The hyperlinks in the list below perform the following functions:

- Clicking on an author's name will either transport you to the home page of the author, or bring up a dialog box which you can use to send email to the author.
- Clicking on a paper title either downloads a
`gzip`-compressed PostScript version of the paper, or transports you to a page containing information directly related to the paper, e.g. figures, movies, software.

- Böhm, Wolfgang, Gerald Farin, and Jürgen Kahmann. A Survey of Curve and Surface Methods in CAGD. Computer Aided Geometric Design 1 (1984): 1-60.
- Seidel, Hans-Peter. An Introduction to Polar Forms. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (January 1993): 38-46.
- Guibas, Leonidas, and Lyle Ramshaw. The Polar Forms of Polynomial Curves. Handout from 1992 CS 348A lecture notes.
- Ramshaw, Lyle. Blossoms are Polar Forms. Computer Aided Geometric Design 6 (1989): 323-358.
- Guibas, Leonidas, and Lyle Ramshaw. Joints and Splines via Polar Forms. Handout from 1992 CS 348A lecture notes.
- Clarkson, Mark. Hash's 3-D Animation. PC Graphics & Video (October 1995): 54, 56.

- Stollnitz, Eric J., Tony D. DeRose, and David H. Salesin. Wavelets for Computer Graphics: A Primer Part 1. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (May 1995): 76-84.
- Stollnitz, Eric J., Tony D. DeRose, and David H. Salesin. Wavelets for Computer Graphics: A Primer Part 2. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications (July 1995): 75-85.
- Finkelstein, Adam, and David H. Salesin. Multiresolution Curves. Proceedings of SIGGRAPH '94: 261-268.
- DeRose, Tony D., Michael Lounsbery, and Joe Warren. Multiresolution Analysis for Surfaces of Arbitrary Topological Type. Technical Report 93-10-05. Seattle, WA: University of Washington, October 29, 1993.

- Hart, John C., George K. Francis, and Louis H. Kauffman. Visualizing Quaternion Rotation. ACM Transactions on Graphics 13 (3): 256-276.
- Guibas, Leonidas, and Lyle Ramshaw. Quaternions. Handout from 1992 CS 348A lecture notes.
- Lerios, Apostolos. Rotations and Quaternions. Handout from 1993 CS 348A lecture notes. Also available in Word 7 formats, in standard sheets and for listing paper, courtesy of Marc Madaule.

Last update: 13 December 1995 by Apostolos "Toli" Lerios tolis@cs.stanford.edu