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Lü Bu said, "But we are father and son! He was not concerned about you at all when you almost died, so where was the father-son bond?
Instead, let's have a man-on-man fight. Guo Si's men saved their superior. Both sides withdrew their forces. His defeat and subsequent flight took place 60 days after Dong Zhuo's death.
Pei Songzhi commented that the "60 days" claim in the original text of the Sanguozhi was erroneous. According to other sources, Lü Bu killed Dong Zhuo on the 23rd day of the fourth month in the third year of the Chuping era — in Emperor Xian 's reign, and he fled from Chang'an on the first day of the sixth month.
There were no interpolated dates in between, so Lü Bu could not have spent 60 days in Chang'an after Dong Zhuo's death.
The former claimed that Lü Bu expected to be received warmly because he felt that he had helped Yuan Shu take revenge by slaying Dong Zhuo. However, Yuan Shu detested Lü Bu because of his duplicity so he refused to accept him.
Lü Bu also allowed his men to plunder the area. Yuan Shu became worried that Lü Bu would pose a threat to him, and Lü also felt uneasy after he heard that Yuan was suspicious of him, so he left.
Zhang Yan had thousands of elite soldiers and cavalry. They did this three to four times every day continuously for a period of over ten days and eventually defeated Zhang Yan's forces.
Lü Bu behaved arrogantly in front of Yuan Shao because he perceived that he had done the Yuans a favour by slaying Dong Zhuo.
He belittled Yuan's followers and treated them with contempt. He once asked for more soldiers from Yuan Shao but was refused, after which he sent his men to plunder Yuan's territories.
Yuan Shao was greatly displeased and felt that Lü Bu posed a threat to him. Lü Bu sensed that Yuan Shao was suspicious of him so he wanted to leave northern China and return to Luoyang.
On the day of Lü Bu's departure, Yuan Shao sent 30 armoured soldiers to escort him and personally saw him off. Along the journey, Lü Bu stopped and rested inside his tent.
That night, Yuan Shao's soldiers crept into the tent and killed the person inside, who had covered himself with a blanket, after which they reported that Lü Bu was dead.
The following day, Yuan Shao received news that Lü Bu was still alive so he immediately had the gates in his city closed.
In fact, Lü Bu had secretly left his tent the previous night without Yuan Shao's soldiers knowing, and had ordered one of his men to remain inside as a decoy.
Yuan Shao sent his men to pursue Lü Bu but they were afraid of Lü and did not dare to approach him. If you kill me, you'll become weaker.
If you recruit me, you can obtain the same honours and titles as Li Jue and Guo Si. The account of Lü Bu's association with Zhang Yang in the Sanguozhi differed slightly from that recorded in the Houhanshu.
He left Zhang Yang later and went to join Yuan Shao, but returned to Zhang again after surviving the assassination attempt.
Zhang Miao made a pledge of friendship with Lü Bu when he saw him off from Chenliu. Yuan Shao was furious when he heard that Zhang Miao — whom he had a feud with — had become Lü Bu's friend.
The various commanderies and counties in Yan Province responded to Lü Bu's call and defected to his side, except for Juancheng , Dong'e and Fan counties, which still remained under Cao Cao's control.
The armies of Lü Bu and Cao Cao clashed at Puyang, where Cao was unable to overcome Lü, so both sides were locked in a stalemate for over days. At the time, Yan Province was plagued by locusts and droughts so the people suffered from famine and many had resorted to cannibalism to survive.
Lü Bu moved his base from Puyang further east to Shanyang. Lü Bu treated Liu Bei very respectfully when he first met him, and he said, "You and I are both from the northern borders.
However, after I slew Dong Zhuo and left Chang'an , none of the former coalition members were willing to accept me.
They even tried to kill me. He then threw a feast for Liu Bei and called Liu his "younger brother". Liu Bei knew that Lü Bu was unpredictable and untrustworthy, but he kept quiet and pretended to be friendly towards Lü Bu.
I participated in the campaign against Dong Zhuo but did not manage to kill him. You slew Dong Zhuo and sent me his head.
In doing so, you helped me take revenge and salvage my reputation. This was the first favour you did me. Later, you attacked Cao Cao in Yan Province and helped me regain my reputation.
This was the second favour you did me. Throughout my life, I have never heard of the existence of Liu Bei, but he started a war with me.
With your mighty spirit, you are capable of defeating Liu Bei, and this will be the third favour you do me.
With these three favours you did me, I am willing to entrust matters of life and death to you even though I may not be worthy.
You have been fighting battles for a long time and you lack food supplies. If they are insufficient, I will continue to provide you a steady flow of supplies.
If you need weapons and military equipment, just ask. Lü Bu led his forces to some 40 li west of Xiapi. The city is now in a state of chaos.
