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Interruptible rendering is a novel approach to the fidelity-versusperformance tradeoff ubiquitous in real-time rendering. Interruptible rendering unifies spatial error caused by rendering coarse approximations for speed and temporal error caused by the delay imposed by rendering into a single image-space error measure. The heart of this approach is a progressive rendering framework that renders a coarse image into the back buffer and continuously refines it while monitoring temporal error. Whendoi:10.1145/641480.641509 dblp:conf/si3d/WoolleyLWD03 fatcat:acpk2uqssfa5fi23zx6vrl5x2i