Research Article Open Access

Graphics Pipeline Evolution: Problems and Solutions

Ghazi Shakah1, Mutasem Alkhasawneh1, Victor Krasnoproshin2 and Dzmitry Mazouka3
  • 1 Aloun National University, Jordan
  • 2 Belarusian State University, Belarus
  • 3 Unsworth Heights, New Zealand


Real-time computer graphics technologies such as graphics engines and graphics pipeline (software and hardware components) have improved considerably in the past decade. However, increase in efficiency and broadening of the applicability area has come at the cost of complexity of the tools. Therefore, development costs of advanced visualization systems can increase considerably. In this research we explore the possibility of addressing this problem by analyzing the software development methodology of graphics pipeline. We believe that the pipeline’s limitation regarding geometrical primitives in its operations is one of the reasons for the development efficiency bottleneck. We propose an approach that extends graphics pipeline with additional processing stages that can operate with primitives of higher order. This new method has the potential to reduce the pipeline’s application-level complexity for developers to create better software.

Journal of Computer Science
Volume 15 No. 7, 2019, 880-885


Submitted On: 11 December 2018 Published On: 2 July 2019

How to Cite: Shakah, G., Alkhasawneh, M., Krasnoproshin, V. & Mazouka, D. (2019). Graphics Pipeline Evolution: Problems and Solutions. Journal of Computer Science, 15(7), 880-885.

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  • Computer Graphics
  • Rendering
  • Pipeline
  • Graphics Engines
  • Software Development