The Community for Technology Leaders
Visualization Conference, IEEE (2004)
Austin, Texas
Oct. 10, 2004 to Oct. 15, 2004
ISBN: 0-7803-8788-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

In Memoriam: Dr. Shigeru Muraki (PDF)

Arie Kaufman , State University of New York at Stony Brook, NY, USA
pp. x

Preface (PDF)

pp. xi-xii
Session 1:Volume Rendering I

Methods for Efficient, High Quality Volume Resampling in the Frequency Domain (Abstract)

Aili Li , Stony Brook University
Klaus Mueller , Stony Brook University
Thomas Ernst , Brookhaven National Laboratory
pp. 3-10

Linear and Cubic Box Splines for the Body Centered Cubic Lattice (Abstract)

Alireza Entezari , Simon Fraser University
Ramsay Dyer , Simon Fraser University
Torsten Möller , Simon Fraser University
pp. 11-18

Light Weight Space Leaping using Ray Coherence (Abstract)

Sarang Lakare , Stony Brook University
Arie Kaufman , Stony Brook University
pp. 19-26

Projecting Tetrahedra without Rendering Artifacts (Abstract)

Martin Kraus , Purdue University
Wei Qiao , Purdue University
David S. Ebert , Purdue University
pp. 27-34
Session 2: Flow Visualization I

Flow Field Clustering via Algebraic Multigrid (Abstract)

M. Griebel , University of Bonn
T. Preusser , University of Bremen
M. Rumpf , Duisburg-Essen University
M. A. Schweitzer , University of Bonn
A. Telea , Eindhoven University
pp. 35-42

Centroidal Voronoi Tessellation Based Algorithms for Vector Fields Visualization and Segmentation (Abstract)

Qiang Du , Pennsylvania State University
Xiaoqiang Wang , Pennsylvania State University
pp. 43-50

Investigating Swirl and Tumble Flow with a Comparison of Visualization Techniques (Abstract)

Robert S. Laramee , VRVis Research Center
Daniel Weiskopf , University of Stuttgart
Helwig Hauser , VRVis Research Center
pp. 51-58

Visualizing Gyrokinetic Simulations (Abstract)

David Crawford , University of California at Davis
Kwan-Liu Ma , University of California at Davis
Min-Yu Huang , University of California at Davis
Scott Klasky , Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Stephane Ethier , Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
pp. 59-66
Session 3: Volume Rendering II

Hardware-Accelerated Adaptive EWA Volume Splatting (Abstract)

Wei Chen , Zhejiang University
Liu Ren , Carnegie Mellon University
Matthias Zwicker , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 67-74

Constrained Inverse Volume Rendering for Planetary Nebulae (Abstract)

Marcus Magnor , MPI Informatik
Gordon Kindlmann , University of Utah and University of New Mexico
Charles Hansen , University of Utah
pp. 83-90

Generating Realistic Images from Hydrothermal Plume Data (Abstract)

K. Santilli , Rutgers University
K. Bemis , Rutgers University
D. Silver , Rutgers University
J. Dastur , Rutgers University
P. Rona , Rutgers University
pp. 91-98
Session 4: Flow Visualization II

Rendering Implicit Flow Volumes (Abstract)

Daqing Xue , Ohio State University
Caixia Zhang , Ohio State University
Roger Crawfis , Ohio State University
pp. 99-106

Anisotropic Volume Rendering for Extremely Dense, Thin Line Data (Abstract)

Greg Schussman , Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Kwan-Liu Ma , University of California at Davis
pp. 107-114

Display of Vector Fields Using a Reaction-Diffusion Model (Abstract)

Allen R. Sanderson , University of Utah
Chris R. Johnson , University of Utah
Robert M. Kirby , University of Utah
pp. 115-122

Physically Based Methods for Tensor Field Visualization (Abstract)

