Machine Interpretation of Line Drawing Images

Machine Interpretation of Line Drawing Images

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Line drawing interpretation is a challenging area with enormous practical potential. At present, many companies throughout the world invest large amounts of money and human resource in the input of paper drawings into computers. The technology needed to produce an image of a drawing is widely available, but the transformation of these images into more useful forms is an active field of research and development. Machine Interpretation of Line Drawing Images - describes the theory and practice underlying the computer interpretation of line drawing images and - shows how line drawing interpretation systems can be developed. The authors show how many of the problems can be tackled and provide a thorough overview of the processes underpinning the interpretation of images of line drawings.A number of companies in the UK still perform manual drawing input on a bureau basis, the typical cost of inputting an A0 drawing ... The main benefit of scanners is that they allow fast, automatic transformation of an image from analogue (i.e.anbsp;...

Title:Machine Interpretation of Line Drawing Images
Author: Sergey Ablameyko, Tony Pridmore
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06

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