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Visualization Conference, IEEE (2005)
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Oct. 23, 2005 to Oct. 28, 2005
ISBN: 0-7803-9462-3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Session 1: Vector/Tensor Visualization I

2D Asymmetric Tensor Analysis (Abstract)

Alex Pang , University of California, Santa Cruz
Xiaoqiang Zheng , University of California, Santa Cruz
pp. 1

Exploring 2D Tensor Fields Using Stress Nets (Abstract)

Andrew Wilson , Sandia National Laboratories
Rebecca Brannon , Sandia National Laboratories
pp. 2

Illuminated Lines Revisited (Abstract)

Filip Sadlo , ETH Zurich
Christian Sigg , ETH Zurich
Ovidio Mallo , ETH Zurich
Ronald Peikert , ETH Zurich
pp. 3
Session 2: Vector/Tensor Visualization II

HOT- Lines: Tracking Lines in Higher Order Tensor Fields (Abstract)

Gerik Scheuermann , University of Leipzig, Germany
Mario Hlawitschka , University of Leipzig, Germany
pp. 4
Session 3: Diffusion Tensor Imaging Visualization

Visualization of White Matter Tracts with Wrapped Streamlines (Abstract)

Christopher Nimsky , Dept. of Neurosurgery, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Peter Hastreiter , Dept. of Neurosurgery Computer Graphics Group, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Natascha Sauber , Computer Graphics Group, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Marc Stamminger Stamminger , Computer Graphics Group, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Frank Enders , Dept. of Neurosurgery Computer Graphics Group, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Dorit Merhof , Dept. of Neurosurgery Computer Graphics Group, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
pp. 7

Fast and Reproducible Fiber Bundle Selection in DTI Visualization (Abstract)

Bart Peters , Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam
Frans M. Vos , Quantitative Imaging Group, Delft University of Technology
Frits H. Post , Data Visualization Group, Delft University of Technology
Jorik Blaas , Data Visualization Group, Delft University of Technology
Charl P. Botha , Delft University of Technology
pp. 8

Evaluation of Fiber Clustering Methods for Diffusion Tensor Imaging (Abstract)

Jarke J. van Wijk , Department of Biomedical Engineering, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
Anna Vilanova , Department of Biomedical Engineering, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
Bart Moberts , Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
pp. 9

The Application of GPU Particle Tracing to Diffusion Tensor Field Visualization (Abstract)

Polina Kondratieva , Technische Universitat Munchen
Jens Kruger , Technische Universitat Munchen
Rudiger Westermann , Technische Universitat Munchen
pp. 10
Session 4: Taxonomies and Evaluation

The Value of Visualization (Abstract)

Jarke J. van Wijk , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
pp. 11

On the Optimization of Visualizations of Complex Phenomena (Abstract)

Donald House , Texas A&M University
Colin Ware , University of New Hampshire
Alethea Bair , Texas A&M University
pp. 12

Curve-Skeleton Applications (Abstract)

Nicu D. Cornea , Rutgers University, New Jersey
Deborah Silver , Rutgers University, New Jersey
Patrick Min , John Cabot University, Rome, Italy
pp. 13
Session 5: Parallel Rendering

OpenGL Multipipe SDK: A Toolkit for Scalable Parallel Rendering (Abstract)

Stefan Eilemann , Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Philippe C.D. Robert , Silicon Graphics, Inc.
Praveen Bhaniramka , Silicon Graphics, Inc.
pp. 16

A Shader-Based Parallel Rendering Framework (Abstract)

Bruno Raffin , ID-IMAG, CNRS/INPG/INRIA/UJF, France
Jeremie Allard , ID-IMAG, CNRS/INPG/INRIA/UJF, France
pp. 17
Session 6: Visualization Systems

VisTrails: Enabling Interactive Multiple-View Visualizations (Abstract)