Ingrid Hotz , University of California at Davis
Louis Feng , University of California at Davis
Hans Hagen , Technical University of Kaiserslautern
Bernd Hamann , University of California at Davis
Kenneth Joy , University of California at Davis
Boris Jeremic , University of California at Davis
pp. 123-130
Session 5: View/Importance Driven Rendering

Quick-VDR: Interactive View-Dependent Rendering of Massive Models (Abstract)

Sung-Eui Yoon , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Brian Salomon , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Russell Gayle , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Dinesh Manocha , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 131-138

Importance-Driven Volume Rendering (Abstract)

Ivan Viola , Vienna University of Technology
Armin Kanitsar , Vienna University of Technology
Meister Eduard Gröller , Vienna University of Technology
pp. 139-146

Visibility Culling for Time-Varying Volume Rendering Using Temporal Occlusion Coherence (Abstract)

Jinzhu Gao , Ohio State University
Han-Wei Shen , Ohio State University
Jian Huang , University of Tennessee
James Arthur Kohl , Oak Ridge National Lab
pp. 147-154
Session 6: Systems

Visualization in Grid Computing Environments (Abstract)

Ken Brodlie , University of Leeds
David Duce , Oxford Brookes University
Julian Gallop , CCLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Musbah Sagar , Oxford Brookes University
Jeremy Walton , The Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd.
Jason Wood , University of Leeds
pp. 155-162

Visualizing Competitive Behaviors in Multi-User Virtual Environments (Abstract)

Nate Hoobler , University of Virginia
Greg Humphreys , University of Virginia
Maneesh Agrawala , Microsoft Research
pp. 163-170

Scout: A Hardware-Accelerated System for Quantitatively Driven Visualization and Analysis (Abstract)

Patrick S. McCormick , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Jeff Inman , Los Alamos National Laboratory
James P. Ahrens , Los Alamos National Laboratory
Charles Hansen , University of Utah
Greg Roth , University of Utah
pp. 171-178
Session 7: Flow Visualization III

Visualization of Intricate Flow Structures for Vortex Breakdown Analysis (Abstract)

Xavier Tricoche , University of Utah
Christoph Garth , University of Kaiserslautern
Gordon Kindlmann , University of Utah
Eduard Deines , University of Kaiserslautern
Gerik Scheuermann , University of Leipzig
Markus Ruetten , DLR Goettingen
Charles Hansen , University of Utah
pp. 187-194

A Graphics Hardware-Based Vortex Detection and Visualization System (Abstract)

Simon Stegmaier , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
pp. 195-202
Session 8: Meshes

Compatible Triangulations of Spatial Decompositions (Abstract)

William J. Schroeder , Kitware, Inc.
Berk Geveci , Kitware, Inc.
Mathieu Malaterre , Kitware, Inc.
pp. 211-218

Adaptive 4-8 Texture Hierarchies (Abstract)

Lok M. Hwa , University of California at Davis
Mark A. Duchaineau , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kenneth I. Joy , University of California at Davis
pp. 219-226
Session 9: Molecules I

Immersive Design of DNA Molecules with a Tangible Interface (Abstract)

Steven Schkolne , California Institute of Technology
Hiroshi Ishii , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Peter Schröder , California Institute of Technology
pp. 227-234

Augmented Reality with Tangible Auto-Fabricated Models for Molecular Biology Applications (Abstract)

Alexandre Gillet , Scripps Research Institute
Michel Sanner , Scripps Research Institute
Daniel Stoffler , Scripps Research Institute
David Goodsell , Scripps Research Institute
Arthur Olson , Scripps Research Institute
pp. 235-242

TexMol: Interactive Visual Exploration of Large Flexible Multi-Component Molecular Complexes (Abstract)

Chandrajit Bajaj , University of Texas at Austin
Peter Djeu , University of Texas at Austin
Vinay Siddavanahalli , University of Texas at Austin
Anthony Thane , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 243-250
Session 10: Surfaces

Rough Interface Reconstruction Using the Level Set Method (Abstract)

