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Visualization in Scientific Computing (Eurographics)

Visualization in Scientific Computing (Eurographics)
Visualization is the most important approach to extract relevant information from the huge amount of data produced in today’s computational and experimental sciences. Selected contributions from the fifth in a well established series of workshops on “Visualization in Scientific Computing”, organized by the EUROGRAPHICS Association, held at May 30 to June 1, 1994, in Rostock, Germany, treat topics of particular interest in current research: visualization of multidimensional data, flow visualization, data modeling, time control, interaction, and volume visualization. Examples of applications, for instance, come from flow simulation, chemistry, medical imaging, and geography. Readers will profit in getting insight in state-of-the-art techniques which might help them to solve their visualization problems.