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Morphological Antialiasing and Topological Reconstruction

Abstract : Morphological antialiasing is a post-processing approach which does note require additional samples computation. This algorithm acts as a non-linear filter, ill-suited to massively parallel hardware architectures. We redesigned the initial method using multiple passes with, in particular, a new approach to line length computation. We also introduce in the method the notion of topological reconstruction to correct the weaknesses of postprocessing antialiasing techniques. Our method runs as a pure post-process filter providing full-image antialiasing at high framerates, competing with traditional MSAA.
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Adrien Herubel, Venceslas Biri, Stéphane Deverly. Morphological Antialiasing and Topological Reconstruction. International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications (GRAPP'11), Jun 2011, Vilamoura, Portugal. pp.187-192. ⟨hal-00681746⟩

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