Prefiltering Antialiasing For General Vector Graphics
The graphics engines commonly used to draw vector graphics apply the antialiasing technique known as pixel coverage. The quality of the results could be greatly improved through the application of sampling theory. This work presents a simple and practical technique for the rasterization of general vector graphics with correct prefiltering antialiasing: An appropriate antialiasing filter is applied to a continuous model of a shape, and the result is sampled at each pixel position, producing the rasterized output. The use of this technique can significantly enhance the visual quality of most computer applications.
Publication Date24 November 2013
TagsVector Graphics Antialiasing Prefiltering Sampling Signal Processing Nyquist-Shannon
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