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Spatial-temporal antialiasing

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3 Author(s)
Sung, K. ; Washington Univ., Bothell, WA, USA ; Pearce, A. ; Changyaw Wang

A framework for discussing the motion blur image generation process is formulated. Previous work is studied in the context of this framework. Due to the implicit assumptions on low temporal frequencies in most motion blur algorithms, issues involved in large screen space movements and fast illumination changes in time have not been adequately addressed so far. A new approach that does not make these assumptions is introduced to solve the spatial-temporal geometric and shading aliasing problems separately. Based on newly developed adaptive algorithms in the spatial-temporal domain, an implementation of the new approach is developed to efficiently deliver high-quality motion blurred images in general computer graphics production environments

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Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 2 )