hidden-line/hidden-surface removal (HLHSR) Removal of those parts of a scene that are obscured by objects nearer to the viewer. There is a whole range of methods for doing this operation. The Z-buffer is often used to hold depth information concerning objects. See hidden-line removal, hidden-surface removal.
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