Yootai Kim , Ohio State University
Raghu Machiraju , Ohio State University
David Thompson , Mississippi State University
pp. 251-258

Surface Reconstruction of Noisy and Defective Data Sets (Abstract)

Hui Xie , State University of New York at Stony Brook
Kevin T. McDonnell , State University of New York at Stony Brook
Hong Qin , State University of New York at Stony Brook
pp. 259-266

Optimal Global Conformal Surface Parameterization (Abstract)

Miao Jin , State University of New York at Stony Brook
Yalin Wang , University of California at Los Angeles
Shing-Tung Yau , Harvard University
Xianfeng Gu , State University of New York at Stony Brook
pp. 267-274

Local and Global Comparison of Continuous Functions (Abstract)

Herbert Edelsbrunner , Duke University and Raindrop Geomagic
John Harer , Duke University
Vijay Natarajan , Duke University
Valerio Pascucci , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
pp. 275-280
Session 11: Lighting and Perception

Light Collages: Lighting Design for Effective Visualization (Abstract)

Chang Ha Lee , University of Maryland at College Park
Xuejun Hao , University of Maryland at College Park
Amitabh Varshney , University of Maryland at College Park
pp. 281-288

Lighting Transfer Functions Using Gradient Aligned Sampling (Abstract)

Eric B. Lum , University of California Davis
Kwan-Liu Ma , University of California Davis
pp. 289-296

Haptic Display of Interaction between Textured Models (Abstract)

Miguel A. Otaduy , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Nitin Jain , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Avneesh Sud , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Ming C. Lin , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 297-304
Session 12: Flow Topology

Topological Lines in 3D Tensor Fields (Abstract)

Xiaoqiang Zheng , University of California at Santa Cruz
Alex Pang , University of California at Santa Cruz
pp. 313-320

Stream Line and Path Line Oriented Topology for 2D Time-Dependent Vector Fields (Abstract)

Holger Theisel , MPI Informatik Saarbrücken
Tino Weinkauf , Zuse Institute Berlin
Hans-Christian Hege , Zuse Institute Berlin
Hans-Peter Seidel , MPI Informatik Saarbrücken
pp. 321-328

Tracking of Vector Field Singularities in Unstructured 3D Time-Dependent Datasets (Abstract)

Christoph Garth , University of Kaiserslautern
Xavier Tricoche , University of Utah
Gerik Scheuermann , University of Leipzig
pp. 329-336

Topology Visualization of the Optical Power Flow through a Novel C-Shaped Nano-Aperture (Abstract)

Liying Sun , Stanford University
Rajesh K. Batra , Intel Corporation
Xiaolei Shi , GE Global Research Center
Lambertus Hesselink , Stanford University
pp. 337-344
Session 13: Large Data

Interactive Exploration of Large Remote Micro-CT Scans (Abstract)

Steffen Prohaska , Zuse Institute Berlin
Andrei Hutanu , Zuse Institute Berlin
Ralf Kähler , Zuse Institute Berlin
Hans-Christian Hege , Zuse Institute Berlin
pp. 345-352

Interactive Terascale Particle Visualization (Abstract)

David Ellsworth , Advanced Management Technology, Inc.
Bryan Green , Advanced Management Technology, Inc.
Patrick Moran , NASA Ames Research Center
pp. 353-360

Intuitive and Interactive Modification of Large Finite Element Models (Abstract)

Dirc Rose , University of Stuttgart
Katrin Bidmon , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
pp. 361-368

Visualization of Salt-Induced Stress Perturbations (Abstract)

Patricia Crossno , Sandia National Laboratories
David H. Rogers , Sandia National Laboratories
Rebecca M. Brannon , Sandia National Laboratories
David Coblentz , Los Alamos National Laboratories
pp. 369-376
Session 14: Medical Visualization I

Exploration of the Brain's White Matter Pathways with Dynamic Queries (Abstract)

