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Where do people draw lines?

Forrester Cole, Aleksey Golovinskiy, Alex Limpaecher, Heather Stoddart Barros, Adam Finkelstein, Thomas Funkhouser, Szymon Rusinkiewicz
2008 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
Figure 1 : Where people draw lines. Average images composed of 107 drawings show where artists most commonly drew lines in our study.  ...  Most lines that do not overlap contours overlap large gradients of the image intensity, and correlate strongly with predictions made by recent line drawing algorithms in computer graphics. 14% were not  ...  Many people provided helpful suggestions, feedback, and encouragement for this project, particularly Doug DeCarlo, Maneesh Agrawala, Fredo Durand, Eitan Grinspun, and the members of the Princeton Graphics  ... 
doi:10.1145/1360612.1360687 fatcat:tjgzqatjnbh4zose57646b5sby

Where do people draw lines?

Forrester Cole, Aleksey Golovinskiy, Alex Limpaecher, Heather Stoddart Barros, Adam Finkelstein, Thomas Funkhouser, Szymon Rusinkiewicz
2008 ACM SIGGRAPH 2008 papers on - SIGGRAPH '08  
Figure 1 : Where people draw lines. Average images composed of 107 drawings show where artists most commonly drew lines in our study.  ...  Most lines that do not overlap contours overlap large gradients of the image intensity, and correlate strongly with predictions made by recent line drawing algorithms in computer graphics. 14% were not  ...  Many people provided helpful suggestions, feedback, and encouragement for this project, particularly Doug DeCarlo, Maneesh Agrawala, Fredo Durand, Eitan Grinspun, and the members of the Princeton Graphics  ... 
doi:10.1145/1399504.1360687 fatcat:poxrikdfqrcpdgfhn2inq4cz4m

Where do people draw lines?

Forrester Cole, Aleksey Golovinskiy, Alex Limpaecher, Heather Stoddart Barros, Adam Finkelstein, Thomas Funkhouser, Szymon Rusinkiewicz
2012 Communications of the ACM  
Figure 1 : Where people draw lines. Average images composed of 107 drawings show where artists most commonly drew lines in our study.  ...  Most lines that do not overlap contours overlap large gradients of the image intensity, and correlate strongly with predictions made by recent line drawing algorithms in computer graphics. 14% were not  ...  Many people provided helpful suggestions, feedback, and encouragement for this project, particularly Doug DeCarlo, Maneesh Agrawala, Fredo Durand, Eitan Grinspun, and the members of the Princeton Graphics  ... 
doi:10.1145/2063176.2063202 fatcat:qln4lw43tvaa3hcybi5epal2ua

Tree Lines

Michael P. Cohen
2015 Boom A Journal of California  
Trees do not tell stories. We tell stories: we draw maps. Story lines: Line drawings: Tree lines.  ...  What powerful lines the trees offer, a kind of writing itself. You can't possibly exhaust this wealth. Lucky you.'' Trees do not open their hearts out of choice. Perhaps people do.  ... 
doi:10.1525/boom.2015.5.2.122 fatcat:msukaimemvakdlduq73ox3geva

A Simple and Efficient Haloed Line Algorithm for Hidden Line Elimination

W.R Franklin, V. Akman
1987 Computer graphics forum (Print)  
Introduction An efficient algorithm, HALO, is given to compute haloed line drawings of wire frame objects. (Haloed line drawings are described by Appel et al. 1  ...  CUT writes a file containing all the locations where each edge is crossed in front by another. Given a halo width, DRAW reads this file edge by edge.  ...  In contrast, with haloed lines we produce a gap on an edge where it passes behind another edge, so we need only the edge data and not the faces.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-8659.1987.tb00356.x fatcat:qsinjq4a7zhqpibypgvzciidgu

Lines, barred lines. Movement, territory and the law

Andrea Mubi Brighenti
2010 International Journal of Law in Context  
Not only does law create and control space and movement but, significantly, it draws lines, directions and boundaries and it comes to exist precisely through these acts.  ...  Not simply is the land crossed by paths, but people too are vectors: 'For the Inuit, as soon as a person moves he becomes a line' (Ingold, 2007, p. 75) .  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1744552310000121 fatcat:eiemuxs2yjdn7lncg2eqv5wyoi