Steven P. Callahan , Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah
Patricia J. Crossno , School of Computing, University of Utah
Huy T. Vo , Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah
Claudio T. Silva , Sandia National Laboratories
Louis Bavoil , Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah
Carlos E. Scheidegger , Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah
Juliana Freire , Sandia National Laboratories
pp. 18

Phonon Tracing for Auralization and Visualization of Sound (Abstract)

Jevgenij Jegorovs , ITWM Kaiserslautern
Jan Mohring , ITWM Kaiserslautern
Eduard Deines , TU Kaiserslautern
Hans Hagen , TU Kaiserslautern
Martin Bertram , TU Kaiserslautern
pp. 20

The Visible Radio: Process Visualization of a Software-Defined Radio (Abstract)

David Pointer , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Alex Betts , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Donna Cox , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Volodymyr Kindratenko , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Matthew Hall , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
pp. 21
Session 7: Large Data Visualization

Query-Driven Visualization of Large Data Sets (Abstract)

E. Wes Bethel , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
John Shalf , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Kesheng Wu , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Kurt Stockinger , Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
pp. 22

Visualization of Time-Dependent Remote Adaptive Mesh Refinement Data (Abstract)

Steffen Prohaska , Zuse-Institute Berlin (ZIB)
Ralf Kaehler , Zuse-Institute Berlin (ZIB) and MPI for Gravitational Physics (AEI)
Andrei Hutanu , Louisiana State University (LSU)
Hans-Christian Hege , Zuse-Institute Berlin (ZIB)
pp. 23

Distributed Data Management for Large Volume Visualization (Abstract)

Jian Huang , The Univ. of Tennessee
Jinzhu Gao , Oak Ridge National Lab
Scott Atchley , The Univ. of Tennessee
C. Ryan Johnson , The Univ. of Tennessee
James Arthur Kohl , Oak Ridge National Lab
pp. 24

A Contract Based System For Large Data Visualization (Abstract)

Mark Miller , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Jeremy Meredith , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Nelson Max , University of California, Davis
Eric Brugger , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Hank Childs , University of California, Davis/Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Kathleen Bonnell , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Brad Whitlock , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
pp. 25
Session 8: Level-Of-Detail Techniques

Interactive Rendering of Large Unstructured Grids Using Dynamic Level-of-Detail (Abstract)

Peter Shirley , School of Computing, University of Utah
Claudio T. Silva , School of Computing, University of Utah
Joao L. D. Comba , Instituto de Informatica, UFRGS, Brazil
Steven P. Callahan , Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah
pp. 26

Batched Multi Triangulation (Abstract)

Fabio Ganovelli , ISTI - CNR
Federico Ponchio , ISTI - CNR
Roberto Scopigno , ISTI - CNR
Paolo Cignoni , ISTI - CNR
pp. 27

View-Dependent Rendering of Multiresolution Texture-Atlases (Abstract)

Henrik Buchholz , University of Potsdam, Germany
Jurgen Dollner , University of Potsdam, Germany
pp. 28

Exploiting Frame-to-Frame Coherence for Accelerating High-Quality Volume Raycasting on Graphics Hardware (Abstract)

Magnus Strengert , University of Stuttgart
Simon Stegmaier , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Klein , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
pp. 29
Session 9: Out-of-Core and Streaming Techniques

Streaming Meshes (Abstract)

Martin Isenburg , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Peter Lindstrom , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
pp. 30

Stream-Processing Points (Abstract)

Renato Pajarola , University of Zurich
pp. 31

VolumeExplorer: Roaming Large Volumes to Couple Visualization and Data Processing for Oil and Gas Exploration (Abstract)

Laurent Castanie , Earth Decision Sciences, Gocad Research Group
Bruno Levy , INRIA Lorraine, Project ALICE
Fabien Bosquet , Earth Decision Sciences
pp. 32
Session 10: Visualization in Physics and Medicine

Reflection Nebula Visualization (Abstract)

