Algorithm 420: hidden-line plotting program [J6]


HIDE produces a two-dimensional representation of a surface or figure by plotting segments of a succession of curves; each curve is plotted where it is not hidden by any of the curves previously plotted (that is, where it does not fall below any of them as they appear in the two-dimensional representation).

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