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- C H Wolters, A Anwander, X Tricoche, D Weinstein, M A Koch, R S MacLeod
- NeuroImage
- 2006

To achieve a deeper understanding of the brain, scientists, and clinicians use electroencephalography (EEG) and magnetoencephalography (MEG) inverse methods to reconstruct sources in the cortical sheet of the human brain. The influence of structural and electrical anisotropy in both the skull and the white matter on the EEG and MEG source reconstruction is… (More)

- Xavier Tricoche
- 2002

- Yarden Livnat, Xavier Tricoche
- IEEE Visualization
- 2004

We propose a novel point-based approach to view dependent iso-surface extraction. We introduce a fast visibility query system for the view dependent traversal, which exhibits moderate memory requirements. This technique allows for an interactive interrogation of the full visible woman dataset (1GB) at four to fifteen frames per second on a desktop computer.… (More)

- Xavier Tricoche, Gerik Scheuermann, Hans Hagen
- IEEE Visualization
- 2001

Vector fields can present complex structural behavior, especially in turbulent computational fluid dynamics. The topological analysis of these datasets reduces the information but one is usually still left with too many details for interpretation. In this paper, we present a simplification approach that removes pairs of critical points from the dataset,… (More)

- Gordon L. Kindlmann, Xavier Tricoche, Carl-Fredrik Westin
- Medical Image Analysis
- 2007

Geometric models of white matter architecture play an increasing role in neuroscientific applications of diffusion tensor imaging, and the most popular method for building them is fiber tractography. For some analysis tasks, however, a compelling alternative may be found in the first and second derivatives of diffusion anisotropy. We extend to tensor fields… (More)

- Christoph Garth, Florian Gerhardt, Xavier Tricoche, Hans Hagen
- IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer…
- 2007

The recently introduced notion of Finite-Time Lyapunov Exponent to characterize Coherent Lagrangian Structures provides a powerful framework for the visualization and analysis of complex technical flows. Its definition is simple and intuitive, and it has a deep theoretical foundation. While the application of this approach seems straightforward in theory,… (More)

- Xavier Tricoche, Gerik Scheuermann, Hans Hagen
- IEEE Visualization
- 2000

Topology analysis of plane, turbulent vector fields results in visual clutter caused by critical points indicating vortices of finer and finer scales. A simplification can be achieved by merging critical points within a prescribed radius into higher order critical points. After building clusters containing the singularities to merge, the method generates a… (More)

This paper presents powerful surface based techniques for the analysis of complex flow fields resulting from CFD simulations. Emphasis is put on the examination of vortical structures. An improved method for stream surface computation that delivers accurate results in regions of intricate flow is presented, along with a novel method to determine boundary… (More)

- Gordon L. Kindlmann, Xavier Tricoche, Carl-Fredrik Westin
- MICCAI
- 2006

Current methods for extracting models of white matter architecture from diffusion tensor MRI are generally based on fiber tractography. For some purposes a compelling alternative may be found in analyzing the first and second derivatives of diffusion anisotropy. Anisotropy creases are ridges and valleys of locally extremal anisotropy, where the gradient of… (More)

- Christoph Garth, Han Krishnan, Xavier Tricoche, Tom Tricoche, Kenneth I. Joy
- IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer…
- 2008

We present a novel approach for the direct computation of integral surfaces in time-dependent vector fields. As opposed to previous work, which we analyze in detail, our approach is based on a separation of integral surface computation into two stages: surface approximation and generation of a graphical representation. This allows us to overcome several… (More)