BS in Mathematics
Neil Webre, Joseph Borzellino
The elimination of lines not normally viewed during a visual perception of a three-dimensional object that is being simulated on a computer graphics display is called hidden line elimination (Fig. 1). My project consists of a PL-1 computer program which implements an algorithm for hidden line elimination written by A. Montanari and R. Galemberti published in the April 1969 issue of the Communications of the ACM.