It brings together 41 papers by researchers, educators, engineers, and government officials working in the field in China, Australia, and the US, who share research on technology for transportations systems, bank self-service terminals, bank cost analysis, intrusion detection, digital watermarks, encryption, and civil aviation departure information systems, as well as topics such as non-photorealistic rendering for 3D mesh models, an anomaly detection algorithm, congestion control in networks, digital rights management, optimization design problems, time frequency peak filtering, and radio frequency identification technology.
What does NPR stand for?
NPR stands for Non-Photorealistic Rendering (3D rendering technique used in computer graphics)
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- Nippon Piston Ring (Japan)
- No Prior Record
- No Purchase Required
- Noise Power Ratio
- Noise Preferential Routes (air traffic control)
- Noiseless Portable Reflex (16mm film camera)
- Nominal Protection Rate
- Non-Performance Risk (finance)
- Non-Permanent Resident (various locations)
- Northern Pacific Railroad
- Northern Plains Railroad
- Nose-Poke Response (animal research)
- Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Federal Reserve Bank)
- Nozzle Pressure Ratio (jet engines)
- Nuclear Posture Review
- Number of Problem Reports (TL 9000)
- Nurse-Patient Ratio
- Nursing Peer Review (various organizations)
- Permutation (probabilities)
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Silhouette computation is crucial in object-space visible surface algorithms as well as non-photorealistic rendering.