@inproceedings{Lasseter,
title="Principles of Traditional Animation Applied to 3D Computer Animation",
author = "John Lasseter",
pages="35--44",
volume=21,
month=July,
year="1987",
booktitle="Computer Graphics (SIGGRAPH Proceedings 1987)",
publisher="ACM",
annote="Lasseter, director of such classic Pixar shorts as Luxo Jr and
Tin Toy, brings the lessons he learned at Disney to computer graphics."
}
@Book{Tufte90,
author = "Edward R. Tufte",
title = "Envisioning Information",
year = "1990",
publisher = "Graphics Press",
address = "Cheshire, Connecticut",
annote = "Although Tufte's book on presenting visual information is
oriented towards graphic design for still pictures, it is a valuable
resource for aspiring videomakers." }
@book{RManCompanion,
title="The {RenderMan} Companion",
author="Steve Upstill",
publisher="Addison-Wesley", year="1990",
annote = "The definitive reference for RenderMan, which remains the
high-quality renderer of choice for many blockbuster movies. Its
extremely flexible shading language makes it a valuable tool for
mathematical visualization."}
@book{Francis,
author = "George K. Francis",
title="A Topological Picturebook",
publisher = "Springer-Verlag",
address="New York",
year="1987",
annote = "Francis revives the nineteenth century tradition of
mathematical picture-making in his delightful survey of ``descriptive
topology''."
}
@inproceedings{cg:dgv3m,
author = "Charlie Gunn",
note = "Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1993",
booktitle = "Computer Graphics",
volume = 27,
year = "July, 1993",
pages = "255--262",
title = "Discrete Groups and Visualization of Three Dimensional
Manifolds",
annote = "Contains mathematical background for non-Euclidean
geometry, particularly as it relates to the Triangle Tiling museum
exhibit."
}
@inproceedings{PhillipsM.GunnC:VHS,
author="Mark Phillips and Charlie Gunn",
title="Visualizing Hyperbolic Space: Unusual Uses of $4 \times $4 Matrices",
booktitle="Proceedings of the 1992 Symbosium on Interactive {3D} Graphcis",
publisher="ACM SIGGRAPH",
month="March",
year="1992",
annote="Contains details on the implementation of 3D hyperbolic
space visualization used by Geomview."
}
@article{HansonMunznerFrancisIMVG,
title = "Interactive Methods for Visualizable Geometry",
author = "Andrew J. Hanson and Tamara Munzner and George K. Francis",
journal = "IEEE Computer",
year = "1994",
month = "July",
pages = "73--83",
volume = "27",
number = "7",
notes = "Special Issue on Visualization",
annote = "Article included in these course notes."
}
@article{geomview,
title="Geomview: An Interactive Geometry Viewer",
author="Mark Phillips and Silvio Levy and Tamara Munzner",
journal="Notices of the Amer. Math. Soc.", pages="985--988",
year="October 1993",
note="Computers and Mathematics column",
annote="Short article announcing Geomview to the mathematics community."}
@book{SOS,
author="Jeff Weeks",
title="The Shape of Space",
publisher="Marcel Dekker",
address="New York",
year="1985",
annote="Weeks' book, a gem of clarity and mathematical insight, goes
into more detail about the ideas behind the video of the same name."}
@book{OutsideIn,
title = "Outside In",
author = "Silvio Levy and Delle Maxwell and Tamara Munzner",
year = 1994,
publisher = "A. K. Peters",
note = "Video.",
annote = "A 22-minute mathematical animation about turning a
sphere inside out."
}
@book{MakingWaves,
title = "Making Waves: A Guide to the Ideas behind {Outside In}",
author = "Silvio Levy",
year = 1995,
publisher = "A. K. Peters",
annote = "Levy's written supplement to Outside In fills in the
mathematical background behind the graphics."}
@book{NotKnot,
title = "Not Knot",
author = "Charlie Gunn and Delle Maxwell",
year = 1991,
publisher = "A. K. Peters",
note = "Video.",
annote = "This 17-minute mathematical animation brings
hyperbolic geometry and knot theory to a wide audience."
}
@book{GunnC.EpsteinD:SNK,
author = "Charlie Gunn and David Epstein",
title = "Supplement to ``Not Knot''",
publisher = "Jones \& Bartlett Publishers",
address = "Boston",
year = "1991",
page = "50",
annote = "Gunn and Epstein's written supplement contains expository
sections and answers many questions about the video." }
@book{Mathematica,
title="Mathematica, A System for Doing Mathematics by Computer",
edition="2nd",
author="Stephen Wolfram",
publisher="Addison-Wesley", year=1991,
annote="Mathematica and Maple are the two most widely used
general-purpose packages for symbolic, numeric, and graphical
mathematical computation.", }
@book{Maple,
author="Bruce W. C{har~et~al.}",
title="Maple V Language Reference Manual",
publisher="Springer",
address="Waterloo, Ont.",
year="1991",
annote="Mathematica and Maple are the two most widely used
general-purpose packages for symbolic, numeric, and graphical
mathematical computation.", }
@article{Evolver,
author="Kenneth A. Brakke",
title="The Surface Evolver",
journal="Experimental Mathematics",
volume="1",
year="1992",
pages="141--165",
annote="Brakke's Surface Evolver, which models the evolution of
surfaces driven by various forces, has been widely used in both pure
and applied mathematics." }