There are 1, soldiers from Danyang stationed at the west white gate. When they heard of your arrival, they jumped for joy as if they have been revitalised.
The Danyang soldiers will open the west gate for you when you reach there. Lü Bu sat on the viewing platform above the gate and instructed his troops to set fire in the city.
They defeated Zhang Fei and his men in battle and captured Liu Bei's family, the families of Liu's subordinates, and Liu's supplies.
This took place in around early He had a ji erected at the gate of the camp, and proposed, "Gentlemen, watch me fire an arrow at the lower part of the curved blade on the ji.
If I hit it in one shot, all of you must withdraw your forces and leave. If I don't, you can remain here and prepare for battle.
Everyone present at the scene was shocked. They said, "General, you possess Heaven's might! Earlier on, Yuan Shu wanted to form an alliance with Lü Bu so he proposed a marriage between his son and Lü Bu's daughter.
Weakest strength is my lack of confidence and I tend to hold in all my thoughts and help others instead if helping myself. LuLingqi: Great strength is my natural born strength given by my father and endless training.
Weakest strength is actually my strength again, it can lead to foolishness. Who knows View more. There are things in life that you just do, no questions ask.
Nope View more. Racist people? We can't do anything about them but ignore and hate them from afar. Gradient-domain rendering alleviates this problem by additionally generating image gradients and reformulating rendering as a screened Poisson image reconstruction problem.
To improve the quality and performance of the reconstruction, we propose a novel and practical deep learning based approach in this paper.
The core of our approach is a multi-branch auto-encoder, termed GradNet, which end-to-end learns a mapping from a noisy input image and its corresponding image gradients to a high-quality image with low variance.
Once trained, our network is fast to evaluate and does not require manually parameter tweaking. Due to the difficulty in preparing ground truth images for training, we design and train our network in a completely unsupervised manner by learning directly from the input data.
This is the first solution incorporating unsupervised deep learning into the gradient-domain rendering framework.
The loss function is defined as an energy function including a data fidelity term and a gradient fidelity term. To further reduce the noise of the reconstructed image, the loss function is reinforced by adding a regularizer constructed from selected rendering-specific features.
We demonstrate that our method improves the reconstruction quality for a diverse set of scenes, and reconstructing a high-resolution image takes far less than one second on a recent GPU.
Many-light rendering is becoming more common and important as rendering goes into the next level of complexity.
However, to calculate the illumination under many lights, state of the art algorithms are still far from efficient, due to the separate consideration of light sampling and BRDF sampling.
To deal with the inefficiency of many-light rendering, we present a novel light sampling method named BRDF-oriented light sampling, which selects lights based on importance values estimated using the BRDF's contributions.
Our BRDF-oriented light sampling method works naturally with MIS, and allows us to dynamically determine the number of samples allocated for different sampling techniques.
With our method, we can achieve a significantly faster convergence to the ground truth results, both perceptually and numerically, as compared to previous many-light rendering algorithms.
Transmission of radiation through spatially-correlated media has demonstrated deviations from the classical exponential law of the corresponding uncorrelated media.
In this paper, we propose a general, physically-based framework for modeling and rendering such correlated media with non-exponential decay of transmittance.
We describe spatial correlations by introducing the Fractional Gaussian Field FGF , a powerful mathematical tool that has proven useful in many areas but remains under-explored in graphics.
With the FGF, we study the effects of correlations in a unified manner, by modeling both high-frequency, noise-like fluctuations and k-th order fractional Brownian motion fBm with a stochastic continuity property.
As a result, we are able to reproduce a wide variety of appearances stemming from different types of spatial correlations.
Compared to previous work, our method is the first that addresses both short-range and long-range correlations using physically-based fluctuation models.
We show that our method can simulate different extents of randomness in spatially-correlated media, resulting in a smooth transition in a range of appearances from exponential falloff to complete transparency.
We further demonstrate how our method can be integrated into an energy-conserving RTE framework with a well-designed importance sampling scheme and validate its ability compared to the classical transport theory and previous work.
Prefiltering the reflectance of a displacement-mapped surface while preserving its overall appearance is challenging, as smoothing a displacement map causes complex changes of illumination effects such as shadowing-masking and interreflection.
These SVBRDFs preserve the appearance of the input models by capturing both shadowing-masking and interreflection effects. To express our appearance-preserving SVBRDFs efficiently, we leverage a new representation that involves spatially varying NDFs and a novel scaling function that accurately captures micro-scale changes of shadowing, masking, and interreflection effects.
Further, we show that the 6D scaling function can be factorized into a 2D function of surface location and a 4D function of direction. By exploiting the smoothness of these functions, we develop a simple and efficient factorization method that does not require computing the full scaling function.