Marcus A. Magnor , MPI Informatik
Andrew J. Hanson , Indiana University
Kristian Hildebrand , MPI Informatik
Andrei Lintu , MPI Informatik
pp. 33

Multimodal Exploration of the Fourth Dimension (Abstract)

Andrew J. Hanson , Indiana University
Hui Zhang , Indiana University
pp. 34

High Performance Volume Splatting for Visualization of Neurovascular Data (Abstract)

F. Vega-Higuera , University of Erlangen, Germany
G. Greiner , University of Erlangen, Germany
P. Hastreiter , University of Erlangen, Germany
R. Fahlbusch , University of Erlangen, Germany
pp. 35

Teniae Coli Guided Navigation and Registration for Virtual Colonoscopy (Abstract)

Ronald M. Summers , Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Heal, MD
Adam Huang , Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Heal, MD
Marek Franaszek , Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Heal, MD
Dave Roy , Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Heal, MD
pp. 36
Session 11: Volume Visualization I

Statistically Quantitative Volume Visualization (Abstract)

Robert Van Uitert , National Institutes of Health
Tolga Tasdizen , University of Utah
Guo-Shi Li , University of Utah
Charles Hansen , University of Utah
Joe M. Kniss , University of Utah
Abraham Stephens , University of Utah
pp. 37

Scale-Invariant Volume Rendering (Abstract)

Martin Kraus , Martin Kraus
pp. 38
Session 12: Volume Visualization II

VolQD: Direct Volume Rendering of Multi-million Atom Quantum Dot Simulations (Abstract)

Gerhard Klimeck , Purdue University
Wei Qiao , Purdue University
Alireza Entezari , Simon Fraser University
Marek Korkusinski , Purdue University
David S. Ebert , Purdue University
pp. 41

High Dynamic Range Volume Visualization (Abstract)

Baoquan Chen , University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
Minh X. Nguyen , Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
Xiaoru Yuan , Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
David H. Porter , Computational Science and Engineering (LCSE), University of Minnesota at Twin Cities
pp. 42

Volume rendering of smoke propagation CFD data (Abstract)

Daniel Gubler , Air Flow Consulting
Oliver Staubli , ETH Zurich
Ronald Peikert , ETH Zurich
Christian Sigg , ETH Zurich
Markus Gross , ETH Zurich
pp. 43

Hardware-Accelerated Simulated Radiography (Abstract)

Steven P. Callahan , University of Utah
Steven Langer , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Daniel Laney , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Claudio T. Silva , University of Utah
Randall Frank , Computational Engineering International
Nelson Max , Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
pp. 44
Session 13: Volume Visualization III

Fast Visualization by Shear-Warp on Quadratic Super-Spline Models Using Wavelet Data Decompositions (Abstract)

Jurgen Hesser , Institut fur Mathematik, Universitat Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany
Reinhard Manner , ICM, Universitaten Mannheim und Heidelberg, Mannheim, Germany
Gunther Nurnberger , Institut fur Mathematik, Universitat Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany
Hans-Peter Seidel , Max-Planck-Institut fur Informatik, Saarbrucken, Germany
Gregor Schlosser , ICM, Universitaten Mannheim und Heidelberg, Mannheim, Germany
Christian Rossl , Max-Planck-Institut fur Informatik, Saarbrucken, Germany
Frank Zeilfelder , Max-Planck-Institut fur Informatik, Saarbrucken, Germany
pp. 45

Dataset Traversal with Motion-Controlled Transfer Functions (Abstract)

Deborah Silver , Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Carlos D. Correa , Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
pp. 46

The Magic Volume Lens: An Interactive Focus+Context Technique for Volume Rendering (Abstract)

Klaus Mueller , Computer Science, Stony Brook University
Lujin Wang , Computer Science, Stony Brook University
Ye Zhao , Computer Science, Stony Brook University
Arie Kaufman , Computer Science, Stony Brook University
pp. 47
Session 14: Information Visualization

