Visualizations for three different categories of problems are presented: measurements of object parameters as they vary over time, constructing surfaces from unorganized sets of points, and representing the internal structure of volumes using isosurfaces. Problem backgrounds are discussed as well as the operational details of each visualization. Visualizations were written with ease of use in mind for Spiegel, a programmable visualization environment.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Computer graphics--Data processing; Computer simulation; Visualization--Technique
Department, Program, or Center
Computer Science (GCCIS)
Kochakian, Nick, "Scientific visualizations" (2009). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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