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Machine Interpretation of Line Drawings

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Machine Interpretation of Line Drawings
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Publisher: The MIT Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0262192543
ISBN-13: 9780262192545
Number of pages: 236

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This book solves a long-standing problem in computer vision, the interpretation of line drawings and, in doing so answers many of the concerns raised by this problem, particularly with regard to errors in the placement of lines and vertices in the images. Sugihara presents a computational mechanism that functionally mimics human perception in being able to generate three-dimensional descriptions of objects from two-dimensional line drawings. The objects considered are polyhedrons or solid objects bounded by planar faces, and the line drawings are single-view pictures of these objects.

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