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Interactive Visual Analysis in the Concept Stage of a Hybrid-Vehicle Design

Kresimir Matkovic, Mario Duras, Denis Gracanin, Rainer Splechtna and Benedikt Stehno, Helwig Hauser

INPROCEEDINGS, EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics, 2013

Abstract

The design of modern, hybrid vehicles is an active area of research. As the whole field is new, engineers need intuitive and powerful support tools. In this application paper, we illustrate an application of interactive visual analysis in the concept phase of a hybrid-vehicle design. We exploit coordinated multiple views to explore and analyze a simulation ensemble - a set of simulation runs of the same simulation model. Once we reduce the ensemble to a single run we use a detailed view, including an energy flow graph and a vehicle drive animation. Very positive feedback from domain experts and opportunities for additional improvements encourage further research.

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EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics

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BibTeX

@inproceedings{Matkovic13Interactive,
author = {Kresimir Matkovic and Mario Duras and Denis Gracanin and Rainer Splechtna and
 Benedikt Stehno and Helwig Hauser },
title = {Interactive Visual Analysis in the Concept Stage of a Hybrid-Vehicle Design},
booktitle = {EuroVis Workshop on Visual Analytics},
pages = {61--65},
year = {2013},
URL = {http://diglib.eg.org/EG/DL/PE/EuroVAST/EuroVA13/061-065.pdf},
DOI = {10.2312/PE.EuroVAST.EuroVA13.061-065},
isbn = {978-3-905674-55-2},
address = {Leipzig, Germany},
publisher = {Eurographics Association},
abstract = {The design of modern, hybrid vehicles is an active area of research. 
 As the whole field is new, engineers need intuitive and powerful support tools. 
 In this application paper, we illustrate an application of interactive visual 
 analysis in the concept phase of a hybrid-vehicle design. We exploit coordinated 
 multiple views to explore and analyze a simulation ensemble - a set of simulation 
 runs of the same simulation model. Once we reduce the ensemble to a single run 
 we use a detailed view, including an energy flow graph and a vehicle drive animation. 
 Very positive feedback from domain experts and opportunities for additional 
 improvements encourage further research.},


}






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