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September 2007
MobileHCI '07: Proceedings of the 9th international conference on Human computer interaction with mobile devices and services

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OpenVG 1.0 is a 2D vector graphics standard and its API (Application Programming Interface) was released by the Khronos Group. In this paper, we introduce our OpenVG 1.0 implementation, accelerated by OpenGL ES 1.x hardware. Our implementation is an efficient and cost-effective way of accelerating OpenVG, fully utilizing the existing ...

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June 2016
SBD '16: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Semantic Big Data

Citation Count: 1

Downloads (6 Weeks): 2, Downloads (12 Months): 13, Downloads (Overall): 137

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Most scholarly papers contain one or multiple figures. Often these figures show experimental results, e.g, line graphs are used to compare various methods. Compared to the text of the paper, figures and their semantics have received relatively less attention. This has significantly limited semantic search capabilities in scholarly search engines. ...

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December 2018
SA '18: SIGGRAPH Asia 2018 Posters

Citation Count: 0

Downloads (6 Weeks): 4, Downloads (12 Months): 33, Downloads (Overall): 33

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Decorative patterns are common in traditional Chinese architectures as shown in Figure 1. However, scalable vector graphics (SVG) is not capable of representing interweaving and penetrating patterns. In this paper, we develop a web-based vector graphics interweaving and penetrating editing system. We propose a data structure to dealing with interweaving ...

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July 2019
SIGGRAPH '19: ACM SIGGRAPH 2019 Posters

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We propose a novel and intuitive method for exploring recoloring variations of vector graphics. Compared with existing methods, ours is specifically tailored for vector graphics, where color distributions are sparser and are explicitly stored using constructs like solid colors or gradients, independent from other semantical and spatial relationships. Our method ...

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November 2003
DocEng '03: Proceedings of the 2003 ACM symposium on Document engineering

Citation Count: 4

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This paper reports some experiments in using SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics), rather than the browser default of (X)HTML/CSS, as a potential Web-based rendering technology, in an attempt to create an approach that integrates the structural and display aspects of a Web document in a single XML-compliant envelope.Although the syntax of ...

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July 2013
CAE '13: Proceedings of the Symposium on Computational Aesthetics

Citation Count: 1

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Contour gradients have color contours that follow the shape of the path being filled. Existing algorithms cannot create them in a resolution- and scale-independent way, causing visible rendering artifacts if enlarged. We describe a new method that approximates them with a set of paths filled by linear gradients. A 3D ...

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July 2013
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 32 Issue 4, July 2013

Citation Count: 30

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In this paper, we propose a general purpose approach to handwriting beautification using online input from a stylus. Given a sample of writings, drawings, or sketches from the same user, our method improves a user's strokes in real-time as they are drawn. Our approach relies on one main insight. The ...

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November 2014
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 33 Issue 6, November 2014

Citation Count: 6

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We present a massively parallel vector graphics rendering pipeline that is divided into two components. The preprocessing component builds a novel adaptive acceleration data structure, the shortcut tree . Tree construction is efficient and parallel at the segment level, enabling dynamic vector graphics. The tree allows efficient random access to ...

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November 2015
VRST '15: Proceedings of the 21st ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology

Citation Count: 0

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Solid textures exhibit several benefits over traditional texture mapping, such as no demanding for parameterization and providing internal information. However, the difficulty in accessing and high memory consumption seriously limit the usage of solid textures. We present an efficient approach to directly synthesize vector solid textures comprising 3D particles from ...

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July 2013
CAE '13: Proceedings of the Symposium on Computational Aesthetics

Citation Count: 10

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Inspired by the results of recent studies on the perception of geometric textures, we present a patch-based geometric synthesis algorithm that mimics observed synthesis strategies. Our synthesis process first constructs an overlapping grid of copies of the exemplar, and then culls individual motifs based on overlaps and the enforcement of ...

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April 2006
SCCG '06: Proceedings of the 22nd Spring Conference on Computer Graphics

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This paper deals with the problem of resolution-independent rendering of 3D scenes. In many cases authors have to create the same content for different platforms (e.g. internet, printer) separately, due to different resolutions and different typographic rules. This paper presents an approach for projection of a 3D scene into the ...

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October 2010
SIGITE '10: Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Information technology education

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Monitoring network devices is critical to avoid downtime in an organization from solvable technical problems. Available methods to monitor hardware are often lacking in areas such as data gathering and visual representation of that data. Gathering accurate measurements at a consistent rate is important for identifying and solving problems. Interpretation ...

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February 2018
ICCAE 2018: Proceedings of the 2018 10th International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineering

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This paper presents a similarity retrieval of trademark images represented by vector graphics. In the real inspection for new trademark images, similarity for essential objects which show products or services is evaluated to the registry. Although a similarity retrieval system which evaluates similarity between the essential objects has been already ...

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November 2012
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 31 Issue 6, November 2012

Citation Count: 11

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The creation of free-form vector drawings has been greatly improved in recent years with techniques based on (bi)-harmonic interpolation. Such methods offer the best trade-off between sparsity (keeping the number of control points small) and expressivity (achieving complex shapes and gradients). In this paper, we introduce a vectorial solver for ...

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November 2016
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 35 Issue 6, November 2016

Citation Count: 0

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We introduce a novel GPU path rendering method based on scan-line rasterization, which is highly work-efficient but traditionally considered as GPU hostile. Our method is parallelized over boundary fragments , i.e., pixels directly intersecting the path boundary. Non-boundary pixels are processed in bulk as horizontal spans like in CPU scanline ...

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July 2015
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 34 Issue 4, August 2015

Citation Count: 5

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We describe our successful initiative to accelerate Adobe Illustrator with the graphics hardware pipeline of modern GPUs. Relying on OpenGL 4.4 plus recent OpenGL extensions for advanced blend modes and first-class GPU-accelerated path rendering, we accelerate the Adobe Graphics Model (AGM) layer responsible for rendering sophisticated Illustrator scenes. Illustrator documents ...

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July 2017
SIGGRAPH '17: ACM SIGGRAPH 2017 Posters

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The gradient mesh tool, implemented in vector graphics software like Adobe Illustrator, is a popular tool for creating and manipulating complex colour gradients. The mesh-based tool is restricted to rectangular gradient meshes, making it hard for the user to work with more complicated shapes such as shapes with holes. We ...

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July 2016
SIGGRAPH '16: ACM SIGGRAPH 2016 Posters

Citation Count: 0

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Diffusion curves [Orzan et al. 2008] (DCs) has risen as an attractive vector primitive for representing complex colour gradients. Its flexible mathematical definition, taking curves with colour values as input, can be easily adopted by artists and designers because curves represent an intuitive approach to 2D drawing and design. However, ...

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June 2016
JCDL '16: Proceedings of the 16th ACM/IEEE-CS on Joint Conference on Digital Libraries

Citation Count: 1

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Line graphs are abundant in scholarly papers. They are usually generated from a data table and that data can not be accessed. One important step in an automated data extraction pipeline is the curve separation problem: segmenting the pixels into separate curves. Previous work in this domain has focused on ...

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November 2013
ACM Transactions on Graphics (TOG): Volume 32 Issue 6, November 2013

Citation Count: 8

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There is currently significant interest in freeform, curve-based authoring of graphic images. In particular, "diffusion curves" facilitate graphic image creation by allowing an image designer to specify naturalistic images by drawing curves and setting colour values along either side of those curves. Recently, extensions to diffusion curves based on the ...

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