple: Given an image A of a person’s neutral face and another image A of the same person’s face with a desired expression, the movement of facial features from A to A is geometrically performed on a second person’s neutral image B to produce its facial image B with the expression.

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