Michael Penick

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Wildfires are a frequent summertime concern for land managers and communities neighboring wildlands throughout the world. Computational simulations have been developed to help analyze and predict wildfire behavior, but the primary visualization of these simulations has been limited to 2-dimensional graphics images. We are currently working with wildfire(More)
V-FIRE is a 3D fire simulation and visualization software tool that allows users to harness and observe fire evolution and fire-related processes in a controlled virtual environment. This paper presents details of the tool's requirements specification, software architecture, medium and low-level design, and prototype user interface. As the tool is currently(More)
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