VisSym99: Joint Eurographics - IEEE TCVG Symposium on Visualization

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VisSym99: Joint Eurographics - IEEE TCVG Symposium on Visualization


Proceedings of the Joint EUROGRAPHICS and IEEE TCVG Symposium on Visualization in Vienna, Austria, May 26–28, 1999

Advances in Quality Control of Intraoperative Radiotherapy
Stefan Walter, Gerd Straßmann, and Marco Schmitt
Analysis and Visualization of the Brain Shift Phenomenon in Neurosurgery
C. Lürig, P. Hastreiter, C. Nimsky, and T. Ertl
Attribute-Based Feature Tracking
Freek Reinders, Frits H. Post, and Hans J. W. Spoelder
A Client-side Approach towards Platform Independent Molecular Visualization over the World Wide Web
Michael Bender, Hans Hagen, and Axel Seck
A Comparison of Error Indicators for Multilevel Visualization on Nested Grids
Thomas Gerstner, Martin Rumpf, and Ulrich Weikard
Efficient Ray Intersection for Visualization and Navigation of Global Terrain using Spheroidal Height-Augmented Quadtrees
Zachary Wartell, William Ribarsky, and Larry Hodges
Efficiently Rendering Large Volume Data Using Texture Mapping Hardware
Xin Tong, Wenping Wang, Waiwan Tsang, and Zesheng Tang
Exploring Instationary Fluid Flows by Interactive Volume Movies
Thomas Glau
Fast Volume Rotation using Binary Shear-Warp Factorization
Balazs Csebfalvi
Geodesic Flow on Polyhedral Surfaces
Konrad Polthier and Markus Schmies
Geometric Methods for Vortex Extraction
I. Ari Sadarjoen and Frits H. Post
Interactive Direct Volume Rendering of Time-Varying Data
John Clyne and John M. Dennis
Internet-Based Front-End to Network Simulator
Taosong He
A Methodology for Comparing Direct Volume Rendering Algorithms Using a Projection-Based Data Level Approach
Kwansik Kim and Alex Pang
New Approaches for Particle Tracing on Sparse Grids
Christian Teitzel and Thomas Ertl
Parallel Ray Casting of Visible Human on Distributed Memory Architectures
Chandrajit Bajaj, Insung Ihm, Gee-bum Koo, and Sanghun Park
Parallel Multipipe Rendering for Very Large Isosurface Visualization
Tushar Udeshi and Charles D. Hansen
Procedural Shape Generation for Multi-dimensional Data Visualization
David S. Ebert, Randall M. Rohrer, Christopher D. Shaw, Pradyut Panda, James M. Kulda, and D. Aaron Roberts
Real-Time Maximum Intensity Projection
Lukas Mroz, Andreas König, and Eduard Gröller
On Simulated Annealing and the Construction of Linear Spline Approximations for Scattered Data
Oliver Kreylos and Bernd Hamann
Skeletal Images as Visual Cues in Graph Visualization
I. Herman, M.S. Marshall, G. Melancon, D.J. Duke, M. Delest, and J.-P. Domenger
Visualization of Global Flow Structures Using Multiple Levels of Topology
Wim de Leeuw and Robert van Liere
Visualization of Grinding Processes
Markus Fiege, Gerik Scheuermann, Michael Münchhofen, and Hans Hagen
Visualization by Examples: Mapping Data to Visual Representations using Few Correspondences
Marc Alexa and Wolfgang Müller
VIVENDI - A Virtual Endoscopy System for Virtual Medicine
Dirk Bartz and Martin Skalej
Visualization of Molecules with Positional Uncertainty
Penny Rheingans and Shrikant Joshi
VISSION: An Object Oriented Dataflow System for Simulation and Visualization
Alexandru Telea and Jarke J. van Wijk
Where Weather Meets the Eye - A Case Study on a Wide Range of Meteorological Visualizations for Diverse Audiences
H. Haase, M. Bock, E. Hergenröther, C. Knöpfle, H.-J. Koppert, F. Schröder, A. Trembilski, and J. Weidenhausen
2D Vector Field Visualization Using Furlike Texture
Leila Khouas, Christophe Odet, and Denis Friboulet


