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This paper presents a method for simulating anisotropic friction for deforming surfaces and solids. Frictional contact is a complex phenomenon that fuels research in mechanical engineering, computational contact mechanics, composite material design and rigid body dynamics, to name just a few. Many real-world materials have anisotropic surface properties. As an example, most textiles exhibit direction-dependent frictional behavior, but despite its tremendous impact on visual appearance, onlydoi:10.1145/1599470.1599490 dblp:conf/sca/PabstTS09 fatcat:ffbtxyhqtren3ff67mqkepzmny