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[BBS+94]  Multiresolution Painting and Compositing

Berman:1994:MPC (In proceedings)
Author(s)Berman D., Bartell J. and Salesin D.
Title« Multiresolution Painting and Compositing »
InProceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 94 (Orlando, FL, July 24--29, 1994)
SeriesComputer Graphics Proceedings, Annual Conference Series
Editor(s)Andrew Glassner
Page(s)85--90
Year1994
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York
Editor(s)Andrew Glassner

Abstract
We describe a representation for multiresolution images—images that have different resolutions in different places—and methods for creating such images using painting and compositing operations. These methods are very easy to implement, and they are efficient in both memory and speed. Only the detail present at a particular resolution is stored, and the most common painting operations, ``over'' and ``erase'', require time proportional only to the number of pixels displayed. We also show how fractional-level zooming can be implemented in order to allow a user to display and edit portions of a multiresolution image at any arbitrary size.

BibTeX code
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  abstract = { We describe a representation for multiresolution images—images
              that have different resolutions in different places—and methods
              for creating such images using painting and compositing
              operations. These methods are very easy to implement, and they are
              efficient in both memory and speed. Only the detail present at a
              particular resolution is stored, and the most common painting
              operations, ``over'' and ``erase'', require time proportional only
              to the number of pixels displayed. We also show how
              fractional-level zooming can be implemented in order to allow a
              user to display and edit portions of a multiresolution image at
              any arbitrary size.},
  title = {{M}ultiresolution {P}ainting and {C}ompositing},
  year = {1994},
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}

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