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Sven Bachthaler, Daniel Weiskopf
This paper introduces orthogonal vector field visualization on 2D manifolds: a representation by lines that are perpendicular to the input vector field. Line patterns are generated by line integral convolution (LIC). This visualization is combined with animation based on motion along the vector field. This decoupling of the line direction from the direction of animation […]
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Jun Ando, Tomoharu Nagao
In this paper, the authors propose a fast evolutionary image processing system. The authors employ graphics processing unit (GPU) to automatic construction of tree-structural image transformation (ACTIT) for the purpose of reducing optimization time. Besides, the system calculates in parallel by using multiple GPUs for the fast processing. The optimization speed of the proposed system […]
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Yaniv Frishman, Ayellet Tal
This paper presents an algorithm for drawing a sequence of graphs online. The algorithm strives to maintain the global structure of the graph and thus the user’s mental map, while allowing arbitrary modifications between consecutive layouts. The algorithm works online and uses various execution culling methods in order to reduce the layout time and handle […]
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Benjamin Spencer, Robert S. Laramee, Guoning Chen, Eugene Zhang
Abstract We introduce a novel, automatic streamline seeding algorithm for vector fields defined on surfaces in 3D space. The algorithm generates evenly spaced streamlines fast, simply and efficiently for any general surface-based vector field. It is general because it handles large, complex, unstructured, adaptive resolution grids with holes and discontinuities, does not require a parametrization, […]
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Qi Zhang, Roy Eagleson, Terry M. Peters
Intraoperative cardiac monitoring, accurate preoperative diagnosis, and surgical planning are important components of minimally-invasive cardiac therapy. Retrospective, electrocardiographically (ECG) gated, multidetector computed tomographical (MDCT), four-dimensional (3D + time), real-time, cardiac image visualization is an important tool for the surgeon in such procedure, particularly if the dynamic volumetric image can be registered to, and fused with […]
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