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  • BS ISO/IEC 9636-3 : 1991

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    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - COMPUTER GRAPHICS - INTERFACING TECHNIQUES FOR DIALOGUES WITH GRAPHICAL DEVICES (CGI) - FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION - OUTPUT

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  01-01-1991

    Publisher:  British Standards Institution

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    Foreword
    Introduction
    1 Scope
    2 Normative references
    3 Concepts
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 General output concepts
    3.3 Individual and bundled attribute values
    3.4 Colour
    3.5 Graphic objects
    3.6 Clipping associated with graphic objects
    3.7 Line primitives
    3.8 Marker primitive
    3.9 Text primitives
    3.10 Fill primitives
    3.11 Image primitives
    3.12 Generalized Drawing Primitives
    3.13 Inquiry
    3.14 Retrieval
    4 Interactions with other parts of ISO/IEC 9636
    4.1 Interactions with all other parts of ISO/IEC 9636
    4.2 Interactions with ISO/IEC 9636-2 (Control)
    4.3 Interactions with ISO/IEC 9636-4 (Segments)
    4.4 Interactions with ISO/IEC 9636-5 (Input)
    4.5 Interactions with ISO/IEC 9636-6 (Raster)
    5 Abstract specification of functions
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Graphic primitive functions
    5.3 Attribute functions
    5.4 General attribute and output control functions
    5.5 Retrieval functions
    6 Output inquiry functions
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Primitive support description table
    6.3 Line description table
    6.4 Marker description table
    6.5 Text description table
    6.6 Fill description table
    6.7 Edge description table
    6.8 Output control description table
    6.9 Line attribute state list
    6.10 Marker attribute state list
    6.11 Text attribute state list
    6.12 Fill attribute state list
    6.13 Edge attribute state list
    6.14 General attributes and output control state list
    7 CGI description tables and state lists
    7.1 Description tables
    7.2 State lists
    A Formal grammar of the functional specification
    B Output and attribute errors
    C Guidelines for CGI implementors
    D Parameterization of circular and elliptical arcs
    E Use of POLYGON SET and closed figures
    F Character sets and coding
    G Colour value extent
    H Example use of character orientation

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    Covers the device-independent graphic object output functionality of the CGI. Covers attributes, primitive functions, object formation and subsequent processing, and related control and inquiry functionality.

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    Committee IST/31
    Development Note Supersedes 90/62656 DC. (07/2005)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher British Standards Institution
    Status Current

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    ISO/IEC 9637-2:1992 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Data stream binding Part 2: Binary encoding
    ISO/IEC 9541-1:1991 Information technology — Font information interchange — Part 1: Architecture
    ISO/IEC 9541-3:1994 Information technology — Font information interchange — Part 3: Glyph shape representation
    ISO/IEC 9637-1:1994 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Data stream binding Part 1: Character encoding
    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 2022:1994 Information technology Character code structure and extension techniques
    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 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 646:1991 Information technology — ISO 7-bit coded character set for information interchange
    ISO/IEC 9636-6:1991 Information technology Computer graphics Interfacing techniques for dialogues with graphical devices (CGI) Functional specification Part 6: Raster
    ISO/IEC 9541-2:1991 Information technology — Font information interchange — Part 2: Interchange format
    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 9973:2013 Information technology Computer graphics, image processing and environmental data representation Procedures for registration of items
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