Eduardo Tejada

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Projection (or dimensionionality reduction) techniques have been used as a means to handling the growing dimensionality of data sets as well as providing a way to visualize information coded into point relationships. Their role is essential in data interpretation and simultaneous use of different projections and their visualizations improve data(More)
Nowadays, medical imaging procedures provide a great variety of data obtained with different modalities. To offer a deeper insight into this data the simultaneous visualiza-tion of these images, not regarding their source, must be provided. One example is the field of functional brain imaging, where the activation of brain regions during cognitive tasks is(More)
We introduce a point-based algorithm for computing and rendering stream surfaces and path surfaces of a 3D flow. The points are generated by particle tracing, and an even distribution of those particles on the surfaces is achieved by selective particle removal and creation. Texture-based surface flow visualization is added to show inner flow structure on(More)
The interactive deformation and visualization of volumetric objects is still a challenging problem for many application areas. We present a novel integrated system which implements physically-based deformation and volume visualization of tetra-hedral meshes on modern graphics hardware by exploiting the last features of vertex and fragment shaders. We(More)
In this work we address the problem of computing point-based surface approximations from point clouds. Our approach is based on recently presented methods that define the approximated surface as the set of stationary points for an operator that projects points in the space onto the surface. We present a novel projection operator that differs from the(More)
Point-based models are gaining lately considerable attention as an alternative to traditional surface meshes. In this context, Point Set Surfaces (PSS) were proposed as a modeling and rendering method with important topological and approximation properties. However, ray-tracing PSS is computationally expensive. Therefore, we propose an interactive(More)
This paper describes a method to generate Delaunay tetrahedral meshes directly from regular volume data by vertex insertion driven by an error criterion. By adapting the mesh to the input data, the method produces meshes suitable for fast and precise volume ray-casting. A partitioning method that splits the mesh into homogeneous sub-meshes is also(More)
Previous work has demonstrated the clarity and usefulness of illustrative techniques for visualizing flow data. However, previous systems were limited to applying these techniques to uniform grids. Since unstructured grids have emerged as a common basis for computing flow simulations, we present a method to apply and extend the flow illustration approach to(More)
Implicit surface reconstruction from unorganized point sets has been recently approached with methods based on multi-level partition of unity. We improve this approach by addressing local approximation robustness and iso-surface extraction issues. Our method relies on the J<sub>1</sub> <sup>A</sup> triangulation to perform both the spatial subdivision and(More)