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Impossible objects as nonsense sentences

Impossible objects as nonsense sentences,D. A. Huffman

Impossible objects as nonsense sentences   (Citations: 280)
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Conference: Machine Intelligence , 1971
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    • ...One of the seminal papers in this area is more than 30 years old [7]...
    • ...4.2 Assignment of the Huffman Labels Once we have found a set of completion curves, we compute the Huffman labels [7] for all curves and check the validity of this labeling...

    Frederic Cordieret al. Sketching of Mirror-Symmetric Shapes

    • ...Line labeling focuses on finding a set of consistent labels given a set of lines [5, 8, 14, 20, 25]...

    Michael Kolomenkinet al. Reconstruction of relief objects from line drawings

    • ...1. Figural Completion: Complete the drawing by inferring the hidden contours, and provide a Huffman labeling for it [9]...
    • ...In step 2 Huffman [9] labels are assigned to the contours...
    • ...A classic paper in this area is by Huffman [9], who developed two labeling schemes—one for objects made from planar surfaces, one for smooth objects—and proved that their complete contour drawings must have the corresponding sorts of labeling...
    • ...The first three rules we describe come from Huffman’s labeling scheme for contours of smooth objects in generic projections [9 ]( see Fig.12.13, top row) and should hold true for both endpoints in the pairing...

    Olga Karpenkoet al. Inferring 3D Free-Form Shapes from Complex Contour Drawings

    • ...T-junctions have previously been recognized as an important cue to relative depth at edges (Clowes, 1971; Guzman, 1969; Huffman, 1971) and have been used to manipulate edge assignment in some neurophysiological work (see, e.g., Zhou, Friedman, & von der Heydt, 2000)...

    Joseph L. Brookset al. Grouping puts figure-ground assignment in context by constrainingpropa...

    • ...parts. Huffman [12] and Clowes [1] came up with a formal scheme of labeling lines into convex, concave, and occluding for polyhedral objects, with which 3D description of objects can be recovered and impossible objects can be rejected...

    David C. Leeet al. Geometric reasoning for single image structure recovery

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