9.11.2 Line Drawing Analysis

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Line Drawings, Analysis.

Pingle, K.K.,
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Pingle, K.K., and Thomas, A.J.,
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Feder, J.,
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Griffith, A.K.,
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Maxwell, P.C.,
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Sankar, P.V.,
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Freeman, H., Saghri, J.A.,
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Gotchev, G.V.[Gotcho V.],
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Smith, R.W.,
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Kirousis, L.M.,
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PAMI(12), No. 2, February 1990, pp. 123-130.
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Kirousis, L.M., and Papadimitriou, C.H.,
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CompSysSci(37), No. 1, 1988, pp. 14-38. The problem of labeling line drawings of trihedral scenes is NP-complete. BibRef 8800

Shapira, R.[Ruth],
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Shapira, R., and Freeman, H.,
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Earlier:
Reconstruction of Curved-Surface Bodies from a Set of Imperfect Projections,
IJCAI77(628-634). Use multiple views to overcome the problems. BibRef

Shapira, R.,
The Use of Objects' Faces in Interpreting Line Drawings,
PAMI(6), No. 6, November 1984, pp. 789-798. BibRef 8411

Shapira, R.,
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PAMI(7), No. 1, January 1985, pp. 1-16. BibRef 8501

Shapira, R., and Freeman, H.,
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CACM(22), No. 6, June 1979, pp. 368-375. Early paper on multiview type drawings. BibRef 7906

Shapira, R., and Freeman, H.,
A Cyclic Order Property of Bodies with Three-Face Vertices,
TC(26), No. 10, October 1977, pp. 1035-1039. BibRef 7710

Kobori, K.I., Futagami, N., Nishioka, I.,
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Shirai, Y.,
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And:
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CVS78(353-362). Generated line drawings given a strong model of the blocks world scene and by extending straight edges until they meet at junctions. See also Context Sensitive Line Finder for Recognition of Polyhedra, A. BibRef

Shirai, Y.,
A Step Toward Context-Sensitive Recognition of Irregular Objects,
CGIP(2), 1973, pp. 298-307. BibRef 7300

Shirai, Y.,
A Heterarchical Program for Recognition of Polyhedra,
MIT AI Memo-263, June 1972. See also Context Sensitive Line Finder for Recognition of Polyhedra, A. An earlier AI journal reference was not right. BibRef 7206

Chakravarty, I.,
A Generalized Line and Junction Labeling Scheme with Applications to Scene Analysis,
PAMI(1), No. 2, April 1979, pp. 202-205. BibRef 7904

Kanade, T.,
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AI(13), No. 3, May 1980, pp. 279-311.
WWW Link. BibRef 8005
Earlier: IJCAI79(454-456). Labelling method for folded paper. BibRef

Kanade, T.,
Geometric Aspects of Interpreting Images as Three-Dimensional Scene,
PIEEE(71), 1983, pp. 789-802. BibRef 8300

Agui, T., Takeda, M., Nakajima, M.,
Animating Planar Folds by Computer,
CVGIP(24), No. 2, November 1983, pp. 244-254.
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Gu, W.K., Huang, T.S.,
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PAMI(7), No. 4, July 1985, pp. 422-430. BibRef 8507
Earlier: CAIA84(192-198). BibRef

Richards, W.A.[Whitman A.], and Hoffman, D.D.[Donald D.],
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CVGIP(31), No. 3, September 1985, pp. 265-281.
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And: RCV87(700-708). BibRef
And: MIT AI Memo-769, May 1984. A way to encode the 2-D contours with a small set of basic types using constraints in how they combine. BibRef

Richards, W.A.[Whitman A.], Koenderink, J.J.[Jan J.], and Hoffman, D.D.,
Inferring 3D Shapes from 2D Codons,
MIT AI Memo-840, April 1985.
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Hoffman, D.D., and Richards, W.A.,
Representing Smooth Plane Curves for Recognition: Implications for Figure-Ground Reversal,
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Nalwa, V.S.,
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IJCV(2), No. 2, September 1988, pp. 103-124.
Springer DOI BibRef 8809
Earlier: CVPR88(18-31).
IEEE DOI Recognize Line Models. Theory and work on recognition of man-made objects using line drawings. Analyzing edges based on various constraints. Straight lines and conics in the image are straight lines or conics in space. BibRef

Nalwa, V.S.,
Line-Drawing Interpretation: Straight Lines and Conic Sections,
PAMI(10), No. 4, July 1988, pp. 514-529.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8807
Earlier: DARPA87(942-955). BibRef

