中国邮电高校学报(英文版) ›› 2022, Vol. 29 ›› Issue (2): 33-42.doi: 10. 19682/ j. cnki. 1005-8885. 2022. 0014
• Special Topic: Cultural Computing • 上一篇 下一篇
陈佳舟1,Amal Ahmed Hasan Mohammed1,黄可妤1,缪永伟2
In the recent decade, many approaches of rough line drawing simplification were proposed, but they are not well summarized yet, especially from the perspective of Chinese cultural computing. In this paper, a comprehensive review of existing line drawing simplification methods was presented, including their algorithms, advantages/ disadvantages, inputs/ outputs, datasets and source codes, etc. For raster line drawings, related implification work was discussed according to four main categories: fitting-based methods, tracing-based methods, field-based methods, and learning-based methods. For vector line drawings, a deep investigation was introduced for two major steps of simplification: stroke grouping and stroke merging. Finally, conclusions were given, key challenges and future directions of line drawing simplification for Chinese traditional art were thoroughly discussed.
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