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Author: Frits H Post
Publisher: Boston Kluwer Acad. Publ. 2003
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The book will also provide basic material for teaching the state of the art techniques in data visualization.Data Visualization: The State of the Art is designed to meet the needs of practitioners  Read more...


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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Frits H Post
ISBN: 1402072597 9781402072598
OCLC Number: 834207866
Notes: Most of the papers are based on the oral presentations given at the Dagstuhl Seminar on Scientific Visualization, the fourth in the series, held from 21 - 26 May, 2000
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Description: x, 451 Seiten
Contents: Preface. Part I: Visualization Algorithms and Techniques. Efficient occlusion culling for large model visualization; D. Bartz, et al. Localizing vector field topology; G. Scheuermann, et al. Feature tracking with skeleton graphs; B. Vrolijk, et al. Correspondence analysis: visualizing property-profiles of time-dependent 3D datasets; K. Fries, et al. Specializing visualization algorithms; S. Diehl. Isosurface extraction for large-scale datasets; Y. Livnat, et al. Part II: Volume Visualization. Topologically-accentuated volume rendering; I. Fujishiro, et al. Reconstruction issues in volume visualization; T. Theussl, et al. High quality splatting and volume synthesis; R. Crawfis, J. Huang. Cellfast: interactive unstructured volume rendering and classification; C.M. Wittenbrink, et al. Cell projection of meshes with non-planar faces; M. Max, et al. Segmentation and texture-based hierarchical rendering techniques for large-scale real-color biomedical image data; J. Meyer, et al. Part III: Information Visualization. eBusiness click stream analysis; S.G. Eick. Hierarchical exploration of large multivariate data sets; J. Yang, et al. Visualization of multidimensional data using structure preserving projection methods; W. de Leeuw, R. van Liere. Visualizing process information and the health status of wastewater treatment plants: a case study of the ESPRIT-project WaterCIME; P. Dannenmann, H. Hagen. Part IV: Multiresolution Methods. Data structures for 3D multi-tessellations: an overview; E. Danovaro, et al. A data model for adaptive multi-resolution scientific data; P.J. Rhodes, et al. Multiresolution representation of datasets with material interfaces; B.F. Gregorski, et al.Generalizing lifted tensor product wavelets to irregular polygonal domains; M. Bertram, et al. Ranked representation of vector fields; B. Nakshatrala, et al. Part V: Modelling Techniques. Procedural volume modeling, rendering, and visualization; D. Ebert, P. Rheingans. Surface approximation to point cloud data using volume modeling; A. Huang, G.M. Nielson. Enriching volume modelling with scalar fields; M. Chen, et al. Fast methods for computing isosurface topology with Betti numbers; S.F. Konkle, et al. Surface interpolation by spatial environment graphs; R. Mencl, H Muller. Part VI: Interaction Techniques and Architectures. Preset based interaction with high dimensional parameter spaces; J.J. van Wijk, C.W.A.M. van Overveld. Visual interaction to solve complex optimization problems; A. Hinnenburg, D.A. Keim. Visualizing cosmological time; A.J. Hanson, et al. Component-based intelligent visualization; H. Hagen, et al. Author Index.
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