Nalwa, V.S.,
Line-Drawing Interpretation: Bilateral Symmetry,
PAMI(11), No. 10, October 1989, pp. 1117-1120.
IEEE DOI BibRef 8910
Earlier: ICPR88(II: 1049-1052).
IEEE DOI BibRef
Earlier: DARPA87(956-967). BibRef

Grossmann, P.,
On recognition of features in polyhedral scenes,
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Grossmann, P.,
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CVPR89(216-221).
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Marill, T.,
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Marill, T.[Thomas],
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MIT AI Memo-1555, October 1995.
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Marill, T.[Thomas],
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MIT AI Memo-1157, September 1989.
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Marill, T.[Thomas],
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Marill, T.[Thomas],
Why Do We See Three-dimensional Objects?,
MIT AI Memo-1366, June 1992.
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Rohr, K.[Karl],
Modelling and identification of characteristic intensity variations,
IVC(10), No. 2, March 1992, pp. 66-76.
WWW Link. 0401
Special cases of this general model are the grey-value variations of step edges, grey-value corners (L-junctions), T-, Y-, ARROW-junctions. BibRef

Caglioti, V.,
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Caglioti, V.,
Uncertainty Minimization in the Localization of Polyhedral Objects,
PAMI(16), No. 5, May 1994, pp. 524-530.
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Wong, K.C., Cheng, Y., Kittler, J.V.,
Recognition of Polyhedral Objects Using Triangle Pair Features,
IEE-P(I: 140), No. 1, 1993, pp. 72-85. BibRef 9300

Wong, K.C.[Kok Cheong], Kittler, J.V.[Josef V.],
Recognition of polyhedral objects using triplets of projected spatial edges based on a single perspective image,
PR(34), No. 3, March 2001, pp. 561-586.
WWW Link. 0101
BibRef

Cowie, R., Perrott, R.,
From Line Drawings to Impressions of 3D Objects: Developing a Model to Account for the Shapes That People See,
IVC(11), No. 6, July-August 1993, pp. 342-352.
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Cowie, R.[Rid],
Understanding shape: perspectives from natural and machine vision,
IVC(11), No. 6, July-August 1993, pp. 307-308.
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Worring, M., Pfluger, P.R., Smeulders, A.W.M., Houtsmuller, A.B.,
Measurement of 3D-Line Shaped Objects,
PRL(15), No. 5, May 1994, pp. 497-506. BibRef 9405

di Zenzo, S.,
Decomposing a Plane Figure into Lines and Nodes,
PRL(14), No. 12, December 1993, pp. 935-943. BibRef 9312

Chen, Y.S.,
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PR(27), No. 9, September 1994, pp. 1135-1157.
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Hori, O.[Osamu], Shimotsuji, S.[Shigeyoshi], Hoshino, F.[Fumihiko], Ishii, T.[Toshiaki],
Line segment attribute recognition device having accuracy updating function,
US_Patent5,448,653, Sep 5, 1995
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Trytten, D.A., Tuceryan, M.,
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PR(28), No. 2, February 1995, pp. 171-198.
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Lipson, H., Shpitalni, M.,
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Shpitalni, M., Lipson, H.,
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PAMI(18), No. 10, October 1996, pp. 1000-1012.
IEEE DOI 9611
Find the edge circuits that correspond to actual object faces. See also Graph-Based Method for Face Identification from a Single 2D Line Drawing, A. BibRef

Mukherjee, J., Chatterji, B.N.,
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Mukherjee, J., Das, P.P., Chatterji, B.N.,
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Huang, C.L.,
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Gotchev, G.V., Draganov, M.,
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Bunke, H., Glauser, T.,
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Puppo, E.,
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Shimaya, A.[Akira],
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Stahovich, T.F.[Thomas F.], Davis, R.[Randall], Shrobe, H.[Howard],
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Stahovich, T.F.[Thomas F.],
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Palm, C.S.[Charles S.],
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Palm, C.S.[Charles S.],
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Liu, J.Z.[Jian-Zhuang], Lee, Y.T.[Yong Tsui],
A Graph-Based Method for Face Identification from a Single 2D Line Drawing,
PAMI(23), No. 10, October 2001, pp. 1106-1119.
IEEE DOI 0110
Faces of cubes, not people. Equivalent to formulation of See also Identification of Faces in a 2D Line Drawing Projection of a Wireframe Object. BibRef

