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Name | |

SGI_complex | |

Name Strings | |

GL_SGI_complex | |

Version | |

$Date: 1996/10/01 21:31:49 $ $Revision: 1.4 $ | |

Number | |

87 | |

Dependencies | |

EXT_abgr affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_texture3D affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_subtexture affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_histogram affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_convolution affects the definition of this extension | |

SGI_color_table affects the definition of this extension | |

SGIS_texture4D affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_cmyka affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_blend_minmax affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_blend_logicop affects the definition of this extension | |

EXT_blend_subtract affects the definition of this extension | |

Overview | |

This extension extends the notion of color values to include | |

complex color consisting of a real and imaginary parts or subcomponents | |

for each color component. This extension defines the extended semantics | |

for all operations that currently apply to color values. | |

The purpose of this extension is to provide the foundation for complex | |

color processing. With this foundation in place further | |

extensions can be added to define complex input formats, complex | |

storage formats, and additional complex processing operations. | |

Issues | |

* is there a better way? | |

* all multiplies of color*color become complex multiplies | |

(texture environment, blending); is this overkill? | |

* scalar multiplies for fog and antialiasing coverage scale the | |

real and imaginary components equally. is this okay? | |

New Procedures and Functions | |

None | |

New Tokens | |

None | |

Additions to Chapter 2 of the GL Specification (OpenGL Operation) | |

To Section 2.7 Vertex Specification | |

Paragraph 3: | |

Finally, there are several ways to set the current color. The GL stores | |

both a current single-valued color index, and a current 4-valued complex | |

RGBA color. One or the other of these is significant depending as the GL is | |

in color index mode or RGBA mode. The mode selection is made when the GL is | |

initialized. In RGBA mode state is maintained for both the real and | |

imaginary parts of each component, but only the real part may be set. | |

Paragraph 5: | |

... The initial RGBA color is (R, G, B, A) = ({1,0},{1,0},{1,0},{1,0}). | |

Section 2.12 Colors and Coloring | |

Paragraph 1: | |

Paragraph 2: | |

... After lighting, both real and imaginary parts of RGBA colors are | |

clamped to the range [0, 1]. | |

Section 2.12.1 Lighting | |

[ All colors expanded to complex ] | |

Section 2.12.6 Clamping or Masking | |

Paragraph 1: | |

... After lighting, real and imaginary parts of RGBA colors are clamped | |

to [0, 1]. ... | |

Section 2.12.8 Color and Texture Coordinate Clipping | |

[ are real and imaginary parts clipped independently? ] | |

Section 2.12.9 Final Color Processing | |

[ indicate the both real & imaginary components are converted and | |

stored as appropriate for the framebuffer ] | |

Additions to Chapter 3 of the GL Specification (Rasterization) | |

Section 3.2 Antialiasing | |

Paragraph 2: | |

In RGBA mode, the R, G, and B values of the rasterized fragment are | |

left unaffected, but the A value is multiplied by a floating-point real | |

value in the range [0, 1] that describes a fragment's screen coverage. | |

... | |

Section 3.6.3 Rasterization of Pixel Rectangles | |

Conversion to Complex (follows Conversion to floating point) | |

This step applies only to groups of components. It is no performed on | |

indices. Each element in a group is converted to a complex value by | |

setting the real part to the floating-point value computed in the | |

previous step and setting the imaginary part to zero. | |

RGBA to RGBA Lookup | |

... First, each component is converted to a real value by discarding | |

the imaginary component and the real value is clamped to the range [0, 1]. | |

There is a table associated with each of the R, G, B, and A component | |

elements: PIXEL_MAP_R_TO_R for R, PIXEL_MAP_G_TO_G for G, PIXEL_MAP_B_TO_B | |

for B, and PIXEL_MAP_A_TO_A for A. Each element is multiplied by an integer | |

on less thanthe size of the corresponding table, and, for each element, | |

and address is found by rounding this value to the nearest integer. For | |

each element, the addressed value in the correspoding table replaces the | |

element. The real value is then converted to a complex value by assigning | |