Effectively Visualizing Large Networks Through Sampling (Abstract)

Stephen Curial , University of Alberta
Davood Rafiei , University of Alberta
pp. 48

Opening the Black Box - Data Driven Visualization of Neural Network (Abstract)

Kwan-Liu Ma , University of California at Davis
Fan-Yin Tzeng , University of California at Davis
pp. 49
Session 15: Surface Reconstruction and Isosurfaces

Quality Mesh Generation for Molecular Skin Surfaces Using Restricted Union of Balls (Abstract)

Xinwei Shi , National University of Singapore
Ho-Lun Cheng , National University of Singapore
pp. 51

Reconstructing Manifold and Non-Manifold Surfaces from Point Clouds (Abstract)

Arie E. Kaufman , Stony Brook University
Manuel M. Oliveira , Instituto de Informatica UFRGS, Brazil
Jianning Wang , Stony Brook University
pp. 53

Marching Diamonds for Unstructured Meshes (Abstract)

John C. Anderson , University of California, Davis
Janine C. Bennett , University of California, Davis
Kenneth I. Joy , University of California, Davis
pp. 54
Session 16: Visualization in Bioinformatics

Evolutionary Morphing (Abstract)

Will Harcourt-Smith , Lehman College of the City University of New York
F. James Rohlf , State University of New York, Stony Brook
Yong J. Kil , University of California, Davis
Katherine St. John , Lehman College of the City University of New York
Deboshmita Ghosh , University of California, Davis
Eric Delson , Lehman College of the City University of New York
Nina Amenta , University of California, Davis
Bernd Hamann , University of California, Davis
Dan A. Alcantara , University of California, Davis
David F. Wiley , University of California, Davis
pp. 55

Hardware-Accelerated 3D Visualization of Mass Spectrometry Data (Abstract)

Hanspeter Pfister , Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs (MERL)
Jose De Corral , Waters Corporation
pp. 56

Differential Protein Expression Analysis via Liquid-Chromatography/Mass-Spectrometry Data Visualization (Abstract)

Lars Linsen , Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitat Greifswald Greifswald, Germany
Jorg Bernhardt , Department of Microbiology, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitat Greifswald Greifswald, Germany
Matthias Berth , DECODON GmbH Greifswald, Germany
Julia Locherbach , Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universitat Greifswald Greifswald, Germany
pp. 57

The Software Interface to the 3D-Force Microscope (Abstract)

Benjamin G. Wilde , Dept. of Computer Science UNC at Chapel Hill
Russell M. Taylor II , Dept. of Computer Science UNC at Chapel Hill
Chris Weigle , Dept. of Computer Science UNC at Chapel Hill
Jeremy Cribb , Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, UNC at Chapel Hill
Kalpit Desai , Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, UNC at Chapel Hill
David Marshburn , Dept. of Computer Science UNC at Chapel Hill
E. Timothy O'Brien , Dept. of Physics and Astronomy UNC at Chapel Hill
J. K. Fisher , Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, UNC at Chapel Hill
R. Superfine , Dept. of Physics and Astronomy UNC at Chapel Hill
pp. 58
Session 17: Flow Visualization

Opening the Can of Worms: An Exploration Tool for Vortical Flows (Abstract)

Thomas Ertl , Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems
Ulrich Rist , Institute for Aerodynamics and Gasdynamics
Simon Stegmaier , Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems
pp. 59

Strategy for Seeding 3D Streamlines (Abstract)

Alex Pang , Computer Science Department, UCSC
David Kao , NASA Ames Research Cente
Xiaohong Ye , Computer Science Department, UCSC
pp. 60

Farthest Point Seeding for Efficient Placement of Streamlines (Abstract)

Olivier Devillers , INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
Abdelkrim Mebarki , INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
Pierre Alliez , INRIA Sophia-Antipolis
pp. 61
Session 18: Applications of Perception in Visualization I