Torralba, A.[Antonio], Oliva, A.[Aude],
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Torralba, A.[Antonio], Oliva, A.[Aude],
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Yuan, S.[Sun], Tsui, L.Y.[Lee Yong], Jie, S.[Sun],
Regularity selection for effective 3D object reconstruction from a single line drawing,
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Luo, T.[Tao], Li, R.[Renju], Zha, H.B.[Hong-Bin],
3D Line Drawing for Archaeological Illustration,
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Li, R.[Renju], Luo, T.[Tao], Zha, H.B.[Hong-Bin], Lu, W.[Wei],
Computer-Assisted Archaeological Line Drawing,
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Durand, F.[Frédo],
Technical Perspective: Where Do People Draw Lines?,
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DOI Link 1201
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Cole, F.[Forrester], Golovinskiy, A.[Aleksey], Limpaecher, A.[Alex], Barros, H.S.[Heather Stoddart], Finkelstein, A.[Adam], Funkhouser, T.[Thomas], Rusinkiewicz, S.[Szymon],
Where Do People Draw Lines?,
CACM(55), No. 1, January 2012, pp. 107-115.
DOI Link 1201
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Palou, G.[Guillem], Salembier, P.[Philippe],
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IEEE DOI 1303
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Earlier:
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Springer DOI 1210
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Palou, G.[Guillem], Salembier, P.[Philippe],
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Earlier:
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ICIP12(1217-1220).
IEEE DOI 1302
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Palou, G.[Guillem], Salembier, P.[Philippe],
Hierarchical Video Representation with Trajectory Binary Partition Tree,
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IEEE DOI 0812
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Feature extraction BibRef


Mancini, M.F.[Matteo Flavio], Salvatore, M.[Marta],
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Favreau, J.D.[Jean-Dominique], Lafarge, F.[Florent], Bousseau, A.[Adrien],
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Kim, C.[Chelhwon], Manduchi, R.[Roberto],
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Arisoy, E.B.[Erhan Batuhan], Orbay, G.[Gunay], Kara, L.B.[Levent Burak],
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2D sketches into 3D models. BibRef

Ming, Y.S.[Yan-Sheng], Li, H.D.[Hong-Dong], Sun, J.[Jun],
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Sadovnik, A.[Amir], Gallagher, A.C.[Andrew C.], Chen, T.H.[Tsu-Han],
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CVPR13(3089-3096)
IEEE DOI 1309
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And:
Not Everybody's Special: Using Neighbors in Referring Expressions with Uncertain Attributes,
LV13(269-276)
IEEE DOI 1309
Attributes; Image Description; Referring Expression BibRef

