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AAAI
2007
11 years 8 months ago
Recognition of Hand Drawn Chemical Diagrams
Chemists often use hand-drawn structural diagrams to capture and communicate ideas about organic compounds. However, the software available today for specifying these structures t...
Tom Y. Ouyang, Randall Davis
AAAI
2010
11 years 18 days ago
Grouping Strokes into Shapes in Hand-Drawn Diagrams
Objects in freely-drawn sketches often have no spatial or temporal separation, making object recognition difficult. We present a two-step stroke-grouping algorithm that first clas...
Eric Jeffrey Peterson, Thomas F. Stahovich, Eric D...
ICIAR
2009
Springer
11 years 10 months ago
VizDraw: A Platform to Convert Online Hand-Drawn Graphics into Computer Graphics
Abstract. With the adoption of tablet-based data entry devices, there is considerable interest in methods for converting hand-drawn sketches of flow charts, graphs and block diagr...
Akshaya Kumar Mishra, Justin A. Eichel, Paul W. Fi...
VL
1994
IEEE
154views Visual Languages» more  VL 1994»
11 years 9 months ago
Stretch-A-Sketch: a Dynamic Diagrammer
Stretch-A-Sketch is a pen-based drawing program that combines recognition of hand-drawn glyphs with constraint based maintenance of spatial relations. The recognition program iden...
Mark D. Gross
AVI
1994
11 years 6 months ago
Recognizing and Interpreting Diagrams in Design
Hand drawn diagrams are essential tools for thinking and communicating in the early phases of design, yet computer based drawing tools support diagramming and sketching only poorl...
Mark D. Gross
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