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- William L. Hibbard, David A. Santek
- IEEE Visualization
- 1990

The VIS-5D system provides highly interactive visual access to 5-dimensional data sets containing up to 50 million data points. The user has easy and intuitive control over animated 3-dimensional depictions of multiple interacting physical variables. VIS-5D is runs on the Stardent ST-1000 and ST-2000 workstations and is available as freeware from the Space… (More)

- Glen H. Wheless, Cathy M. Lascara, +4 authors Brian E. Paul
- IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
- 1996

- William L. Hibbard, Curtis Rueden, +6 authors John Anderson
- Commun. ACM
- 2005

Combining a flexible data model and distributed objects, they support the sharing of data, visualizations, and user interfaces among multiple data sources, computers, and scientific disciplines.

- William L. Hibbard, John Anderson, +4 authors Mary K. Tyree
- IJHPCA
- 1996

- William L. Hibbard, Charles R. Dyer, Brian E. Paul
- IEEE Visualization
- 1992

We present a technique for defining graphical depictions for all the data types defined in an algorithm, The ability to display arbitrary combinations of an algorithm's data objects in a common frame of reference, coupled with interactive control of algorithm execution, provides a powerful way to understand algorithm behavior. Type definitions are… (More)

Scientists often view computer algorithms as risk-filled black boxes. The barrier between scientists and their computations can be bridged by techniques that make the internal workings of algorithms visible and that allow scientists to experiment with their computations. We describe two interactive systems developed at the University of Wisconsin-Madison… (More)

- William L. Hibbard, Charles R. Dyer, Brian E. Paul
- IEEE Visualization
- 1994

In order to develop a foundation for visualization, we develop lattice models for data objects and displays that focus on the fact that data objects are approximations to mathematical objects and real displays are approximations to ideal displays. These lattice models give us a way to quantize the information content of data and displays and to define… (More)

- K W Eliceiri, C Rueden, W A Mohler, W L Hibbard, J G White
- BioTechniques
- 2002

- William L. Hibbard, Charles R. Dyer, Brian E. Paul
- Workshop on Database Issues for Data…
- 1993

The VIS-AD data model integrates metadata about the precision of values, including missing data indicators and the way that arrays sample continuous functions, with the data objects of a scientific programming language. The data objects of this data model form a lattice, ordered by the precision with which they approximate mathematical objects. We deffme a… (More)

- William L. Hibbard, David A. Santek
- Computer
- 1989

The authors describe the capabilities of McIDAS , an interactive visualization system that is vastly increasing the ability of earth scientists to manage and analyze data from remote sensing instruments and numerical simulation models. McIDAS provides animated three-dimensional images and highly interactive displays. The software can manage, analyze, and… (More)