View Selection for Volume Rendering (Abstract)

Udeepta D. Bordoloi , Ohio State Univesity
Han-Wei Shen , Ohio State Univesity
pp. 62

A Feature-Driven Approach to Locating Optimal Viewpoints for Volume Visualization (Abstract)

Tomoyuki Nishita , University of Tokyo
Issei Fujishiro , Tohoku University
Shigeo Takahashi , University of Tokyo
Yuriko Takeshima , Tohoku University
pp. 63

Visualizing intersecting surfaces with nested-surface techniques (Abstract)

Russell M. Taylor II , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chris Weigle , University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
pp. 64
Session 19: Applications of Perception in Visualization II

Understanding Visualization through Spatial Ability Differences (Abstract)

Marilyn Tremaine , Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Maria C. Velez , Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
Deborah Silver , Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey
pp. 65

Eyegaze Analysis of Displays With Combined 2D and 3D Views (Abstract)

Arthur E. Kirkpatrick , Simon Fraser University
Guang-Zhong Yang , Imperial College
M. Stella Atkins , Simon Fraser University
Marios Nicolaou , Imperial College
Melanie Tory , University of British Columbia
pp. 66

Visualizing Data with Motion (Abstract)

Christopher G. Healey , North Carolina State University
Daniel E. Huber , Northrop Grumman
pp. 67
Session 20: Topology-Based Visualization Techniques

Topology-based Simplification for Feature Extraction from 3D Scalar Fields (Abstract)

Valerio Pascucci , Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Peer-Timo Bremer , University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign
Vijay Natarajan , University of California, Davis
Bernd Hamann , UC, Davis
Attila Gyulassy , University of California, Davis
pp. 68

Topology-driven Surface Mappings with Robust Feature Alignment (Abstract)

Hong Qin , Stony Brook University
Christopher Carner , Stony Brook University
Miao Jin , Stony Brook University
Xianfeng Gu , Stony Brook University
pp. 69
Session 21: Visualization of Mathematics and Physics

Visualization of the Genus of Knots (Abstract)

Jarke J. van Wijk , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Arjeh M. Cohen , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
pp. 72

Visualizing the tightening of knots (Abstract)

Eric Rawdon , Duquesne University
Michael Piatek , University of Washington
Jason Cantarella , University of Georgia
pp. 73

Visualization in the Einstein Year 2005: A Case Study on Explanatory and Illustrative Visualization of Relativity and Astrophysics (Abstract)

Corvin Zahn , University of Tubingen
Regine Frank , University of Tubingen
Daniel Weiskopf , Simon Fraser University
Ute Kraus , University of Tubingen
Sonja Schar , Historisches Museum Bern
Andreas King , University of Tubingen
Frank Grave , University of Tubingen
Hanns Ruder , University of Tubingen
Oliver Fechtig , University of Tubingen
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Muller , University of Tubingen
Martin Falk , University of Stuttgart
Isabel Rica Mendez , University of Tubingen
Tobias Schafhitzel , University of Stuttgart
Hans-Peter Nollert , University of Tubingen
Marc Borchers , University of Tubingen
Michael Zatloukal , University of Tubingen
pp. 74
Session 22: Displays and Multi-Modal Visualization

A Handheld Flexible Display System (Abstract)

Jonathan Konieczny , University of Minnesota
Clement Shimizu , University of Minnesota
Dnardo Colucci , University of Minnesota
Gary Meyer , University of Minnesota
pp. 75

Profile Flags: a Novel Metaphor for Probing of T2 Maps (Abstract)

Harrie vna den Bosch , Catharina Hospital Eindhoven, Netherlands
Anna Vilanova , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
Matej Mlejnek , Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
Pierre Ermes , Philips Medical Systems, Best, Netherlands
Frans Gerritsen , Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
Meister Eduard Groller , Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
Rob van der Rijt , Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands
pp. 76
Session 23: Time-Dependent and Flow Visualization I

