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Computer Vision for Computer Graphics

Seminar – Summer Semester 2014

Organizers: Christian Theobalt, Christian Richardt

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Multi-view stereo
(Goesele et al., CVPR 2006)
(Newcombe et al., ISMAR 2011)

How to read an academic paper

Just as you wouldn't read a website or newspaper in the same way that you would read a novel, there are both efficient and inefficient ways to read academic papers. Learning to read a new kind of material is hard work, and you should try to adapt your reading style to accommodate the characteristics of the medium. It might take some time to find a reading style or method which works best for the individual, but some general guidelines are broadly applicable. We present a list of online references from a computer science perspective which may help you adjust more quickly to the reading task at hand:

How to Write an Academic Paper

Academic writing is similarly different from other forms of writing. We present a list of online references which may help you write your reports:

How to Give an Academic Presentation

Christian discussed this topic at length in his "How to give a good talk" lecture, but here are more references which you might find useful: