Among other things, one or more techniques and/or systems are provided for creating a hierarchical multi-resolution representation of a curve. That is, a first-level curve (e.g., a relatively lower resolution of the curve) may be represented as a set of points within a first-level curve representation. A non-first-level curve (e.g., a second-level curve associated with a relatively higher resolution of the curve) may be represented as a set of offsets from the first-level curve (e.g., distances along offsets vectors starting from the first-level curve to the second-level curve), which is more efficient than storing complete data sets for different resolutions of the curve. In this way, various resolutions of the curve may be efficiently represented within the hierarchical multi-resolution representation. The various resolutions (e.g., levels) of the curve may also be acted upon or manipulated independently of one another.
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