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Order-Independent Texture Synthesis

@article{Wei2014OrderIndependentTS,
  title={Order-Independent Texture Synthesis},
  author={Li-yi Wei and Marc Levoy},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2014},
  volume={abs/1406.7338}
}
Search-based texture synthesis algorithms are sensitive to the order in which texture samples are generated; different synthesis orders yield different textures. Unfortunately, most polygon rasterizers and ray tracers do not guarantee the order with which surfaces are sampled. To circumvent this problem, textures are synthesized beforehand at some maximum resolution and rendered using texture mapping. We describe a search-based texture synthesis algorithm in which samples can be generated in… 

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