Learning Typographic Style

@article{Baluja2016LearningTS,
  title={Learning Typographic Style},
  author={Shumeet Baluja},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1603.04000}
}
Typography is a ubiquitous art form that affects our understanding, perception, and trust in what we read. Thousands of different font-faces have been created with enormous variations in the characters. In this paper, we learn the style of a font by analyzing a small subset of only four letters. From these four letters, we learn two tasks. The first is a discrimination task: given the four letters and a new candidate letter, does the new letter belong to the same font? Second, given the four… CONTINUE READING
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