Eyelet Particle Tracing - Steady Visualization of Unsteady Flow (Abstract)

Alexander Wiebel , University of Leipzig, Germany
Gerik Scheuermann , University of Leipzig, Germany
pp. 77

Interpolation And Visualization For Advected Scalar Fields (Abstract)

Sheng-Chuan Wang , National Taiwan Ocean University
Shyh-Kuang Ueng , National Taiwan Ocean University
pp. 78

Visual Analysis and Exploration of Fluid Flow in a Cooling Jacket (Abstract)

Jurgen Schneider , Department of Advanced Simulation Technologies (AST), AVL, Graz,Austria
Helwig Hauser , VRVis Research Center in Vienna, Austria
Helmut Doleisch , VRVis Research Center in Vienna, Austria
Robert S. Laramee , VRVis Research Center in Vienna, Austria
Hans Hagen , University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Christoph Garth , University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
pp. 79
Session 24: Time-Dependent and Flow Visualization II

Particle and Texture Based Spatiotemporal Visualization of Time-Dependent Vector Fields (Abstract)

Daniel Weiskopf , Simon Fraser University
Gordon Erlebacher , Florida State University
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
Frederik Schramm , University of Stuttgart
pp. 81

Texture-Based Visualization of Uncertainty in Flow Fields (Abstract)

Ralf P. Botchen , University of Stuttgart
Daniel Weiskopf , Simon Fraser University
pp. 82
Session 25: Illustrative Visualization I

Example-based Volume Illustrations (Abstract)

David S. Ebert , Purdue University
Aidong Lu , Purdue University & UNC Charlotte
pp. 83

Illustrative Display of Hidden Iso-Surface Structures (Abstract)

Jan Fischer , University of Tubingen
Dirk Bartz , University of Tubingen
Wolfgang Straber , University of Tubingen
pp. 84

VolumeShop: An Interactive System for Direct Volume Illustration (Abstract)

M. Eduard Groller , Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Stefan Bruckner , Vienna University of Technology, Austria
pp. 85
Session 26: Illustrative Visualization II

Illustration-inspired techniques for visualizing time-varying data (Abstract)

Alark Joshi , University of Maryland Baltimore County
Penny Rheingans , University of Maryland Baltimore County
pp. 86

Illustration and Photography Inspired Visualization of Flows and Volumes (Abstract)

David Ebert , Purdue University
Yun Jang , Purdue University
Nikolai A. Svakhine , Purdue University
Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
pp. 87

Visualization with stylized line primitives (Abstract)

Carsten Stoll , Max Planck Institut fuer Informatik Saarbruecken
Hans-Peter Seidel , Max Planck Institut fuer Informatik Saarbruecken
Stefan Gumhold , Max Planck Institut fuer Informatik Saarbruecken
pp. 88
Posters

Interactive Poster: Using CoMIRVA for Visualizing Similarities Between Music Artists (Abstract)

Gerhard Widmer , Johannes Kepler University (JKU)
Markus Schedl , Johannes Kepler University (JKU)
Peter Knees , Johannes Kepler University (JKU)
pp. 89

VISUAL EXPLORATION OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL FEATURE SPACE OF BIOLOGICAL DATA (Abstract)

D. A. Yuen , University of Minnesota
T. Arodz , AGH University of Science and Technology, Institute of Computer Science. Poland
K. Boryczko , AGH University of Science and Technology, Institute of Computer Science. Poland
W. Dzwinel , AGH University of Science and Technology, Institute of Computer Science. Poland
M. Kurdziel , AGH University of Science and Technology, Institute of Computer Science. Poland
pp. 90

Exploring Defects in Nematic Liquid Crystals (Abstract)

T.J Jankun-Kelly , Mississippi State University
Matthew Lee , Mississippi State University
Ketan Mehta , Mississippi State University
pp. 91