David Akers , Stanford University
Anthony Sherbondy , Stanford University
Rachel Mackenzie , Stanford University
Robert Dougherty , Stanford University
Brian Wandell , Stanford University
pp. 377-384

The VesselGlyph: Focus & Context Visualization in CT-Angiography (Abstract)

Matúš Straka , Austrian Academy of Sciences
Michal Červeňanský , Comenius University
Alexandra La Cruz , Vienna University of Technology
Arnold Köchl , Medical University of Vienna
Miloš Šrámek , Austrian Academy of Sciences
Eduard Gröller , Vienna University of Technology
Dominik Fleischmann , Stanford University Medical Center
pp. 385-392

Non-Linear Model Fitting to Parameterize Diseased Blood Vessels (Abstract)

Alexandra La Cruz , Vienna University of Technology
Matúš Straka , Austrian Academy of Sciences
Arnold Köchl , Vienna University of Medicine
Miloš Šrámek , Austrian Academy of Sciences
Eduard Gröller , Vienna University of Technology
Dominik Fleischmann , Stanford University Medical Center
pp. 393-400

Visualizing Cortical Waves and Timing from Data (Abstract)

Kay A. Robbins , University of Texas at San Antonio and Cajal Neuroscience Research Center
Mark Robinson , University of Texas at San Antonio
David M. Senseman , University of Texas at San Antonio and Cajal Neuroscience Research Center
pp. 401-408
Session 15: Finite Element Analysis

Rendering Planar Cuts Through Quadratic and Cubic Finite Elements (Abstract)

Michael Brasher , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Robert Haimes , Massachusetts Institute of Technology
pp. 409-416

LoD Volume Rendering of FEA Data (Abstract)

Shyh-Kuang Ueng , National Taiwan Ocean University
Yan-Jen Su , National Taiwan Ocean University
Chi-Tang Chang , National Taiwan Ocean University
pp. 417-424

Pixel-Exact Rendering of Spacetime Finite Element Solutions (Abstract)

Yuan Zhou , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Michael Garland , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Robert Haber , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 425-432

TetSplat Real-Time Rendering and Volume Clipping of Large Unstructured Tetrahedral Meshes (Abstract)

Ken Museth , Linköping Institute of Technology
Santiago Lombeyda , California Institute of Technology
pp. 433-440
Session 16: Isosurfaces I

Efficient Point-Based Isosurface Exploration Using the Span-Triangle (Abstract)

Bartosz von Rymon-lipinski , Surgical Systems Laboratory
Nils Hanssen , Surgical Systems Laboratory
Thomas Jansen , Surgical Systems Laboratory
Lutz Ritter , Surgical Systems Laboratory
Erwin Keeve , Surgical Systems Laboratory
pp. 441-448

Volume Refinement Fairing Isosurfaces (Abstract)

Martin Bertram , Technical University Kaiserslautern
pp. 449-456

Interactive Point-Based Isosurface Extraction (Abstract)

Yarden Livnat , University of Utah
Xavier Tricoche , University of Utah
pp. 457-464
Session 17: Molecules II

Detection and Visualization of Anomalous Structures in Molecular Dynamics Simulation Data (Abstract)

Sameep Mehta , Ohio State University
Kaden Hazzard , Ohio State University
Raghu Machiraju , Ohio State University
Srinivasan Parthasarathy , Ohio State University
John Wilkins , Ohio State University
pp. 465-472

PQuad: Visualization of Predicted Peptides and Proteins (Abstract)

Susan L. Havre , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Mudita Singhal , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Deborah A. Payne , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Bobbie-Jo M. Webb-Robertson , Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
pp. 473-480

Guaranteed Quality Triangulation of Molecular Skin Surfaces (Abstract)

Ho-Lun Cheng , National University of Singapore
Xinwei Shi , National University of Singapore
pp. 481-488
Session 18: Isosurfaces II

Dual Marching Cubes (Abstract)

