A Practical Approach to Two-Dimensional Scalar Topology

@inproceedings{Bremer2007APA,
  title={A Practical Approach to Two-Dimensional Scalar Topology},
  author={Peer-Timo Bremer and Valerio Pascucci},
  year={2007}
}
Computing and analyzing the topology of scalar fields has proven to be a powerful tool in a wide variety of applications. In recent years the field has evolved from computing contour trees of two-dimensional functions to Reeb graphs of general two-manifolds, analyzing the topology of time-dependent volumes, and finally to creating Morse-Smale complexes of two and three dimensional functions. However, apart from theoretical advances practical applications depend on the development of robust and… CONTINUE READING
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