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Physics-based Velocity Field Simplification for Flow Visualization

Armin Pobitzer

MISC, February, 2012

Abstract

With the availability of more computing power, simulations of increasingly complex fluid flows have become possible. In the attempt to make sense of data, visualization has greatly gained importance in everyday scientific computing. Many visualization techniques do, however, suffer from a tendency to overly rich response in complex scenarios. Hence, filtering of the visual output is an important topic. In this talk we discuss how such filtering can be achieved in a physically meaningful way, giving examples from the extraction of vortices and Lagrangian coherent structures.

Published

Invited talk at Minisymposium on Analysis and Representation of Large Data Sets

  • Location: Madrid, Spain
  • Date: February 2012

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BibTeX

@misc{Pobitzer12Physics,
 author = {Armin Pobitzer},
 title  ={Physics-based Velocity Field Simplification for Flow Visualization},
 year = {2012},
 month = {February},
 howpublished = {Invited talk at Minisymposium on Analysis and Representation of Large Data Sets},
 location = {Madrid, Spain},
 abstract = {With the availability of more computing power, simulations of increasingly complex 
  fluid flows have become possible. In the attempt to make sense of data, visualization has 
  greatly gained importance in everyday scientific computing. Many visualization techniques do, 
  however, suffer from a tendency to overly rich response in complex scenarios. Hence, filtering 
  of the visual output is an important topic. In this talk we discuss how such filtering can be 
  achieved in a physically meaningful way, giving examples from the extraction of vortices and 
  Lagrangian coherent structures.},


}






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