“Computing layouts with deformable templates” by Peng, Yang and Wonka

  • ©Chi-Han Peng, Yong-Liang Yang, and Peter Wonka

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    Computing layouts with deformable templates

Session/Category Title:   Layout Building & Scenes


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    In this paper, we tackle the problem of tiling a domain with a set of deformable templates. A valid solution to this problem completely covers the domain with templates such that the templates do not overlap. We generalize existing specialized solutions and formulate a general layout problem by modeling important constraints and admissible template deformations. Our main idea is to break the layout algorithm into two steps: a discrete step to lay out the approximate template positions and a continuous step to refine the template shapes. Our approach is suitable for a large class of applications, including floorplans, urban layouts, and arts and design.

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