Time-Dependent Isosurface Extraction

HAN-WEI SHEN,     Department of Computer Science and Engineering, The Ohio State University

New challenges for scientific visualization researchers have emerged over the past several years as the size of data generated from simulations experienced exponential growth. A major factor that is contributing to the exponential growth in the size of data is scientists’ ability to perform time-varying simulations with finer temporal resolutions and a larger number of time-steps. To analyze complex dynamic phenomena from a time-varying dataset, it is necessary to navigate and browse the data in both the spatial and the temporal domain, select data at different resolutions, experiment with different visualization ...

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