Bounds and error estimates for radiosity
We present a method for determining a posteriori bounds and estimates
for local and total errors in radiosity solutions. The ability to obtain
bounds and estimates for the total error is crucial for reliably judging
the acceptability of a solution. Realistic estimates of the local error
improve the efficiency of adaptive radiosity algorithms, such as hierarchical
radiosity, by indicating where adaptive refinement is necessary.
Citation: Dani Lischinski, Brian Smits, and Donald P. Greenberg, Bounds and error estimates for radiosity. Proc. SIGGRAPH 94, Computer Graphics Proceedings, Annual Conference Series, pp. 67--74, July 1994.
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