Gregory M. Nielson , Arizona State University
pp. 489-496

Simplifying Flexible Isosurfaces Using Local Geometric Measures (Abstract)

Hamish Carr , University of British Columbia
Jack Snoeyink , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Michiel van de Panne , University of British Columbia
pp. 497-504

Dual Contouring with Topology-Preserving Simplification Using Enhanced Cell Representation (Abstract)

Nan Zhang , Stony Brook University
Wei Hong , Stony Brook University
Arie Kaufman , Stony Brook University
pp. 505-512
Session 19: Medical Visualization II

STEPS — An Application for Simulation of Transsphenoidal Endonasal Pituitary Surgery (Abstract)

André Neubauer , VRVis Research Center
Stefan Wolfsberger , Medical University Vienna
Marie-Thérèse Forster , Medical University Vienna
Lukas Mroz , Tiani Medgraph AG
Rainer Wegenkittl , VRVis Research Center
Katja Bühler , VRVis Research Center
pp. 513-520

Interactive Thickness Visualization of Articular Cartilage (Abstract)

Matej Mlejnek , Vienna University of Technology
Anna Vilanova , Eindhoven University of Technology
Meister Eduard Gröller , Vienna University of Technology
pp. 521-528

ImageSurfer: A Tool for Visualizing Correlations between Two Volume Scalar Fields (Abstract)

Dennis Jen , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Peter Parente , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jonathan Robbins , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Christopher Weigle , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Russell M. Taylor II , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Alain Burette , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Richard Weinberg , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 529-536
Session 20: Real World

Interactive Design of Multi-Perspective Images for Visualizing Urban Landscapes (Abstract)

Augusto Román , Stanford University
Gaurav Garg , Stanford University
Marc Levoy , Stanford University
pp. 537-544

Real-Time Motion Estimation and Visualization on Graphics Cards (Abstract)

Robert Strzodka , Caesar Research Center
Christoph Garbe , Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing
pp. 545-552

Dispersion Simulation and Visualization For Urban Security (Abstract)

Feng Qiu , Stony Brook University
Ye Zhao , Stony Brook University
Zhe Fan , Stony Brook University
Xiaoming Wei , Stony Brook University
Haik Lorenz , Stony Brook University
Jianning Wang , Stony Brook University
Suzanne Yoakum-Stover , Stony Brook University
Arie Kaufman , Stony Brook University
Klaus Mueller , Stony Brook University
pp. 553-560
Panels

Panel 1: Can We Determine the Top Unresolved Problems of Visualization? (PDF)

Theresa-Marie Rhyne , North Carolina State University
Bill Hibbard , University of Wisconsin at Madison
Chris Johnson , University of Utah
Chaomei Chen , Drexel University
Steve Eick , SSS-Research Inc. & University of Illinois at Chicago
pp. 563-566

Panel 2: In the Eye of the Beholder: The Role of Perception in Scientific Visualization (PDF)

Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
David Ebert , Purdue University
Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
Bill Geisler , University of Texas at Austin
David Laidlaw , Brown University
pp. 567-568

Panel 3: The Future Visualization Platform (PDF)

Greg Johnson , University of Texas at Austin
David Ebert , Purdue University
Chuck Hansen , University of Utah
David Kirk , NVIDIA Corporation
Bill Mark , University of Texas at Austin
Hanspeter Pfister , Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories
pp. 569-571

Panel 4: What Should We Teach in a Scientific Visualization Class? (PDF)

Jon D. Genetti , University of Alaska Fairbanks
Michael J. Bailey , Oregon State University
Jon D. Genetti , University of Alaska Fairbanks
David H. Laidlaw , Brown University
Robert J. Moorhead , Mississippi State University
Ross T. Whitaker , University of Utah
pp. 573-575
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. c3
Session 1: Information Visualization and Visualization Theory

VisBiz: A Simplified Visualization of Business Operation (PDF)

