Learning how to trade off aesthetic criteria in layout

@inproceedings{Moulder2012LearningHT,
  title={Learning how to trade off aesthetic criteria in layout},
  author={Peter Moulder and Kim Marriott},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Document Engineering},
  year={2012}
}
Typesetting software is often faced with conflicting aesthetic goals. For example, choosing where to break lines in text might involve aiming to minimize hyphenation, variation in word spacing, and consecutive lines starting with the same word. Typically, automatic layout is modelled as an optimization problem in which the goal is to minimize a complex objective function that combines various penalty functions each of which corresponds to a particular bad feature. Determining how to combine… CONTINUE READING

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