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(PAST)
We have decided to continue the research in each specialized field of the research members in Mathematics
since we think the structure we found should be reviewed and extended from the mathematical point of view.
This project continues to have the discussions on this topic among researchers in Mathematics and Computer Graphics as before.
Please contact the corresponding moderator, Kosaku Nagasaka if you have a question on the project.

(PAST) Soon after the project is initiated, we have found a structure that is important in Computer Graphics and seems important in Mathematics. Although this structure requires many fundamental mathematical discussions which might take a long period of time, we have decided to focus on this structure in Mathematics. Please contact the corresponding moderator, Kosaku Nagasaka if you have a question on this approach of the project.

(PAST) Soon after the project is initiated, we have found a structure that is important in Computer Graphics and seems important in Mathematics. Although this structure requires many fundamental mathematical discussions which might take a long period of time, we have decided to focus on this structure in Mathematics. Please contact the corresponding moderator, Kosaku Nagasaka if you have a question on this approach of the project.

"Finding Mathematical Structures in Computer Graphics" is one of the projects of "KSS Projects for Communication", which is started since 2015.

Our goal is to find both fundamental and practical connections between pure-mathematics and computer graphics. We strive to make our group represent a good mixture of mathematical background and knowledge in computer graphics. We aim to publish several fundamental techniques and theories based on our collaborations as academic journals, with practical applications to industries such as the image industry.

The reason we started this project is very simple. For a couple of years, Kobe Studio Seminar for Studies with Renderman (and its former seminars) has organized several seminars by which we have noticed a possibility of collaborating with several sorts of specialists. This effort leads to some preliminary results such as Symbolic-Numeric Computations for Computer Graphics.

- Toshiya Hachisuka (University of Tokyo) (corresponding chair)
- Moderators of KSS Projects for Communication (advisors)

- Yusuke Kiriu (Studio Phones)
- Kosaku Nagasaka (Kobe University)
- Akira Ushijima (Kanazawa University)
- Yusuke Arike (University of Tsukuba)
- Shoichi Fujimori (Okayama Univeristy)
- Kosuke Naokawa (Kobe University)
- Goro Akagi (Kobe University)
- Masashi Yasumoto (Kobe University)
- Osamu Saeki (IMI, Kyushu University)

Please contact the corresponding moderator, Kosaku Nagasaka if you have a question on any project of KSS Projects for Communication.