A Visualization Tool for fMRI Data Mining (Abstract)

Paul Kantor , Rutgers University
Ali Shokoufandeh , Drexel University
Sven Dickinson , University of Toronto
Nicu D. Cornea , Rutgers University
Jeff Abrahamson , Drexel University
Deborah Silver , Rutgers University
Ulukbek Ibraev , Rutgers University
pp. 93

Integrated 3D Visualization of fMRI and DTI tractography (Abstract)

Shirley A. M. Thurston , Neuroradiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Jan Hardenbergh , TeraRecon, Inc., Concord, MA
Jonathan W. Lombardi , Neuroradiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Gordon J. Harris , Neuroradiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
Bradley R. Buchbinder , Neuroradiology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
pp. 94

Dynamic Volume Rendering for Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT) Treatment (Abstract)

Seza Orcun , Discovery Park, Purdue University
Sungeun Kim , Envision Center, Purdue University
Raj Arangarasan , Envision Center, Purdue University
pp. 95

Volume Exploration Using Spatially Linked Transfer Functions (Abstract)

Rakesh Mullick , General Electric Golobal Research
Navneeth Subramanian , General Electric Golobal Research
Vivek Vaidya , General Electric Golobal Research
pp. 96

Scientific Visualization of time-Varying Oceanographic and Meteorological Data using VR (Abstract)

Jinah Park , Information and Communication University
Jinah Kim , Korean Ocean R&D Institute
Hak Soo Lim , Korean Ocean R&D Institute
Chang S. Kim , Korean Ocean R&D Institute
K Parks , Information and Communication University
pp. 97

Enclosure Sphere Based Cell Visibility for Virtual Endoscopy (Abstract)

Jianfei LIU , Sino-French Lab LIAMA - National Lab NLPR
Xiaopeng ZHANG , Institution of Automation, Chinese Academy of Sciences
pp. 98

Perceptually-Based Comparisons of Direct Volume Rendered Images (Abstract)

Hon-Cheng Wong , Macao University of Science and Technology
Un-Hong Wong , Macao University of Science and Technology
Huamin Qu , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Zesheng Tang , Macao University of Science and Technology
pp. 99

Evaluation of Areal Touch Feedback for Palpation Simulation (Abstract)

Jinah Park , Information and Communications University
Dong Soo Kwon , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Ki Uk Kyung , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Sang Youn Kim , Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 100

A web-based visualization solution for very large 2D datasets (Abstract)

Taras V. Gerya , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Rudolph L. Maxwell , Oberlin College, OH
David A. Yuen , University of Minnesota
pp. 102

NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio Image Server (Abstract)

Jeff de La Beaujardiere , NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
Horace Mitchell , NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
Eric Sokolowsky , Global Science and Technology
pp. 103

The EventScope Remote Science Operations Tool: Using a Visualization of a Remote Location as an Interface for Robotic Exploration (Abstract)

Peter Coppin , Carnegie Mellon University STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
Eben Myers , Platform Digital, LLC
Kevin McCloskey , Carnegie Mellon University STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
Michael Wagner , Carnegie Mellon University Robotics Institute
David Seneker , Platform Digital, LLC
Luisa Lu , Platform Digital, LLC
W. Ronald McCloskey , Carnegie Mellon University STUDIO for Creative Inquiry
pp. 104

Noise-Adjusted Principle Component Analysis For Hyperspectral Remotely Sensed Imagery Visualization (Abstract)

Qian x Qian Du, , Mississippi State University
Shangshu Cai , Mississippi State University
Robert Moorhead , Mississippi State University
Derek Irby , Mississippi State University
Mahnas Jean Mohammadi-Aragh , Mississippi State University
pp. 105

Interactive CSG Trees Inside Complex Scenes (Abstract)

Jan Ohlenburg , Fraunhofer FIT Sankt Augustin, Germany
Jan Muller , Fraunhofer FIT Sankt Augustin, Germany
pp. 106