Ming C. Hao , Hewlett Packard Research Laboratories
Daniel A. Keim , Hewlett Packard Research Laboratories
Umeshwar Dayal , Hewlett Packard Research Laboratories
pp. 1p

2D Maps for Visual Analysis and Retrieval in Large Multi-Feature 3D Model Databases (PDF)

Benjamin Bustos , University of Konstanz
Daniel A. Keim , University of Konstanz
Christian Panse , University of Konstanz
Tobias Schreck , University of Konstanz
pp. 2p

Hierarchy Based 3D Visualization of Large Software Structures (PDF)

Michael Balzer , University of Konstanz
Oliver Deussen , University of Konstanz
pp. 4p

Linking Representation with Meaning (PDF)

D. J. Duke , University of Leeds
pp. 5p

Introducing Topological Attributes for Objective-Based Visualization (PDF)

Shigeo Takahashi , University of Tokyo
Issei Fujishiro , Ochanomizu University
Gregory M. Nielson , Arizona State University
pp. 6p

Building an Ontology of Visualization (PDF)

D. J. Duke , University of Leeds
K. W. Brodlie , University of Leeds
D. A. Duce , Oxford-Brookes University
pp. 7p
Session 2: Mobile and Environment Visualization

Context-Adaptive Mobile Visualization and Information Management (PDF)

Jochen Ehret , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Achim Ebert , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
Lars Schuchardt , Technical University of Kaiserslautern
Heidrun Steinmetz , Technical University of Kaiserslautern
Hans Hagen , German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence
pp. 8p

DaMI - Data Management for Multimedial Information Systems (PDF)

Hans Hagen , University of Kaiserslautern
Gerhard Steinebach , University of Kaiserslautern
Michael Münchhofen , ProCAEss GmbH
Inga Scheler , Development Acency Rheinland Pfalz
Maja Ruby , University of Kaiserslautern
Michael Wadlé , University of Kaiserslautern
pp. 9p

Code Checking and Visualization of an Architecture Design (PDF)

Rong Xu , National University of Singapore and novaCITYNETS Pte. Ltd.
Wawan Solihin , novaCITYNETS Pte. Ltd.
Zhiyong Huang , National University of Singapore
pp. 10p

Depth Enhanced Panoramas (PDF)

Gleb Bahmutov , Purdue University
Voicu Popescu , Purdue University
Elisha Sacks , Purdue University
pp. 11p

Live Range Visibility Constraints for Adaptive Terrain Visualization (PDF)

Xiaohong Bao , University of California at Irvine
Renato Pajarola , University of California at Irvine
Michael Shafae , University of California at Irvine
pp. 12p
Session 3: Visualization and Modeling

Modeling Decomposing Objects under Combustion (PDF)

Zeki Melek , Texas A&M University
John Keyser , Texas A&M University
pp. 14p

Visualizing the Energetics of the Dissociation of a Metastable Molecule (PDF)

David Guzman , University of Texas at Austin
Reuben Reyes , University of Texas at Austin
Karla Vega , University of Texas at Austin
Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
Robert Wyatt , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 15p

Visualizing the Evolution of Horned Lizards Using 3D Morphing Techniques (PDF)

Reuben Reyes , University of Texas at Austin
Wendy Hodges , University of California at Riverside
Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 16p

On the Visualization of Time-Varying Structured Grids Using a 3D Warp Texture (PDF)

Yuan Chen , Johns Hopkins University
Jonathan Cohen , Johns Hopkins University
Subodh Kumar , Johns Hopkins University
pp. 17p
Session 4: Collaboration and Large Displays

Vol-a-Tile — A Tool for Interactive Exploration of Large Volumetric Data on Scalable Tiled Displays (PDF)

