By Brusov P.
Resonating valence bonds; prolonged Hubbard versions; Fractional records and anyon superconductivity; Nonlinear [сигма]-model, chiral states and box theories; One-dimentional Hubbard version; Hubbard version in infinite-dimensional area; Symmetry of order parameter in HTSC.
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However, the additional effort required to use the CGI allows the application to get the performance advantages from being as near as possible to the actual device. 2 CGI targets The CGI is designed to satisfy a wide range of target devices and target implementations. 1). The following reference models illustrate three target implementations: CGM generators, graphics devices, and window systems. 1 CGM generator The Computer Graphics Metafile (CGM) defines standard encodings for static computer generated pictures.
6). CGI implementations that support the BASIC CGM profile can directly interpret the CGM graphic primitive and attribute elements. Therefore, a CGM interpreter can be easily implemented using the CGI since the CGM graphic primitive and attribute elements corre spond directly to CGI functions. For example, the CGM CIRCLE ele ment is defined in exactly the same way as the CGI CIRCLE function. , the binary encoding), the CIRCLE element read from the CGM can be sent directly to the CGI unmodified.
Clipping occurs before graphic objects are abstractly rendered), but after the associated transformation is applied. Graphic objects do not represent point sets in real-valued VDC space until after the shape is rendered. 26 Rendering component - VDC size specification mode and SHAPE clipping objects are then transformed by the inverse of the associated transfor mation so that the rendering of the shape is correctly applied. The asso ciated transformation is then applied after rendering the shape.