Advances in Computers, Volume 33

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Academic Press, Sep 13, 1991 - Computers - 325 pages
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Contents

Chapter 2 ObjectOriented Modeling and DiscreteEvent Simulation
67
Chapter 3 HumanFactors Issues in Dialog Design
115
Chapter 4 Neurocomputing Formalisms for Computational Learning and Machine Intelligence
173
Chapter 5 Visualization in Scientific Computing
247
Author Index
307
Subject Index
317
Contents of Previous Volumes
327
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Page 248 - Visualization embraces both image understanding and image synthesis. That is, visualization is a tool both for interpreting image data fed into a computer, and for generating images from complex multidimensional data sets. It studies those mechanisms in humans and computers which allow them in concert to perceive, use and communicate visual information.
Page 305 - CM-5 was provided by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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