By Dr. Songhua Xu, Prof. Francis C. M. Lau, Prof. Yunhe Pan (auth.)
"A Computational method of electronic chinese language portray and Calligraphy" is a technical booklet on machine technological know-how and its functions within the arts. It makes a speciality of Oriental electronic arts, specifically chinese language arts and portray, supplying a multi-disciplinary therapy from the angles of special effects, interactive thoughts, human-computer interplay, and synthetic intelligence. The ebook additionally discusses the original problems and demanding situations of utilizing the pc to provide Oriental arts, together with study effects through the authors and their classes and engineering reviews in the back of those efforts.
Songhua Xu is a working laptop or computer scientist of Zhejiang collage and Yale collage, in addition to an honorary researcher of the collage of Hong Kong. Francis C.M. Lau is Professor on the college of Hong Kong the place he leads the structures learn team within the division of computing device technology. Yunhe Pan is Professor of machine technology at Zhejiang college in addition to Deputy President of chinese language Academy of Engineering.
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