Michael J. Boyles

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We present a research framework to analyze 3D-time series caries lesion activity based on collections of SkyScan<sup>&#174;</sup> &mu;-CT images taken at different times during the dynamic caries process. Analyzing caries progression (or reversal) is data-driven and computationally demanding. It involves segmenting high-resolution &mu;-CT images,(More)
We present a novel interaction paradigm for the visual exploration, manipulation and analysis of human-robot interaction (HRI) rules; our development is implemented using a visual programming interface and exploits key techniques drawn from both information visualization and visual data mining to facilitate the interaction design and knowledge discovery(More)
Spherical displays offer unique characteristics that can enhance perception and provide a natural environment for geo-visualization. Recently, digital artists have begun using the curvature of these displays to create art that works with the medium. These displays are mainly used for outreach and education in public spaces such as museums and focus exhibits(More)
Caries lesion activity assessment has been a routine diagnostic procedure in dental caries management, traditionally employing subjective measurements incorporating visual and tactile inspections. Recently, advances in 2D/3D image processing and analysis methods and microfocus x-ray computerized tomography (&mu;-CT) hardware, together with increased power(More)
This paper describes an effort to create and disseminate a series of stereoscopic 3D videos that raise awareness about the value of computational science. While the videos target the general population, including the K-12 community, the audience for this paper includes scientific or technical peers who may be interested in sharing or demonstrating their own(More)
This paper describes an innovative, mixed-media information visualization display method and system architecture for public learning exhibits. The system is scalable in the number and types of displays and flexible in its applicability to a range of data domains and interaction models. This work extends and improves the original illuminated diagram paradigm(More)
Creating web-based visualizations around legacy fusion plotting codes written in Fortran has been an effective approach for enhancing the graphics and making an interactive system for collaborating scientists. A multi-tier architecture was developed to optimize computing and display resources while making minimal changes to the original Fortran code. The(More)
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