Profile Drawing Line

1847 Scientific American  
No people have exhibited more mechanical ingenuity, than the Americans, Fitch, Evan�, Whitney, Fulton,-how these names illumine the pages of mechanical hIstory.  ...  France, England and America , -and we mIght instance Prussia too,-tower they not as far above all the rest of the nations of the earth in mecha nical genius, as they do ill education and learning.  ...  Profile Drawing Line. The Min ning Journal has perused a pamphlet, from the pen of Mr. S. B.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican06051847-293h fatcat:7jdfoc7p3ngtlpmkaatchditgm

Drawing the Line

Carol Rivas, Moira Kelly, Gene Feder
2013 Violence against Women  
White British) . . . it is where you draw that line and . . . I think maybe if [partner] had been more abusive, I would have left. You know, it's a more subtle . . . isn't it?  ...  It was simply because I do not like people slapping me on my backside! . . .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1077801213501842 pmid:24142953 fatcat:3np3yyinnvekvkfhqjgao4k7jm

Standing in line

Graham Ritchie
1994 Nature  
Such estimates are notoriously difficult to make, but a modern parallel involved 170 people pulling a 31-ton block at no more than 100 yards a day.  ...  using formalized layouts of stones, but it is impossible to document volume takes a more disparate group of monuments , linear settings of upright stones, stones in rows and avenues, and creates order where  ... 
doi:10.1038/367329a0 fatcat:mbrhrctkr5ck7oqi6cydiqcedi

Drawing Lines [chapter]

James W. Watts
2019 Writing a Commentary on Leviticus  
Normative forms of Judaism and Christianity do not follow the plain meaning of these verses.  ...  Among them are texts mandating that readers treat some other people in ways now widely regarded as immoral, cruel, inhumane, and exploitive-texts that call for and / or have historically justified genocide  ...  to draw the line.  ... 
doi:10.13109/9783666534713.235 fatcat:q7ttb6zj6bgaripsip4n7u6ry4

Lines

1846 Scientific American  
. $.5,000, Great Wood Hole do. $4,450, Oak Orchard do. $7,000, New Castle do. $15,000, Port Penn do. $5,000, Baltimore do. $6 ,000, Havre de Grace $20,000, Savannah $ 50,000, St.  ...  The Philadelphia line ia ready to Jersey City, with the exception of crossing the river at Newark, arrangements for which will be perfected this week. This road is doing a large business.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican04091846-3b fatcat:jsfqqdmysnai5dj64hstn7ljzy

Signing on the tactile line

Beryl Plimmer, Peter Reid, Rachel Blagojevic, Andrew Crossan, Stephen Brewster
2011 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
By the end of ten lessons, two of the children could form a complete, repeatable signature unaided, the third could do so with a little verbal prompting.  ...  The results suggested that McSig had the highest potential benefit for congenitally and totally blind children and also indicated some areas where McSig could be enhanced.  ...  A virtual surface was used by Rassmus-Gröhn et al. [2006] with visually impaired people for line drawing.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1993060.1993067 fatcat:mgjkcbsb4bhs3kj326sdyuganq

Making of Lines

Taeg Nishimoto
2004 Oz  
we do not read the marks as a letter "A, " it remains an abstract assembly of three lines.  ...  In other words, in the case of the letter "A, " the first line drawn determines how and where the rest of the lines are placed.  ... 
doi:10.4148/2378-5853.1406 fatcat:syobmxjo4bdaxkiougjhml26mu

Lines of flight

Justine van Lawick
2019 Murmurations: journal of transformative systemic practice  
In what way can we resist the destructive powers and support actions of hope: lines of flight (Guattari 2015)?  ...  We can find inspiration in other areas where activists formulate manifestos as a start of other hopeful practices.  ...  This has led to controlling therapeutic practice and endless bureaucratic activity where complexity, ambiguity, creativity and risk-taking do not have a place anymore.  ... 
doi:10.28963/2.1.2 doaj:86007545ee5449a2b71ac387bf3e52bf fatcat:sb2uh3o7r5avpjgijxxs6utdxi

Poverty Lines [chapter]

Martin Ravallion
2016 The Economics of Poverty  
Subjective methods extend the information base by drawing on self-reported perceptions of consumption adequacy, allowing estimation of an endogenous social subjective poverty line.  ...  Knowing how many people live in households with income or consumption expenditure below the 'poverty line' has helped focus attention on the extent of poverty and has informed policymaking for fighting  ...  By this measure, if all incomes increase by the same proportion then the proportion of people living below the poverty line will be unchanged.  ... 
doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780190212766.003.0005 fatcat:4koaojgcv5ca7ehbihbyk37bki
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