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[SP+95]  Emphasising in Line-Drawings

Schlechtweg:1995:ELD (Article)
Author(s)Schlechtweg S. and Preim B.
Title« Emphasising in Line-Drawings »
JournalNORSIGD Info, medlemsblad for NORSIGD
Volume1995
Number1
Page(s)9--10
Year1995
URLhttp://www.norsigd.no/nsi-1-95.pdf
Editor(s)Norsk samarbeid innen grafisk databehandling

Abstract
When looking at scientific publications or text books one can find a lot of images used to explain facts and connections, to impart knowledge or information. We refer to these pictures like Leister as illustrations. A great variety of pictures are being used as illustrations: photographs, photorealistic computer graphics, line-drawings, diagrams, ... In many of these illustrations special methods and techniques are used to emphasise parts of the scene, to bring parts of the scene into the center of interest of the viewer. In our work we concentrate on such methods used in line-drawings. We have chosen this kind of images because of their abstracting characteristics. In this article we want to explain, which methods of painters can be applied to computer generated line drawings to emphasise parts of the picture.

BibTeX code
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         {http://wwwisg.cs.uni-magdeburg.de/graphik/pub/files/Schlechtweg_1995_ELD/},
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                  {Leister:1994:CGC,Leister:1995:UI,Preim:1995:TRL,Saito:1990:CRD,Schlechtweg:1995:BZR,Strothotte:1994:HRF,Winkenbach:1994:CGP},
  number = {1},
  optnote = {},
  author = {Stefan Schlechtweg and Bernhard Preim},
  optkey = {},
  optannote = {},
  editor = {Norsk samarbeid innen grafisk databehandling},
  url = {http://www.norsigd.no/nsi-1-95.pdf},
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  journal = {NORSIGD Info, medlemsblad for NORSIGD},
  optmonth = {},
  volume = {1995},
  optstatus = {OK},
  title = {{E}mphasising in {L}ine-{D}rawings},
  abstract = {When looking at scientific publications or text books one can find
              a lot of images used to explain facts and connections, to impart
              knowledge or information. We refer to these pictures like Leister
              as illustrations. A great variety of pictures are being used as
              illustrations: photographs, photorealistic computer graphics,
              line-drawings, diagrams, ... In many of these illustrations
              special methods and techniques are used to emphasise parts of the
              scene, to bring parts of the scene into the center of interest of
              the viewer. In our work we concentrate on such methods used in
              line-drawings. We have chosen this kind of images because of their
              abstracting characteristics. In this article we want to explain,
              which methods of painters can be applied to computer generated
              line drawings to emphasise parts of the picture.},
  year = {1995},
  pages = {9--10},
}

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