Antialiasing with Line Samples

  title={Antialiasing with Line Samples},
  author={Thouis R. Jones and Ronald N. Perry},
  booktitle={Rendering Techniques},
Sampled images in computer graphics suffer from a problem known as aliasing. Aliasing causes artifacts such as jagged edges on fonts and polygons. There are several ways to remove these artifacts from images, known as anti-aliasing. The two most common antialiasing methods are exact area convolution and supersampling. This paper introduces a new anti-aliasing method, line sampling, which is significantly faster than exact area convolution and generates images of a higher quality than… CONTINUE READING
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