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Brent M. Dingle, Ph.D.

All Papers by Brent Dingle, Ph.D.

Below is a complete list, also available is a list of just peer-reviewed papers.

Human Computer Interaction (Interfaces, Serious Games, Educational Games)

  • The Trial of Galileo: a Game of Motion Graphs
    Proceedings of CHI PLAY '14
    co-authors: Kenneth Patterson, Ian Pommer, Michael N. Flaherty, Alicia Griesbach, Bryant Seiler, John Leitner, Dylan Tepp, October 2014, pp.363-366: [pdf] [pre-print pdf]

    Game shot - Trial of Galileo
    PRE-Submission to CHI PLAY Game

    PRE-Submission to CHI PLAY Trailer




  • Teaching Strategic Lean Thinking Through Simulation Gaming
    To appear in: Proceedings of the 2015 Industrial and Systems Engineering Research Conference
    co-authors: Thomas A. Lacksonen (Tom is the primary author) [pre-print pdf]

    Game shot - All World Wheelchair
    PRE-Submission to ISERC Game
    ** NOTE: this game was only Tested with Google CHROME **


    • Due to funding being removed from the UW-Stout budget, conference attendance was not possible. Thus this paper, while peer reviewed and accepted, was not published.

Simulation and Modeling (and Graphics)

  • Keyframing Particles of Physically-Based Systems
    Proceedings of Theory and Practice of Computer Graphics
    Winner of Robert Fletcher Prize for Best Application Paper and Presentation,
    co-author John Keyser, June 2005, pp.11-18: [pdf] [pre-print pdf]

  • Obtaining Fuzzy Representations of 3D Objects,
    TR-2005-11-6, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2005: [pdf]

  • Volumetric Particle Separating Planes for Collision Detection,
    TR-2004-12-4, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2004: [pdf]

  • Rigid Body Motion - An Introduction,
    TR-2004-12-2, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2004: [pdf]
    (this works well with Baraff's SIGGRAPH 1999 Course Notes).

  • Surface Reconstruction - A Connect the Dots Approach,
    Project Paper, CPSC 645, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2004: [pdf]

Computer Algebra and Symbolic Computation

  • Designing a Multivariate Polynomial Class,
    TR-2004-07-04, Computer Science Department,
    Note: Appendix contains source code,
    Texas A&M University, 2004: [pdf]

  • Symbolic Determinants: Calculating the Degree,
    TR-2005-07-01, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2005: [pdf].

  • Multivariate Determinants Through Univariate Interpolation,
    TR-2005-07-02, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2005: [pdf].

  • Calculating Determinants of Symbolic and Numeric Matrices,
    TR-2005-11-04, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2005: [pdf].

  • Efficiently Evaluating a Polynomial Matrix,
    TR-2005-11-05, Computer Science Department,
    Texas A&M University, 2005: [pdf].

Graph Theory

  • Hamiltonian Cycles,
    Project Papers, for CPSC 626, Computer Science Department,
    Note: the second paper contains source code,
    Texas A&M University, 1998:
    Image of inner n cube with hamiltonian cycles
    • Finding Hamiltonian Cycles in the Inner Cube of an n-Cube [pdf]
    • Finding Hamiltonian Cycles in the Inner n-Cube [pdf]


Robotic Motion Planning

  • Robotic Motion Planning Applied to Word Ladder Problems,
    Project Paper, CPSC 689, Computer Science Department,
    Note: Appendix contains source code,
    Texas A&M University, 2002: [pdf]