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Layered Earth Inversion Visual Toolkit: A Scientific Visualisation Case Study

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Layered Earth Inversion Visual Toolkit: A Scientific Visualisation Case Study
Visualisation Systems are in general designed to maximise the cognitive ability of system users particularly when exposed to large sets of otherwise difficult to comprehend data, by appealing to various strengths of the human perceptual system in processing visual information. Scientific Visualisation in particular aims to present physical data in ways that facilitate the discovery and/or understanding of deterministic mechanisms or underlying cause and effect of the physical system described by the data. This report examines the development of a Scientific Visualisation tool, which has been developed for use in conjunction with existing specialist numerical modelling software. The modelling software is typicallyused in an iterative fashion, with successive user specified inputs dependent on analysis of prior output. The newly developed visual tool, developed for use with Windows operating system using Borland Delphi and an object- oriented paradigm, overcomes the lack of input/output...
Andrew Donohoo, Debbie Richards
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where VIP
Authors Andrew Donohoo, Debbie Richards
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