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42), and Hellinger (Equ. 43) distances have been tested. Note that the Kullback-Leibler-based oracle coincides with the MI oracle (Equ. 39). The oracles used in the test are the following: • Kullback-Leibler (KL) ρi Ai Aj F DKL (p, q)Bj < . 5. 12: Results obtained with the MI method for the scene shown in Fig. 10. (a) and (c) show the grids corresponding to (b) and (d) Gouraud shaded solutions. The number of patches is 18, 338 and 2, 684, 260 rays have been used for radiosity computation and 10 rays for each oracle evaluation.

Taking into account that the summation is the Kullback-Leibler distance between {Fij } and {aj } with j ranging in the set of patches, it is easy to see that Ii ≥ 0. From Equ. 16, we can write IS = Ii = i∈S Iij . 32) i∈S j ∈S The information transfer between two patches can be accurately calculated if we consider the continuous mutual information between them. Thus, from the continuous visibility mutual information (Equ. 24), we get Iijc = Si Sj 1 F (x, y) log(AT F (x, y))dAx dAy . 33) This continuous measure expresses with maximum precision the visibility information transfer between two elements, and it can be computed with an area-to-area sampling (see Sec.

Similarly, to Shannon entropy, a fundamental property of the Boltzmann entropy is its additivity. This property ensures the extensivity of the entropy but strongly correlated systems present non-extensive properties that require another type of entropy fulfilling non-additivity. Tsallis proposed the Harvda-Charvát entropy in order to deal with these “pathological” systems. , the computation of the intensities of light taking into account all the bounces over the surfaces of a scene). This type of simulation is called global illumination and is represented by the rendering equation [61], which is a Fredholm integral equation of the second kind.