Scalable vector graphics (SVG): the world wide web consortium's recommendation for high quality web graphics

@inproceedings{Jackson2002ScalableVG,
  title={Scalable vector graphics (SVG): the world wide web consortium's recommendation for high quality web graphics},
  author={Dean Jackson},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH Abstracts and Applications},
  year={2002}
}
Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is a language for representing two-dimensional graphics. It was developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to be the open standard format for both static and animated vector graphics on Web appliances, from desktop machines to mobile devices. The SVG 1.0 specification, whose authors Include representatives from Adobe, Microsoft, Sun, Kodak, Corel, Macromedia, IBM and Apple, became a W3C Recommendation in September 2001. SVG Is rapidly becoming the open… CONTINUE READING
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