Papers

 Strukturierung der
Animationsprogrammierung
 GMDStudien Nr. 223, November 1993, pp. 109  111.
 QuasiMonte
Carlo Methods in Computer Graphics, Part I: The QMCBuffer
 with Stefan Heinrich
 Technical Report 242/94, University of Kaiserslautern.
 QuasiMonte
Carlo Methods in Computer Graphics, Part II: The Radiance Equation
 with Stefan Heinrich
 Technical Report 243/94, University of Kaiserslautern.
 A
QuasiMonte Carlo Algorithm for the Global Illumination Problem in the
Radiosity Setting
 Lecture Notes in Statistics, 106 (ed. by H. Niederreiter and P.
Shiue), pp. 239  251.
 QuasiMonte
Carlo Methods in Computer Graphics
 in O. Mahrenholtz, K. Marti, and R. Mennicken (eds.),
ICIAM / GAMM 95, Special Issue of ZAMM, Issue 3: Applied Stochastics
and Optimization, pp.109112, 1996.
 QuasiMonte
Carlo Methods in Computer Graphics: The Global Illumination Problem
 Lectures in Applied Mathematics, Vol. 32, 1996, pp. 455469.
 The
fast Calculation of Form Factors using Low Discrepancy Point Sequences
 Proceedings of the 12. Spring Conference on Computer Graphics, Bratislava,
1996, pp. 195  204.
 QuasiMonte
Carlo Radiosity (extended version)
 Rendering Techniques '96, (ed. by X. Pueyo and P. Schröder),
Springer, 1996, pp. 101110.
 Instant Radiosity
 Computer Graphics Proceedings, Annual Conference Series, SIGGRAPH 97, pp. 4956.
 Creative Applications Lab (CAL) Content: Download the
demo software presented at SIGGRAPH 97 (HTML and binaries
for any SGI >= O2) !
 QuasiMonte
Carlo Methods for Photorealisitic Image Synthesis
 Ph.D. thesis, Shaker Verlag, Aachen 1998,
ISBN 3826533305.
 The QuasiRandom Walk
 Lecture Notes in Statistics, 127
(ed. by H. Niederreiter, P. Hellekalek, G. Larcher and P. Zinterhof),
pp. 277  291.
 Hierarchical Monte Carlo Image Synthesis
 Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, Vol. 55, no. 13, pp.7992.
 Due to the very unprofessional
editing procedure at Elsevier Science Publishers many
typos have been introduced into the journal version of the publication.
In addition the quality of the reproduction of all images and graphs
is below standard.
Therefore you better download the version from this website.
 Efficient Importance Sampling Techniques for the Photon Map
 with Ingo Wald
 Proceedings of VISION, MODELING, AND VISUALIZATION 2000, IOS Press,
pp. 271279.
 Metropolis Light Transport for Participating Media
 with Mark Pauly and Thomas Kollig
 Rendering Techniques 2000, (ed. by H. Rushmeier and B. Peroche),
Springer, 2000
 Random Fields on Rank1 Lattices
 Technical Report 307/01, University of Kaiserslautern
 Interleaved Sampling
 with Wolfgang Heidrich
 in Rendering Techniques 2001,
(ed. by S. Gortler and K. Myszkowski), Springer, 2001, pp. 269276
 Fast Generation of Randomized Low Discrepancy Points Sets
 with Ilja Friedel
 in K.T. Fang, F.J. Hickernell, and H. Niederreiter (eds.), Monte
Carlo and QuasiMonte Carlo Methods 2000, SpringerVerlag, Berlin, pp. 257273.
 Efficient Bidirectional Path Tracing by Randomized QuasiMonte
Carlo Integration
 with Thomas Kollig
 in K.T. Fang, F.J. Hickernell, and H. Niederreiter (eds.), Monte
Carlo and QuasiMonte Carlo Methods 2000, SpringerVerlag, Berlin, pp. 290305.
 Tiled Blue Noise Samples
 with S. Hiller and O. Deussen
 Proceedings of VISION, MODELING, AND VISUALIZATION 2001, IOS Press,
pp. 265271
 Trajectory Splitting by Restricted Replication
 Technical Report 316/01, University of Kaiserslautern
 Monte Carlo & Beyond,  Course Material 
 Technical Report 320/02, University of Kaiserslautern
 This course was first held
at the Caltech July 30th through August 3rd, 2001. The material is from the
block course at the ETH Zürich held early 2002.
 Interactive Global Illumination using Fast Ray Tracing
 with I. Wald, T. Kollig, C. Benthin, and P. Slusallek
 in Rendering Techniques 2002,
(ed. by P. Debevec and S. Gibson), Springer, 2002, pp. 1524.
 Efficient Multidimensional Sampling
 with T. Kollig
 in G. Drettakis, and H.P. Seidel (eds.),
Computer Graphics Forum, Vol. 21 (2002), No. 3, pp. 557563.
 Strictly Deterministic Sampling Methods in Computer Graphics
 (mental images technical report, 2001) in "Monte Carlo Ray Tracing",
SIGGRAPH'2003 Course, San Diego, July 2003, to appear.