Nicholas Schwarz , University of Illinois at Chicago
Shalini Venkataraman , United Nations Environment Programme
Luc Renambot , University of Illinois at Chicago
Naveen Krishnaprasad , University of Illinois at Chicago
Venkatram Vishwanath , University of Illinois at Chicago
Jason Leigh , University of Illinois at Chicago
Andrew Johnson , University of Illinois at Chicago
Graham Kent , University of California at San Diego
Atul Nayak , University of California at San Diego
pp. 19p
Session 5: Flow Visualization

Visualization of Vortices in Simulated Airflow around Bat Wings During Flight (PDF)

E. Hueso , Brown University
I. Pivkin , Brown University
S. Swartz , Brown University
D. H. Laidlaw , Brown University
G. Karniadakis , Brown University
K. Breuer , Brown University
pp. 20p

Visualizing Turbulent Flow (PDF)

Greg P. Johnson , University of Texas at Austin
Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
Victor Calo , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 22p

Visualization of Nanoparticle Formation in Turbulent Flows (PDF)

P. Coleman Saunders , University of Minnesota
S. C. Garrick , University of Minnesota
Victoria Interrante , University of Minnesota
pp. 23p

Interactive Poster: Illustrating Different Convection Velocities of Turbulent Flow (PDF)

Timothy Urness , University of Minnesota
Victoria Interrante , University of Minnesota
Ellen Longmire , University of Minnesota
Ivan Marusic , University of Minnesota
Bharathram Ganapathisubramani , University of Minnesota
pp. 24p
Session 6: Wavelets and Smoothing

Vector Wavelet Thresholding for Vector Field Denoising (PDF)

Michel A. Westenberg , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
pp. 25p

Fast Rendering of Foveated Volume in the Wavelet Domain (PDF)

Hang Yu , National University of Singapore
Ee-Chien Chang , National University of Singapore
Zhiyong Huang , National University of Singapore
Zhijian Zheng , National University of Singapore
pp. 26p

Atlas-Aware Laplacian Smoothing (PDF)

Peter G. Sibley , Brown University
Gabriel Taubin , Brown University
pp. 27p
Session 7: Visualizing the Brain

DTI Fiber Clustering in the Whole Brain (PDF)

Song Zhang , Brown University
David H. Laidlaw , Brown University
pp. 28p

Visualization of the Interaction of Multiple Sclerosis Lesions with Adjacent White Matter Fibers Using Streamtubes and Streamsurfaces (PDF)

Song Zhang , Brown University
David Laidlaw , Brown University
Jack Simon , Univeristy of Colorado
Mark Brown , Univeristy of Colorado
David Miller , Univeristy of Colorado
pp. 29p

Capillary Histology Imagery Visualization and Exploration (PDF)

Michael Gleicher , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tom Brunet , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Evan Nowak , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Liz Osten , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Matt McElwee , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Kevin Tanty , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Adam Gepner , University of Wisconsin-Madison
Garet Lahvis , University of Wisconsin-Madison
pp. 30p

Compression, Segmentation, and Modeling of Large-Scale Filamentary Volumetric Data (PDF)

Bruce H. McCormick , Texas A&M University
Purna Doddapaneni , Texas A&M University
David Mayerich , Texas A&M University
Zeki Melek , Texas A&M University
John Keyser , Texas A&M University
pp. 31p
Session 8: Medical Visualization

Force-Feedback-Enhanced Navigation for Interactive Visualization of Coronary Vessels (PDF)

Thomas Wischgoll , University of California at Irvine
Elke Moritz , University of California at Irvine
Joerg Meyer , University of California at Irvine
pp. 32p

Automatic Fast Detection of Tumor Suspect Areas on CT Scan (PDF)

Matei Mancas , Polytechnique de Mons
Bernard Gosselin , Polytechnique de Mons
Benoît Macq , Université Catholique de Louvain
pp. 33p

JointViewer — An Interactive System for Exploring Orthopedic Data (PDF)

G. Elisabeta Marai , Brown University
Çağatay Demiralp , Brown University
Stuart Andrews , Brown University
David H. Laidlaw , Brown University
pp. 35p
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