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VISUALIZATION
1991
IEEE

A Scientific Visualization Synthesizer

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A Scientific Visualization Synthesizer
or vectors at every mesh point may lead to a very cluttered image. Continuous coloring or data mapping, on the other hand, provide a smooth representation of the data. The use of textures can be extended to include vector fields and contours as well. We describe methods for displaying scientific data using textures and raster operations rather than geometric techniques. The flexibility and simplicity of raster operations allow a greater choice of visualization techniques with only a small set of basic operations. In addition, texture mapping techniques will be shown that allow the representation of several variables simultaneously, without a high degree of clutter. The combination of traditional geometric techniques, image composition techniques and image rendering techniques can be integrated into a single framework for the display of scientific data. This paper presents a system for generating and operating on textures and images for the purposes of scientific visualization. The adva...
Roger Crawfis, M. J. Allison
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Type Conference
Year 1991
Where VISUALIZATION
Authors Roger Crawfis, M. J. Allison
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