View-dependent Meshing And Rendering of Tetrahedral Meshes (Abstract)

Ralf Sondershaus , WSI / GRIS, University of Tubingen
Wolfgang Straber , WSI / GRIS, University of Tubingen
pp. 107

Particle Generation from User-specified Transfer Function for Point-based Volume Rendering (Abstract)

Naohisa Sakamoto , Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University
Koji Koyamada , Center for the Promotion of Excellence in Higher Education, Kyoto University
pp. 108

Anisotropic Ellipsoidal Smoothing of Volume Data (Abstract)

Cristina Siegerist , Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Bai Xue , University of California, Davis
Nelson Max , University of California, Davis
pp. 109

A System for Interactive Volume Visualization on the PowerWall (Abstract)

A. J. Larson , University of Minnesota
Steven T. Andringa , University of Minnesota
Aaron Stender , University of Minnesota
David H. Porter , University of Minnesota
Michael R. Knox , University of Minnesota
Paul R. Woodward , University of Minnesota
pp. 110

Visualizing Large Scale Laser-Plasma Interaction 3D Simulations Using Parallel VTK and Extensions on Clusters (Abstract)

Thierry Carrard , CEA/DIF, Bruyeres-le-Chatel, France
Guillaume Colin de Verdiere , CEA/DIF, Bruyeres-le-Chatel, France
Jean-Philippe Nomine , CEA/DIF, Bruyeres-le-Chatel, France
Daniel Aguilera , CEA/DIF, Bruyeres-le-Chatel, France
pp. 111

Visualization in the Earth Sciences: A Discussion on Various Visualization Methods using amira (Abstract)

M. D.A. Yuen , University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Wang, S.M. Damon , University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
pp. 112

Clustering Techniques for Out-of-Core Multi-resolution Modeling (Abstract)

Emanuele Danovaro , University of Genova
Hanan Samet , University of Maryland at College Park
Leila De Floriani , University of Genova
Enrico Puppo , University of Genova
pp. 113

Volume Rendering of Real-Time 3D Echocardiographic Data (Abstract)

Vladimir Zagrodsky , Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Raj Shekhar , University of Maryland
pp. 114

A Concurrent Visualization System for High-Performance Computational Simulations (Abstract)

James Newman , Mississippi State University
Matthew Lee , Mississippi State University
Robert Moorhead , Mississippi State University
Joe Groner , Mississippi State University
Joel Martin , Mississippi State University
pp. 115

PSALM: A Data Model for Pervasive Visualization (Abstract)

Huamin Qu , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Hong Zhou , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Yingcai Wu , Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 116
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Design and Evaluation in Visualization Research (Abstract)

Victoria Interrante , University of Minnesota
David Laidlaw , Brown University
Donald House , Texas A&M University
Colin Ware , University of New Hampshire
Russell Taylor , University of North Carolina
pp. 117

The Visualization Process: The Path from Data to Insight (Abstract)

Pat Hanrahan , Stanford University
Kelly Gaither , University of Texas at Austin
Daniel Weiskopf , Simon Fraser University
David Ebert , Purdue University
pp. 118

End Users' Perspectives on Volume Rendering in Medical Imaging: A job well done or not over yet? (Abstract)

Michael Meissner , Viatronix, Stony Brook
Gordon Harris , MGH, Boston
Anders Persson , CMIV, Linkoping, Sweden
John R. Lesser , Minneapolis Heart Institute
Karel Zuiderveld , Vital Images, Minnetonka
Michael Vannier , University of Chicago Medical Center
pp. 119

Illustrative Rendering Techniques for Visualization: Future of Visualization or Just Another Technique? (Abstract)

Dirk Bartz , University of Tubingen
Hans Hagen , Technical University of Kaiserlautern
Victoria Interrante , University of Minnesota
Bernhard Preim , University of Magdeburg
Kwan-Liu Ma , University of California, Davis
pp. 120
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