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# 2019 B.E Computer Science and Engineering B.E Jadavpur University Computer Science & Engineering - Computer Graphics (3rd Year First Semester) -2019 Question paper

 Course: B.E Computer Science and Engineering University/board: Jadavpur University

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Exam Name- B.E Computer Science and Engineering Exam
3rd Year- 1st Semester

Subject- Computer Graphics

Total Time- Three Hours
Maximum Marks- 100

Syllabus

Introduction:
Brief discussion on historical perspective; graphics primitives such as points, lines, polygons,
etc.; representation of pictures using primitives; storage & retrieval of pictures; introduction to
graphics display devices; calligraphic/ vector graphics versus raster graphics; bit plane; colour
look-up table; introduction to graphic input devices – track ball, mouse, digitizing tablet, light pen
etc. [2L]
Rasterization techniques: [2L]
Line – DDA; Bresenham's generalized integer version; Mid-point rasterization.
Circle – Bresenham's algorithm; Mid-Point algorithm - 1
st order difference & 2nd order difference
methods. [3L]
Ellipse – Mid-Point algorithm - 1
st order difference method, brief discussion on 2nd order
difference method [1L]
2D Scan conversion & polygon filling:
Active-Edge-List (y-bucket) scan conversion of lines & polygons;
[1L]

Edge –fill , Fence –fill, & Edge –flag polygon filling algorithms; simple Seed –fill & Scan –line
seed –fill algorithms. [2L]
2D Geometric transformations:
Introduction to position vector; representation of 2D objects as matrices; transformation matrices
for scaling, shear, rotation, reflection [2L]
homogeneous coordinates; representing translation as a transformation matrix; composite
transformation matrix for arbitrary transformation; invariance of origin under transformation;
[2L]
invariance of parallelism under transformation; transformation of intersecting lines; area of
transformed polygons; 2D view-port & viewing window. [2L]
2D Clipping:
Clipping against regular window – Explicit line clipping; [1L]
Sutherland & Cohen line clipping, [1L]
Mid-point subdivision line clipping; [1L]
Clipping against arbitrary convex window – Cyrus Beck clipping algorithm, [1L]
Liang Barsky clipping algorithm; [1L]
Sutherland & Hodgemann polygon clipping. [1L]
3D Graphics:
Indroduction to right handed coordinate system for 3D representation; matrix representation of
3D object; scaling, shear & translation transformation; [1L]
rotation about principal coordinate axes & about arbitrary line; composite transformation for
arbitrary 3D transformation. [2L]
Projection:
Introducing the idea of projecting 3D object on to 2D plane; broad classification – parallel &
perspective projection; different types of parallel projection & examples of each; [ 1L]
formal definition of 3D to 2D projection and derivation of projection matrix; 1-point, 2-point &
3-point perspective projection; formal derivation of vanishing point(s) and physical implication of
the same. [2L]
Curves:
Introduction to curve fitting; piece-wise approximation using known curves; approximation using
different functions – polynomial, exponential, trigonometric etc.; [1L]

Introduction to blending function; detailed illustration by creating a hypothetical polynomial
blending function;
[1L]
general spline; cubic spline; B- spline; Hermite curve; boundary & continuity conditions for these
curves; [2L]
Bezier curve; 1st & 2nd order continuity conditions for joining Bezier curves; splitting Bezier
curve; [2L]
Hidden line removal:
Introduction; simple z-buffer algorithm; scan line z-buffer algorithm; floating horizon algorithm.
[2L]
Basic interaction handling:
Different classes of devices – locator, pick, valuator etc.; input & output handling in a window
system. [1L]
Introduction; basic illumination models; ambient, diffused and specular reflection light models;

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