Minimum sized text containment shapes

@inproceedings{Hurst2006MinimumST,
  title={Minimum sized text containment shapes},
  author={Nathan Hurst and Kim Marriott and Peter Moulder},
  booktitle={ACM Symposium on Document Engineering},
  year={2006}
}
In many text-processing applications, we would like shapes that expand (or shrink) in size to fit their textual content. We address how to efficiently compute the minimum size for such text shapes. A variant of this problem is to take a fixed shape and determine the maximal size font that will still allow the content to fit into it. Our approach is to model the problem as a constrained optimisation problem with a single variable that controls the geometry of the text shape. We use a variant of… CONTINUE READING

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