Can I teach a robot to replicate a line art

@article{Venkataramaiyer2020CanIT,
  title={Can I teach a robot to replicate a line art},
  author={Raghav Brahmadesam Venkataramaiyer and Subham Kumar and Vinay P. Namboodiri},
  journal={2020 IEEE Winter Conference on Applications of Computer Vision (WACV)},
  year={2020},
  pages={1922-1930}
}
Line art is arguably one of the fundamental and versatile modes of expression. We propose a pipeline for a robot to look at a grayscale line art and redraw it. The key novel elements of our pipeline are: a) we propose a novel task of mimicking line drawings, b) to solve the pipeline we modify the Quick-draw dataset and obtain supervised training for converting a line drawing into a series of strokes c) we propose a multi-stage segmentation and graph interpretation pipeline for solving the… 

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