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Multi-Aspect Visualization: Going from Linked Views to Integrated Views

Jean-Paul Balabanian

PHDTHESIS, oct, 2009

Abstract

This thesis is a delve into the matter of visualization integration. There are many approaches to visualizing volume data and often several of these approaches can appropriately be used at the same time to visualize di erent aspects. The usual way is to visualize these aspects separately in di erent views, but integrating the visualizations into the same view can often be the superior approach. We describe the two most used approaches to visualizing several aspects at the same time; linked views and integrated views. We describe some approaches to create integrated visualizations by showing where in the visualization pipeline the integration takes place. We present work produced by the author describing the integrated visualizations developed.

Published

  • School: Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway
  • Date: oct 2009
  • Project: Illustrative Visualization

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BibTeX

@phdthesis{balabanian09thesis,
  title =      "Multi-Aspect Visualization: Going from Linked Views to
               Integrated Views",
  author =     "Jean-Paul Balabanian",
  year =       "2009",
  abstract =   "This thesis is a delve into the matter of visualization
               integration. There are many approaches to visualizing volume
               data and often several of these approaches can appropriately
               be used at the same time to visualize dierent aspects. The
               usual way is to visualize these aspects separately in
               dierent views, but integrating the visualizations into the
               same view can often be the superior approach. We describe
               the two most used approaches to visualizing several aspects
               at the same time; linked views and integrated views. We
               describe some approaches to create integrated visualizations
               by showing where in the visualization pipeline the
               integration takes place. We present work produced by the
               author describing the integrated visualizations developed.",
  school =     "Department of Informatics, University of Bergen, Norway",
  month =      oct,

}






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