Some of Greg Ward's Publications

  1. Ward, Gregory J., Bruno Bueno, David Geisler-Moroder, Lars O. Grobe, Jacob C. Jonsson, Eleanor S. Lee, Taoning Wang, Helen Rose Wilson, "Daylight Simulation Workflows Incorporating Measured Bidirectional Scattering Distribution Functions" Energy & Buildings, Vol. 259, No. 11890, 2022.
  2. Subramaniam, Sarith, Sabine Hoffmann, Sridhar Thyageswaran, Greg Ward, "Calculation of View Factors for Building Simulations with an Open-Source Raytracing Tool" Applied Sciences Vol 12, No. 6. 2022.
  3. Wang, Taoning, Eleanor S. Lee, Gregory J. Ward, Tammie Yu, "Field validation of data-driven BSDF and peak extraction models for light-scattering fabric shades" Energy & Buildings, March 2022.
  4. David Geisler-Moroder, Gregory J Ward, Taoning Wang, Eleanor S Lee, "Peak extraction in daylight simulations using BSDF data," IBPSA Building Simulation, 2021.
  5. Wang, Taoning, Gregory Ward, Eleanor Lee, "Efficient modeling of optically-complex, non-coplanar exterior shading: Validation of matrix algebraic methods" Energy & Buildings, vol. 174, pp. 464-83, Sept. 2018.
  6. Lee, Eleanor S., David Geisler-Moroder, Gregory Ward, "Modeling the direct sun component in buildings using matrix algebraic approaches: Methods and validation," Solar Energy, vol. 160, 15 January 2018, pp 380-395.
  7. Narain, Rahul, Rachel A. Albert, Abdullah Bulbul, Gregory J. Ward, Marty Banks, James F. O'Brien, "Optimal Presentation of Imagery with Focus Cues on Multi-Plane Displays," SIGGRAPH 2015.
  8. Ward, Greg, Murat Kurt, and Nicolas Bonneel, "Reducing Anisotropic BSDF Measurement to Common Practice," Workshop on Material Appearance Modeling, 2014.
  9. Banks, Martin, Abdullah Bulbul, Rachel Albert, Rahul Narain, James F. O'Brien, Gregory Ward, "The Perception of Surface Material from Disparity and Focus Cues," VSS 2014.
  10. McNeil, A., C.J. Jonsson, D. Appelfeld, G. Ward, E.S. Lee, "A validation of a ray-tracing tool used to generate bi-directional scattering distribution functions for complex fenestration systems," Solar Energy, 98, 404-14, November 2013.
  11. Ward, G., R. Mistrick, E.S. Lee, A. McNeil, J. Jonsson, "Simulating the Daylight Performance of Complex Fenestration Systems Using Bidirectional Scattering Distribution Functions within Radiance," Leukos, 7(4), April 2011.
  12. Melendez, Francho, M. Glencross, G.J. Ward, R.J. Hubbold, "Relightable Buildings from Images," EUROGRAPHICS 2011.
  13. Ward, Greg, M. Glencross, "A Case Study Evaluation: Perceptually Accurate Textured Surface Models," Sixth Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (APGV), September 2009.
  14. Glencross, Mashhuda, G. Ward, C. Jay, J. Liu, F. Melendez, R. Hubbold, "A Perceptually Validated Model for Surface Depth Hallucination," ACM Trans. Graph. (special issue SIGGRAPH 2008), August 2008.
  15. Ward, Greg, "Defining Dynamic Range," Proceedings of the 2008 Society of Information Display Symposium, May 2008.
  16. Rempel, Allan G., M. Trentacoste, H. Seetzen, D. Young, W. Heidrich, L. Whitehead, G. Ward, "Ldr2Hdr: On-the-fly Reverse Tone Mapping of Legacy Video and Photographs," ACM Trans. Graph. (special issue SIGGRAPH 2007), August 2007.
  17. Trentacoste, Matthew, W. Heidrich, L. Whitehead, H. Seetzen, G. Ward, "Photometric Image Processing for High Dynamic Range Displays," Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation, Special Issue on High Dynamic Range Imaging, 2007.
  18. Ward, Greg, "The Hopeful Future of High Dynamic Range Imaging," Proceedings of the 2007 Society of Information Display Symposium, May 2007.
  19. Ward, Greg, "A General Approach to Backwards-Compatible Delivery of High Dynamic Range Images and Video," Proceedings of the Fourteenth Color Imaging Conference, November 2006.
  20. Reinhard, Erik, G. Ward, S. Pattanaik, P. Debevec, High Dynamic Range Imaging: Acquisition, Display, and Image-Based Lighting, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, San Francisco, 2005.
