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[YD+00]  Hidden-Line Rendering with a Dynamic P-Buffer

Yuan:2000:HLR (Article)
Author(s)Yuan X. and Dong X.
Title« Hidden-Line Rendering with a Dynamic P-Buffer »
JournalComputers & Graphics
Volume24
Number3
Page(s)443--451
Year2000

Abstract
This paper introduces a continuous research work on the P-buffer algorithm presented in Yuan and Sun (Computers & Graphics, 1997; 21(3): 359–66). The original paper discussed the idea of rendering in image space hidden lines into dashed lines with a screen-aligned pattern. Further experiments and applications confirmed the difficulty of designing a universal static pattern to handle different lines that may come from a huge variety of object shapes in practice. To solve the problem, this paper investigates the design of a dynamic filtering pattern and its generalizations. This improvement results in a modified P-buffer algorithm that is capable of rendering hidden lines into dot, dash, or dotted–dash lines with evenly spaced or adjustable lengths.

BibTeX code
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  number = {3},
  month = jun,
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  author = {Xiaobu Yuan and Xiaomin Dong},
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  localfile = {papers/Yuan.2000.HLR.pdf},
  journal = j-CAG,
  doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0097-8493(00)00039-X},
  volume = {24},
  opturl = {},
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  optstatus = {},
  abstract = {This paper introduces a continuous research work on the P-buffer
              algorithm presented in Yuan and Sun (Computers \& Graphics, 1997;
              21(3): 359–66). The original paper discussed the idea of rendering
              in image space hidden lines into dashed lines with a
              screen-aligned pattern. Further experiments and applications
              confirmed the difficulty of designing a universal static pattern
              to handle different lines that may come from a huge variety of
              object shapes in practice. To solve the problem, this paper
              investigates the design of a dynamic filtering pattern and its
              generalizations. This improvement results in a modified P-buffer
              algorithm that is capable of rendering hidden lines into dot,
              dash, or dotted–dash lines with evenly spaced or adjustable
              lengths.},
  title = {{H}idden-{L}ine {R}endering with a {D}ynamic {P}-{B}uffer},
  year = {2000},
  pages = {443--451},
}

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