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  • Khouas, Leila; Odet, Christophe; Friboulet, Denis (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    This paper presents a new technique for 2D vector field visualization. Our approach is based on the use of a furlike texture. For this purpose, we have first developed a texture model that allows two dimensional synthesis ...
  • Haase, H.; Bock, M.; Hergenröther, E.; Knöpfle, C.; Koppert, H.-J.; Schröder, F.; Trembilski, A.; Weidenhausen, J. (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Sophisticated visualisation enables experts as well as lay persons to extract knowledge from complex data. This is particularly true for visualising the massive amounts of data involved in meteorological observations and ...
  • Herman, I.; Marshall, M.S.; Melancon, G.; Duke, D.J.; Delest, M.; Domenger, J.-P. (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    The problem of graph layout and drawing is fundamental to many approaches to the visualization of relational information structures. As the data set grows, the visualization problem is compounded by the need to reconcile ...
  • Leeuw, Wim de; Liere, Robert van (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    The technique for visualizing topological information in fluid flows is well known. However, when the technique is used in complex and information rich data sets, the result will be a cluttered image which is difficult to ...
  • Alexa, Marc; Müller, Wolfgang (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    In this paper we propose a new approach for the generation of visual scales for the visualization of scalar and multivariate data. Based on the specification of only a few correspondences between the data set and elements ...
  • Fiege, Markus; Scheuermann, Gerik; Münchhofen, Michael; Hagen, Hans (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    In grinding technology, the application ofsupcrabrasivcs and increasing demands for higher productivity and higher quality require an appropriate selection of optimum set-up parameters. An efficient way to determine and ...
  • Telea, Alexandru; Wijk, Jarke J. van (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Scientific visualization and simulation speciification and monitoring are sometimes addressed by object-oriented environments. Even though object orientation powerfully and elegantly models many application domains, ...
  • Rheingans, Penny; Joshi, Shrikant (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Designing new and better chemotherapeutic wmpounds requires an understanding of the mechanism by which the drugs exert their biological effects. This involves consideration of the geometry of the active site, determination ...
  • Bartz, Dirk; Skalej, Martin (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Virtual Medicine is an emerging and challenging field in Computer Graphics. Numerous visualization methods are used to model and render data of different modalities. In this paper, we present a new endoscopy system for ...
  • Teitzel, Christian; Ertl, Thomas (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Flow visualization tools based on particle methods continue to be an important utility of flow simulation. Additionally, sparse grids are of increasing interest in numerical simulations. In [14] we presented the advontages ...
  • Kim, Kwansik; Pang, Alex (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Identifying and visualizing uncertainty together with the data is a well recognized problem. One of the culprits that introduce uncertainty in the visualization pipeline is the visualization algorithm itself. Uncertainties ...
  • Udeshi, Tushar; Hansen, Charles D. (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    In exploratory scientific visualization, isosurfaces are typi- cally created with an explicit polygonal representation for the surface using a technique such as Marching Cubes. For even moderate data sets, Marchching Cubes ...
  • Bajaj, Chandrajit; Ihm, Insung; Koo, Gee-bum; Park, Sanghun (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    This paper proposes a new parallel ray-casting scheme for very large volume data on distributed-memory architectures. Our method, based on data compression, attempts to enhance the speedup of parallel rendering by quickly ...
  • Kreylos, Oliver; Hamann, Bernd (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    We describe a method to create optimal linear spline approximations to arbitrary functions of one or two variables, given as scattered data without known connectivity.We start with an initial approximation consisting of a ...
  • Ebert, David S.; Rohrer, Randall M.; Shaw, Christopher D.; Panda, Pradyut; Kulda, James M.; Roberts, D. Aaron (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Visualization of multi-dimensional data is a challenging task. The goal is not the display of multiple data dimensions, but user comprehension of the multi-dimensional data. This paper explores several techniques for ...
  • Mroz, Lukas; König, Andreas; Gröller, Eduard (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Maximum Intensity Projection (MIP) is a volume rendering technique which is used to extract high-intensity structures from volumetric data. At each pixel the highest data value encountered along the corresponding viewing ...
  • Reinders, Freek; Post, Frits H.; Spoelder, Hans J. W. (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Visualization of time-dependent data is an enormous task because of the vast amount of data involved. However, most of the time the scientist is mainly interested in the evolution of certain features. Therefore, it suffices ...
  • Bender, Michael; Hagen, Hans; Seck, Axel (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    A web-based, entirely platform independent Molecular Visualization System has been developed using state of the Internet programming techniques. This system offers the visualization of various molecular models, molecular ...
  • Wartell, Zachary; Ribarsky, William; Hodges, Larry (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    We present an algorithm for efficiently computing ray intersections with multi-resolution global terrain partitioned by spheroidal height-augmented quadtrees. While previous methods support terrain defined on a Cartesian ...
  • Gerstner, Thomas; Rumpf, Martin; Weikard, Ulrich (Springer and The Eurographics Association, 1999)
    Multiresolution visualization methods have recently become an indispensable ingredient of real time interactive post processing. Here local error indicators serve as criteria where to refine the data representation on the ...

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