  21. Ward, Greg, and Maryann Simmons, "JPEG-HDR: A Backwards-Compatible, High Dynamic Range Extension to JPEG," Proceedings of the Thirteenth Color Imaging Conference, November 2005.
  22. Seetzen, Helge, W. Heidrich, W. Stuezlinger, G. Ward, L. Whitehead, M. Trentacoste, A. Ghosh, A. Vorozcovs, "High Dynamic Range Display Systems," ACM Trans. Graph. (special issue SIGGRAPH 2004), August 2004.
  23. Ward, Greg, Maryann Simmons, "Subband Encoding of High Dynamic Range Imagery," First Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization (APGV), August 2004.
  24. Cater, Kirsten, Alan Chalmers, Greg Ward, "Detail to Attention: Exploiting Visual Tasks for Selective Rendering," Eurographics Symposium on Rendering 2003, June 2003.
  25. Seetzen, Helge, Lorne Whitehead, Greg Ward, "High Dynamic Range Display Using Low and High Resolution Modulators," The Society for Information Display International Symposium, May 2003.
  26. Ward, Greg, "Fast, robust image registration for compositing high dynamic range photographcs from hand-held exposures," Journal of Graphics Tools, 8(2):17-30, 2003.
  27. Ward, Greg, Elena Eydelberg-Vileshin, "Picture Perfect RGB Rendering Using Spectral Prefiltering and Sharp Color Primaries," Thirteenth Eurographics Workshop on Rendering (2002), P. Debevec and S. Gibson (Editors), June 2002.
  28. Ward, Greg, "A Wide Field, High Dynamic Range, Stereographic Viewer," Proceedings of PICS 2002, April 2002.
  29. Ward, Gregory, "High Dynamic Range Imaging," Proceedings of the Ninth Color Imaging Conference, November 2001.
  30. Ward, Gregory and Maryann Simmons, " The Holodeck Ray Cache: An Interactive Rendering System for Global Illumination in Nondiffuse Environments," ACM Transactions on Graphics, 18(4):361-98, October 1999.
  31. Larson, G.W., "LogLuv encoding for full-gamut, high-dynamic range images," Journal of Graphics Tools, 3(1):15-31 1998.
  32. Larson, G.W., "Overcoming Gamut and Dynamic Range Limitations in Digital Images," Proceedings of the Sixth Color Imaging Conference, November 1998.
  33. Larson, G.W., "The Holodeck: A Parallel Ray-caching Rendering System," Proceedings of the Second Eurographics Workshop on Parallel Graphics and Visualisation, September 1998.
  34. Larson, G.W. and R.A. Shakespeare, Rendering with Radiance: the Art and Science of Lighting Visualization, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, San Francisco, 1998.
  35. Larson, G.W., H. Rushmeier, C. Piatko, "A Visibility Matching Tone Reproduction Operator for High Dynamic Range Scenes," IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Vol. 3, No. 4, December 1997.
  36. Ward, G., "Making Global Illumination User-Friendly," Sixth Eurographics Workshop on Rendering, Springer-Verlag, Dublin, Ireland, June 1995.
  37. Rushmeier, H., G. Ward, C. Piatko, P. Sanders, B. Rust, " Comparing Real and Synthetic Images: Some Ideas about Metrics," Sixth Eurographics Workshop on Rendering, Springer-Verlag, Dublin, Ireland, June 1995.
  38. Ward, G., "The RADIANCE Lighting Simulation and Rendering System," Computer Graphics, July 1994.
  39. Rushmeier, H., G. Ward, "Energy Preserving Non-Linear Filters," Computer Graphics, July 1994.
  40. Ward, G., "A Contrast-Based Scalefactor for Luminance Display," Graphics Gems IV, Edited by Paul Heckbert, Academic Press 1994.
  41. Ward, G., "Measuring and Modeling Anisotropic Reflection," Computer Graphics, Vol. 26, No. 2, July 1992.
  42. Ward, G., P. Heckbert, "Irradiance Gradients," Third Annual Eurographics Workshop on Rendering, Springer-Verlag, May 1992.
  43. Ward, G., "Adaptive Shadow Testing for Ray Tracing" Photorealistic Rendering in Computer Graphics, proceedings of 1991 Eurographics Rendering Workshop, edited by P. Brunet and F.W. Jansen, Springer-Verlag.
  44. Ward, G., "Visualization," Lighting Design and Application, Vol. 20, No. 6, June 1990.
  45. Ward, G., F. Rubinstein, R. Clear, "A Ray Tracing Solution for Diffuse Interreflection," Computer Graphics, Vol. 22, No. 4, August 1988.
  46. Ward, G., F. Rubinstein, "A New Technique for Computer Simulation of Illuminated Spaces," Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Society, Vol. 17, No. 1, Winter 1988.

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