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[Bar06]  Representation and Acquisition Models for Expressive Rendering

Barla:2006:RAM (PhD thesis)
Author(s)Barla P.
Title« Representation and Acquisition Models for Expressive Rendering »
SchoolINP Grenoble
Year2006
URLhttp://artis.imag.fr/Publications/2006/Bar06

Abstract
This thesis is structured along three research axes: First, I investigated the representation issues raised by the production of expressive images and animations, (that is to say, introducing the artist/user's expressivity). It led me to propose solutions to practical problems in this domain. Second, I studied the acquisition of low-level notion of styles from user-supplied examples. In particular, I produced aquisition systems working on vector-based as well as bitmap color images. Finally, I have been personally motivated by the fascinating field of human vision and its many links with expressive rendering. Thus, throughout this thesis, I tried to build as many connections as possible between the two fields, hence building a framework where various expressive rendering approaches can be studied in a principled way.

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  author = {Pascal Barla},
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  abstract = {This thesis is structured along three research axes: First, I
              investigated the representation issues raised by the production of
              expressive images and animations, (that is to say, introducing the
              artist/user's expressivity). It led me to propose solutions to
              practical problems in this domain. Second, I studied the
              acquisition of low-level notion of styles from user-supplied
              examples. In particular, I produced aquisition systems working on
              vector-based as well as bitmap color images. Finally, I have been
              personally motivated by the fascinating field of human vision and
              its many links with expressive rendering. Thus, throughout this
              thesis, I tried to build as many connections as possible between
              the two fields, hence building a framework where various
              expressive rendering approaches can be studied in a principled
              way.},
  title = {{R}epresentation and {A}cquisition {M}odels for {E}xpressive
           {R}endering},
  school = {INP Grenoble},
  localfile = {papers/Barla.2006.RAM.pdf},
  year = {2006},
}

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