D. V. Mogilenskikh

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Methods of computed tomography are well developed and widely used in medicine and industry. If tomographic data are complete, it is possible to reconstruct the images with submillimeter resolution. If the data are incomplete, tomograms may blur, i.e. their resolution degrades, noise increases and artifacts form. The situation is worst if measurement data(More)
The paper addresses the application of graphical replenishment (GR) color interpolation algorithms for visualizing numerical simulation of physical processes in order to enhance the information density of the graphic interpretation of these processes. The GR algorithms presented here may be successfully applied to two- and three-dimensional grids, and grids(More)
One of the visualization problems implies finding boundaries and insides of flat sections of 3D objects specified analytically. This problem is to be solved to analyze the results and to control the geometry specification. On the one hand, the analytic definition of profiles for “not simple” 3D-objects in general case is actually unsolvable problem; on the(More)
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