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Spatially Continuous Change of Abstraction in Molecular Visualization

Wouter Lueks, Ivan Viola, Matthew van der Zwan, Henk Bekker , Tobias Isenberg

MISC, 2011

Abstract

Based on an approach for the temporal change of abstraction in molecular visualization we describe how to achieve a spatially explicit control of abstraction. This allows us to depict different abstraction stages of a single molecule in a single still-image visualization. This approach works best for long, linear molecules with repeating substructures that allow viewers to visually compare the continuous representational changes of these parts.

Published

BioVis 2011 - Abstract track

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BibTeX

@misc{Lueks11Spatially,
 author = {Wouter Lueks and Ivan Viola and Matthew van der Zwan and Henk Bekker
  and Tobias Isenberg},
 title  ={Spatially Continuous Change of Abstraction in Molecular Visualization},
 year = {2011},
 howpublished = {BioVis 2011 - Abstract track},
 location = {Providence, RI},
 abstract = {Based on an approach for the temporal change of abstraction in
  molecular visualization we describe how to achieve a spatially explicit
  control of abstraction. This allows us to depict different abstraction
  stages of a single molecule in a single still-image visualization.
  This approach works best for long, linear molecules with
  repeating substructures that allow viewers to visually compare the
  continuous representational changes of these parts.},
 url = {http://www.cs.rug.nl/~isenberg/VideosAndDemos/Zwan2011IMV},
 notes = {Best Abstract award},



}






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