Estimating Depth from Line Drawings

@inproceedings{Varley2002EstimatingDF,
  title={Estimating Depth from Line Drawings},
  author={P. A. C. Varley and R. R. Martin},
  year={2002}
}
Our goal is unassisted machine interpretation of a single line drawing of an engineering object (with hidden lines removed) as a B-rep model. As part of this process, we seek to deduce a frontal geometry of the object, a 3D geometric realisation of that part of the object visible in the drawing. Inflation takes a drawing in which all lines have been line-labelled, and creates the frontal geometry by adding a z-coordinate to the xand y-coordinates of each junction. This depth information comes… CONTINUE READING
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