Volume 13, Number 1, 1989
: Extended octtree representation of general solids with plane faces: Model structure and algorithms.
: Extension of a boundary representation technique for the description of N dimensional polytopes.
C. B. Millham
, J. L. Zheng
: A linear pivoting heuristic procedure for computing the curve of intersection of two bicubic surface patches.
Maarten Van Emmerik
: Creation and modification of parametrized solid models by graphical interaction.
: Homogeneous coordinates and the principle of duality in two dimensional clipping.
Volume 13, Number 2, 1989
Arie E. Kaufman
: Guest editor's introduction : 3D voxel-based graphics.
: A negative experiment with univariate blending functions.
Carlo E. Vandoni
: Development of a large graphics-based application package.
: Graphical representation of pseudorandom sequences.
Jan van den Bos
: GKS theory and practice : P. R. Bono and I. Herman (eds.), Springer Verlag, New York (1987). ISBN 3-540-18257-8, 316 pages, 92 figures.
Jan van den Bos
: Computer graphics software construction : J. R. Rankin, Prentice Hall of Australia (1989). ISBN 0-7248-0194-9, 544 pages.
Volume 13, Number 3, 1989
Günther F. Schrack
: Guest editor's introduction : Computer graphics in Canada: Past and present.
: Active objects in the construction of graphical user interfaces.
: Three-dimensional modelling and Piero della Francesca's use of linear perspective.
: Defining a faceted generalized cylinder by projections of cross sections.
: Approximate development of skew ruled surfaces.
, Giulia Spaletta
: An image reconstruction algorithm in tomography: A version for the CRAY X-MP vector computer.
: Artistic choice in the display of chaotic dynamics.
: Iteration as a creative process in visual art.
Volume 13, Number 4, 1989
: Implementing ray tracing with octrees and neighbor finding.
: Quadratic B-splines for automatic curve and surface fitting.
: A new combinatorial model for boundary representations.
: Boolean operations with enriched octtree structures.
: Complex patterns generated by next nearest neighbors cellular automata.
Ian D. Entwistle
: Methods of displaying the behaviour of the mapping z --> z2 + µ.