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Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of Idea Group Inc. is prohibited. 3 Robertson, Coelho, MacIntyre & Juler Figure 5. OSGAR main components: OSGAR is built on top of OpenSceneGraph with exact (OSG Transform) ones. A covariance matrix inside the OSGAR Transform nodes represents the uncertainty associated with a transformation (if no uncertainty information is specified for a transformation, it is assumed to be exact and its covariance is zero). , the original transformation) is used for culling, rendering, and so on, as in regular scene graphs.
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