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[Bur95]  Thoughtful Drawings: A Computational Model of the Cognitive Nature of Children's Drawing

Burton:1995:TDC (Article)
Author(s)Burton E.
Title« Thoughtful Drawings: A Computational Model of the Cognitive Nature of Children's Drawing »
JournalComputer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of Eurographics 1995)
Volume14
Number3
Page(s)159--170
Year1995
URLhttp://www.eg.org/EG/CGF/Volume14/Issue3/v14i3pp159-170_abstract.html

Abstract
An interpretation of children's drawing is presented that is based on active perception of the world and the construction of an equivalent self contained two-dimensional world. This model is implemented in a computer program called Rose (Representation Of Spatial Experience). Inspired by the drawings of young children, Rose simulates the perception of the general form and structure of three-dimensional computer models and constructs equivalent childlike two-dimensional representations from them. Rose serves to illustrate the plausibility of the constructive process as a model for real children's drawing and in addition serves as an alternative approach to traditional computer graphic rendering.

BibTeX code
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  doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-8659.1430159},
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  title = {{T}houghtful {D}rawings: {A} {C}omputational {M}odel of the
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  abstract = {An interpretation of children's drawing is presented that is based
              on active perception of the world and the construction of an
              equivalent self contained two-dimensional world. This model is
              implemented in a computer program called Rose (Representation Of
              Spatial Experience). Inspired by the drawings of young children,
              Rose simulates the perception of the general form and structure of
              three-dimensional computer models and constructs equivalent
              childlike two-dimensional representations from them. Rose serves
              to illustrate the plausibility of the constructive process as a
              model for real children's drawing and in addition serves as an
              alternative approach to traditional computer graphic rendering.},
  pages = {159--170},
  year = {1995},
}

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