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This is a report on the fifth offering of a special graduate course on geometric modeling and computer graphics, CS 285: "Procedural Generation of Geometrical Objects". This document is a collection of the student's course projects with a brief introduction and an overview over this year's course syllabus. The projects described include several interactive editing tools for the Berkeley UniGrafix modeling environment, a couple of utilities useful for the analysis of algebraic surfaces and for the visualization of the stability domain of dynamical systems, as well as a highly parameterized generator for tree models of trees for use in architectural scenes. Most projects have been developed on SGI's personal IRIS workstation.

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