Sadovnik, A.[Amir], Chiu, Y.I.[Yi-I], Snavely, N.[Noah], Edelman, S.[Shimon], Chen, T.H.[Tsu-Han],
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Sadovnik, A.[Amir], Chen, T.H.[Tsu-Han],
A visual dictionary attack on Picture Passwords,
ICIP13(4447-4451)
IEEE DOI 1402
Graphical Password; Picture Password BibRef
And:
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ICIP12(1881-1884).
IEEE DOI 1302
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Earlier:
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ICIP11(3613-3616).
IEEE DOI 1201
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Bhatti, N.A.[Naeem A.], Hanbury, A.G.[Allan G.],
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CIARP11(165-172).
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Kolomenkin, M.[Michael], Leifman, G.[George], Shimshoni, I.[Ilan], Tal, A.[Ayellet],
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CVPR11(993-1000).
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Luo, T.[Tao], Li, R.[Renju], Zha, H.B.[Hong-Bin],
3D line drawing for archaeological illustration,
DigArt09(907-914).
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El Meseery, M.[Maha], El Din, M.F.[Mahmoud Fakhr], Mashali, S.[Samia], Fayek, M.B.[Magda B.], Darwish, N.[Nevin],
Sketch recognition using particle swarm algorithms,
ICIP09(2017-2020).
IEEE DOI 0911
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Sun, Y.H.[Yu-Hong], Wang, J.[Jiatao],
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IASP09(392-396).
IEEE DOI 0904
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Yang, J.Y.[Jun-Yeong], Byun, H.R.[Hye-Ran],
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ICPR08(1-4).
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Yang, J.Y.[Jun-Yeong], Byun, H.R.[Hye-Ran],
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Oka, M.[Mizuki], Kato, K.[Kazuhiko], Xu, Y.Q.[Ying-Qing], Liang, L.[Lin], Wen, F.[Fang],
Scribble-a-Secret: Similarity-based password authentication using sketches,
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Onkarappa, N.[Naveen], Guru, D.S.,
Modified 9DLT Matrix for Similarity Retrieval of Line-Drawing Images,
PReMI07(136-143).
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Ablameyko, S.V., Bucha, V., Pridmore, T.P.,
What should the user do? Inference structures and line drawing interpretation,
ICDAR05(II: 760-764).
IEEE DOI 0508
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Terashima, T., Shimanuki, H., Kato, J.[Jien], Watanabe, T.[Toyohide],
Method for representing 3D virtual origami,
ICDAR05(II: 1211-1215).
IEEE DOI 0508
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Shimanuki, H., Kato, J.[Jien], Watanabe, T.[Toyohide],
Constituting origami models from sketches,
ICPR04(I: 628-631).
IEEE DOI 0409
BibRef
Earlier:
Recognition of folding process from origami drill books,
ICDAR03(550-554).
IEEE DOI 0311
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Wang, L.[Lei], Grimm, C.M.[Cindy M.], and Pless, R.[Robert],
A 3d pattern for pose estimation for object capture,
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Schroering, M.[Mark], Grimm, C.M.[Cindy M.], and Pless, R.[Robert],
A new input device for 3d sketching,
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Kato, J.[Jien], Nakayama, T.[Takeshi], Watanabe, T.[Toyohide], Kato, H.[Hitoshi],
A Model-Based Approach for Recognizing Folding Process of Origami,
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IEEE DOI 9808
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Kato, J., Watanabe, T., Nakayama, T.,
Recognition of Essential Folding Operations: A Step for Interpreting Illustrated Books of Origami,
ICDAR97(81-85).
IEEE DOI 9708
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Shoji, K.[Kenji], Kato, K.[Kazunori], and Toyama, F.[Fubito],
3-D Interpretation of Single Line Drawings Based on Entropy Minimization Principle,
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IEEE DOI 0110
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Song, M.Z.[Ming-Zhou], Guo, A.[Aiwen], Haralick, R.M.,
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IEEE DOI 0009
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Zao, J.[Jiang], Jun'an, H.[Hu], Jiren, L.[Liu],
A New Approach for Intelligent Object Picking in Line Drawing Images,
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IEEE DOI 9808
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Wang, S.P.,
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IEEE DOI 9510
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Gross, M.D., Do, E.Y.L.,
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IEEE DOI 9510
Architectural images. BibRef

Feng, J.F.[Ju-Fu], Shi, Q.Y.[Qing-Yun],
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IEEE DOI 9410
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Stockman, G., Lee, G., Chen, S.W.,
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ICCV90(526-529).
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Fischler, M.A., and LeClerc, Y.G.,
Recovering 3-D Wire Frames from Line Drawings,
DARPA92(635-653). Seems dated. BibRef 9200

Thorpe, C.E.[Charles E.], and Shafer, S.A.[Steven A.],
Topological Correspondence in Line Drawings of Multiple Views of Objects,
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And:
Correspondence in Line Drawings of Multiple Views of Objects,
IJCAI83(959-965). Each vertex type implies only one kind of corner (1, 3, 5, or 7 octants filled). The allowable transitions are based on which octant is used for viewing. Determination of similarities is based on indicating what can match - a correspondence graph. BibRef

Adler, M.R.,
Computer Interpretation of Peanuts Cartoons,
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Consales, R., del Bimbo, A., Nesi, P.,
On The Perspective Projection Of 3-D Planar-Faced Junctions,
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Probert, G., Cowie, R.,
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BMVC90(xx-yy).
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Ishikawa, S., Kato, K.,
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ICPR88(II: 1056-1058).
IEEE DOI BibRef 8800

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ICPR88(I: 550-554).
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Strat, T.M.,
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CVWS84(219-224). BibRef 8400
And: DARPA84(230-235). BibRef

Liebes, S.,
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DARPA81(168-174). BibRef 8100

Uesaka, Y.,
On a Complexity and Segregation of Line Drawings,
ICPR78(411-413). BibRef 7800

Yasuoka, Y.,
Structural Description and matching of a Line Drawing,
ICPR78(669-671). BibRef 7800

Dixon, A.H.,
Generation of Descriptions for Line Drawings,
IJCAI77(607). BibRef 7700

Jarvis, J.F.,
Feature Recognition in Line Drawings Using Regular Expressions,
ICPR76(XX-YY). BibRef 7600

Morofsky, E.L., Wong, A.K.C.,
Isolating and Identifying Objects in Line Drawings,
IJCAI75(656-663). BibRef 7500

Chapter on 3-D Shape from X -- Shading, Textures, Lasers, Structured Light, Focus, Line Drawings continues in
Shape from Line Drawing .


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