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Links 1 through 3 of 3 by Marcos Ojeda tagged algorithm

a thesis about making compressible halftone algorithms which presents a one dimensional simplistic algorithm for halftoning a continuous tone image with emphasis on compressible halftone screens

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"The first thing to observe is that although most references to hilbert curves focus on how to draw the curve, this is a distraction from the essential property of the curve, and its importance to us: It's an ordering for points on a plane. If we express a hilbert curve in terms of this ordering, drawing the curve itself becomes trivial - simply a matter of connecting the dots. Forget about how to connect adjacent sub-curves, and instead focus on how we can recursively enumerate the points."

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