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  • BS ISO/IEC 11072 : 1993

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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - COMPUTER GRAPHICS REFERENCE MODEL

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1993

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1. Scope
    2. Definitions
    3. The Computer Graphics Reference Model
    3.1 Environmental model
    3.2 External relationships
    3.3 Environment structure
    3.4 Data elements
    3.4.1 Introduction
    3.4.2 Composition
    3.4.3 Collection store
    3.4.4 Token store
    3.4.5 Aggregation store
    3.4.6 Environment state
    3.5 Processing elements
    3.5.1 Absorption
    3.5.2 Manipulation
    3.5.3 Distribution
    3.5.4 Assembly
    3.5.5 Emanation
    3.6 Characteristics of specific environments
    3.6.1 Environment details
    3.6.2 Output primitives
    3.6.3 Input tokens
    3.6.4 Properties
    3.6.5 Transformations
    3.6.6 Fan-in and fan-out
    3.7 Relationship between output and input
    3.8 Internal interfaces
    Annexes
    A. Existing standards and the CGRM
    A.1 Graphical kernel system - ISO 7942
    A.2 Graphical kernel system for three dimensions -
           ISO 8805
    A.3 Programmer's hierarchical interactive graphics
           system - ISO/IEC 9592
    A.4 Interfacing techniques for dialogues with
           graphical devices - ISO/IEC 9636
    A.5 Metafile for the storage and transfer of picture
           description information - ISO 8632
    B. The relationship of computer imaging to computer
           graphics
    C. The relationship of window systems to computer
           graphics
    C.1 Introduction
    C.2 Window systems
    C.3 Windowing considered as an operator
    C.4 Windowing considered as part of the computer
           graphics system
    C.4.1 Overview
    C.4.2 Operations on windows
    C.4.3 Operations on window content
    C.4.4 Displaying windows
    C.4.5 Input
    D. Bibliography

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    Defines a set of concepts and their inter-relationships which should be applicable to the complete range of future computer graphics standards. Does not define how computer graphics shall be developed and defined. Does not act as an implementation specification for systems incorporating computer graphics; nor does it act as a basis for appraising the conformance of implementations. Also includes definitions and detailed annexes.

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    Committee IST/31
    Development Note Supersedes 91/67851 DC. (04/2005)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    ISO 7942:1985 Information processing systems Computer graphics Graphical Kernel System (GKS) functional description
    ISO/IEC 9592-2:1997 Information technology Computer graphics and image processing Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System (PHIGS) Part 2: Archive file format
    ISO/IEC 9636-4 : 1991(R2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 4: SEGMENTS
    ISO/IEC 8632-1:1999 Information technology Computer graphics Metafile for the storage and transfer of picture description information Part 1: Functional specification
    ISO/IEC 9636-1 : 1991(R 2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 1: OVERVIEW, PROFILES, AND CONFORMANCE
    ISO/IEC 9592-3:1997 Information technology Computer graphics and image processing Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System (PHIGS) Part 3: Specification for clear-text encoding of archive file
    ISO/IEC 8632-3:1999 Information technology Computer graphics Metafile for the storage and transfer of picture description information Part 3: Binary encoding
    ISO/IEC 9636-5:1991 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Functional specification Part 5: Input and echoing
    ISO/IEC 9636-2 : 1991(R2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 2: CONTROL
    ISO/IEC 9636-6:1991 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Functional specification Part 6: Raster
    ISO/IEC 8632-4:1999 Information technology Computer graphics Metafile for the storage and transfer of picture description information Part 4: Clear text encoding
    ISO/IEC 8632-2:1992 Information technology — Computer graphics — Metafile for the storage and transfer of picture description information — Part 2: Character encoding
    ISO/IEC 9592-1:1997 Information technology Computer graphics and image processing Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System (PHIGS) Part 1: Functional description
    ISO/IEC 9636-3 : 1991(R2016) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - PART 3: OUTPUT
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