zero to the imaginary part. | |

Section 3.8 Texturing | |

Paragraph 2 | |

... The arguments width, height, format, type, and data correspond precisely | |

to the corresponding arguments to DrawPixels (refer to section 3.6.3); they | |

specify the image's width and height., a format of the image data, the type | |

of those data, and a pointer to the image data in memory. The image is taken | |

from memory exactly as if these arguments were passed to DrawPixels, but | |

the process stops just before final conversion. Both the real and imaginary | |

part of the complex R, G, B, and A value so extracted is clamped to [0, 1]. | |

... | |

Section 3.8.3 Texture Environments and Texture Functions | |

Paragraph 1. | |

... TEXTURE_ENV_COLOR is set to a RGBA color by providing four | |

single-precision floating-point values in the range [0, 1]. (values | |

outside this range are clamped to it). The four values are assigned to | |

the real parts of the complex color; the imaginary parts are unchanged | |

from the default value of zero. If intergers are proivide for | |

TEXTURE_ENV_COLOR, then they are converted to floating-point as specified | |

in Table 2.4 for signed integers. | |

Table 3.9 | |

[ modify to show complex equations ] | |

Paragraph 3. | |

The state required for the current texture environment consists of the | |

three-valued integer indicating the texture function and four complex | |

floating-point TEXTURE_ENV_COLOR values. In the initial state, the | |

texture function is given by MODULATE and TEXTURE_ENV_COLOR is | |

({0,0},{0,0},{0,0},{0,0}). | |

Section 3.9 | |

Paragraph 5. | |

... The R, G, B, and A values of C sub f are specified by calling Fog | |

with <pname> equal to FOG_COLOR; in this case params points to four values | |

comprising the real part of C sub f. ... | |

Paragraph 7. | |

The state required for fog consists of a three valued integer to select | |

the fog equation, three floating-point values d, e, and s, and RGBA fog | |

color a fog color index, and a single bit to indicate whether or not fog | |

is enabled. In the initial state, fog is disabled, FOG_MODE is EXP, d = | |

1.0, e = 1.0, and s = 0.0; C sub f = ({0,0},{0,0},{0,0},{0,0}) and i sub | |

f = 0. | |

Additions to Chapter 4 of the GL Specification (Per-Fragment Operations | |

and the Framebuffer) | |

Paragraph 3. | |

Color buffers consist of either unsigned integer color indices or R, G, | |

B, and optionally A unsigned integer values storing the real parts of | |

pixel colors. | |

Section 4.1.3 Alpha test | |

This step applies only in RGBA mode. In color index mode, proceed to the | |

next step. The alpha test discards a fragment conditional on the outcome | |

of a comparison between the incoming fragments's alpha real-part value | |

and a constant value. ... | |

Section 4.1.6 Blending | |

[complex blending equations. the destination color imaginary subcomponent | |

is zero so the equations degenerate to the real equations, | |

GL_ONE is interpreted as {1,0} and GL_ZERO as {0,0} ] | |

Section 4.3.2 Reading Pixels | |

Conversion of RGBA values | |

Paragraph 2. | |

The R, G, and B (and possibly A) values form a group of elements. Each | |

element is taken to be a fixed-point value in [0,1] wiht m bits, where | |

m is the number of bits in the corresponding color component of the | |

selected buffer (see section 2.12.9). The corresponding color value | |

is assigned to the real-part of the resulting color. The imaginary | |

part is set to zero. | |

Convolution | |

[???] | |

Color Tables | |

[???] | |

Histogram | |

[???] | |

Final Conversion | |

For an index, if the type is not FLOAT, final conversion consists of | |

masking the index with the value given Table 4.6; if the type is FLOAT, | |

then the integer index is converted to a GL float data value. For a | |

component, each the real and imaginary parts are first clamped to [0,1] | |

Then the appropriate conversion formula from Table 4.7 is applied to the | |

both the real and imaginary parts of each component. | |

Additions to Chapter 5 of the GL Specification (Special Functions) | |

Section 5.1 Evaluators | |

[ color maps evaluate to complex colors, by setting imaginary component to | |

zero ] | |

Section 5.3 Feedback | |

[ only real colors are returned. define new COLOR formats to get complex | |

colors ] | |

Additions to Chapter 6 of the GL Specification (State and State Requests) | |

[ add GetComplexFloatv(enum value, float *data); redefined state tables ] | |

Additions to the GLX Specification | |

None | |

GLX Protocol | |

Errors | |

None | |

New State | |

[ lots ? ] | |

New Implementation Dependent State | |

None |