The resulting functions can be represented at low resolutions e. Our method generalizes well to different types of geometries beyond Gaussian surfaces.
Models prefiltered using our approach at different scales can be combined to form mipmaps, allowing accurate and anti-aliased level-of-detail LoD rendering.
Simulation of light reflection from specular surfaces is a core problem of computer graphics. Most existing solutions either make the approximation of providing only a large-area average solution in terms of a fixed BRDF ignoring spatial detail , or are based only on geometric optics which is an approximation to more accurate wave optics , or both.
We design the first rendering algorithm based on a wave optics model, but also able to compute spatially-varying specular highlights with high-resolution detail.
We compute a wave optics reflection integral over the coherence area; our solution is based on approximating the phase-delay grating representation of a micron-resolution surface heightfield using Gabor kernels.
Our results show both single-wavelength and spectral solution to reflection from common everyday objects, such as brushed, scratched and bumpy metals.
Physically-based hair and fur rendering is crucial for visual realism. One of the key effects is global illumination, involving light bouncing between different fibers.
This is very time-consuming to simulate with methods like path tracing. Efficient approximate global illumination techniques such as dual scattering are in widespread use, but are limited to human hair only, and cannot handle color bleeding, transparency and hair-object inter-reflection.
We present the first global illumination model, based on dipole diffusion for subsurface scattering, to approximate light bouncing between individual fur fibers.
We model complex light and fur interactions as subsurface scattering, and use a simple neural network to convert from fur fibers' properties to scattering parameters.
Our network is trained on only a single scene with different parameters, but applies to general scenes and produces visually accurate appearance, supporting color bleeding and further inter-reflections.
Distribution effects such as diffuse global illumination, soft shadows and depth of field, are most accurately rendered using Monte Carlo ray or path tracing.
However, physically accurate algorithms can take hours to converge to a noise-free image. A recent body of work has begun to bridge this gap, showing that both individual and multiple effects can be achieved accurately and efficiently.
These methods use sparse sampling, GPU raytracers, and adaptive filtering for reconstruction. They are based on a Fourier analysis, which models distribution effects as a wedge in the frequency domain.
The wedge can be approximated as a single large axis-aligned filter, which is fast but retains a large area outside the wedge, and therefore requires a higher sampling rate; or a tighter sheared filter, which is slow to compute.
The state-of-the-art fast sheared filtering method combines low sampling rate and efficient filtering, but has been demonstrated for individual distribution effects only, and is limited by high-dimensional data storage and processing.
We present a novel filter for efficient rendering of combined effects, involving soft shadows and depth of field, with global diffuse indirect illumination.
We approximate the wedge spectrum with multiple axis-aligned filters, marrying the speed of axis-aligned filtering with an even more accurate compact and tighter representation than sheared filtering.
We demonstrate rendering of single effects at comparable sampling and frame-rates to fast sheared filtering. Our main practical contribution is in rendering multiple distribution effects, which have not even been demonstrated accurately with sheared filtering.
Physically-based fur rendering is difficult. Recently, structural differences between hair and fur fibers have been revealed by Yan et al.
However, fur rendering is still complicated due to the complex scattering paths through the medulla. We develop a number of optimizations that improve efficiency and generality without compromising accuracy, leading to a practical fur reflectance model.
We also propose a key contribution to support both near and far-field rendering, and allow smooth transitions between them.
Moreover, we introduce a compression scheme using tensor decomposition to dramatically reduce the precomputed data storage for scattered lobes to only KB, with minimal loss of accuracy.
By exploiting piecewise analytic integration, our method further enables a multi-scale rendering scheme that transitions between near and far field rendering smoothly and efficiently for the first time, leading to x speed up over previous work.
We present the first method to efficiently and accurately predict antialiasing footprints to pre-filter color-, normal-, and displacement-mapped appearance in the context of multi-bounce global illumination.
We derive Fourier spectra for radiance and importance functions that allow us to compute spatial-angular filtering footprints at path vertices, for both uni- and bi-directional path construction.
We then use these footprints to antialias reflectance modulated by high-resolution color, normal, and displacement maps encountered along a path.
In doing so, we also unify the traditional path-space formulation of light-transport with our frequency-space interpretation of global illumination pre-filtering.
Our method is fully compatible with all existing single bounce pre-filtering appearance models, not restricted by path length, and easy to implement atop existing path-space renderers.
We illustrate its effectiveness on several radiometrically complex scenarios where previous approaches either completely fail or require orders of magnitude more time to arrive at similarly high-quality results.
Specular BRDF rendering traditionally approximates surface microstructure using a smooth normal distribution, but this ignores glinty effects, easily observable in the real world.