Adapting measuring methods of discrepancy of samples patterns to human perception

Piotr Karnasiewicz


The following article presents pattern discrepancy, which is a method for measuring the quality of sampling used in computer graphics. An attempt has been taken to adapt this method to the way the patterns are perceived by human. In the article we present several methods of sampling, which are then used for testing pattern discrepancy.


sampling; computer graphics; pattern

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