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TV networks vie for viewer's votes: Sophisticated computer graphics will be the weapons as television technologists compete to speedily convert 1984 election results into exciting home images

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The role of sophisticated computer graphics in television coverage of elections is examined. The use of graphics in the 1984 election reporting is discussed. The evolution of graphics is reviewed, and the characteristics of television graphics systems are described.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 10 )