Visualization Methods in High Performance Computing and Flow Simulation: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Visualization, Paderborn, 18-21 January 1994
VSP, Dec 1, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 182 pages
The developments of new algorithms in applied mathematics, of new concepts in computer sciences, and of new hardware in computer technology have led to an immense output of data streams describing the solutions of important physical or technological problems. In order to understand and to explore the results of calculations, new visualization methods have been developed. These novel methods are indispensable for mathematicians and engineers working with problems such as flow theory or elasticity. These proceedings contain selected contributions from the DFG-workshop on visualization, held at the University of Paderborn, January 18--20, 1994, and will be of interest to researchers in the above mentioned fields.
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List of Participants
adaptive algorithm amount of data analysis application Borchers boundary layer calculation color computational aerosciences computer algebra system coordinates cut-planes data manager data objects data set data structures direct numerical simulations discretization disk display distribution domain environment Ethernet example FDDI Figure finite element fluid dynamics function geometry graphics workstation grid point hash hex elements input interactive isolines isosurfaces mapping Meiko CS-2 mesh method module multidisciplinary MuPAD nodal node numerical simulations output parallel computer particle tracing performance pixel plane plot polygons postprocessing pressure problem processor rendering Rumpf sample points scalar scene scientific visualization shows Silicon Graphics solution spatial supercomputer surface extraction techniques three-dimensional time-dependent timescene timestep transition turbulent Ultranet Universitat Paderborn Warburgerstr University of Paderborn unstructured grids user interface values VCam vector grid velocity Vertex normals visualization system visualization tools vortical structures vortices window Workshop on Visualization workstation