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2007
IEEE
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Variable Interactions in Query-Driven Visualization
Our ability to generate ever-larger, increasingly-complex data, has established the need for scalable methods that identify, and provide insight into, important variable trends and...
Luke J. Gosink, John C. Anderson, E. Wes Bethel,...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Interactive Visual Analysis of Perfusion Data
Perfusion data are dynamic medical image data which characterize the regional blood flow in human tissue. These data bear a great potential in medical diagnosis, since diseases can...
Steffen Oeltze, Helmut Doleisch, Helwig Hauser, ...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Multifield Visualization Using Local Statistical Complexity
Modern unsteady (multi-)field visualizations require an effective reduction of the data to be displayed. From a huge amount of information the most informative parts have to be ext...
Heike Jänicke, Alexander Wiebel, Gerik Scheuerm...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Time Dependent Processing in a Parallel Pipeline Architecture
Pipeline architectures provide a versatile and efficient mechanism for constructing visualizations, and they have been implemented in numerous libraries and applications over the p...
John Biddiscombe, Berk Geveci, Ken Martin, Kenn...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Registration Techniques for Using Imperfect and Partially Calibrated Devices in Planar Multi-Projector Displays
Abstract-- Multi-projector displays today are automatically registered, both geometrically and photometrically, using cameras. Existing registration techniques assume pre-calibrate...
Ezekiel Bhasker, Ray Juang, Aditi Majumder
VIS
2007
IEEE
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A Unified Paradigm for Scalable Multi-Projector Displays
We present a general framework for the modeling and optimization of scalable multi-projector displays. Based on this framework, we derive algorithms that can robustly optimize the ...
Niranjan Damera-Venkata, Nelson L. Chang, Jeffre...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Enhancing Depth-Perception with Flexible Volumetric Halos
Volumetric data commonly has high depth complexity which makes it difficult to judge spatial relationships accurately. There are many different ways to enhance depth perception, su...
Stefan Bruckner, M. Eduard Gröller
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Semantic Layers for Illustrative Volume Rendering
Direct volume rendering techniques map volumetric attributes (e.g., density, gradient magnitude, etc.) to visual styles. Commonly this mapping is specified by a transfer function. ...
Peter Rautek, Stefan Bruckner, M. Eduard Grölle...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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An Effective Illustrative Visualization Framework Based on Photic Extremum Lines (PELs)
Conveying shape using feature lines is an important visualization tool in visual computing. The existing feature lines (e.g., ridges, valleys, silhouettes, suggestive contours, etc...
Xuexiang Xie, Ying He, Feng Tian, Hock-Soon Sea...
VIS
2007
IEEE
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Illustrative Deformation for Data Exploration
Abstract--Much of the visualization research has focused on improving the rendering quality and speed, and enhancing the perceptibility of features in the data. Recently, significa...
Carlos Correa, Deborah Silver, Min Chen
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