A scalable parallel cell-projection volume rendering algorithm for three-dimensional unstructured data

@inproceedings{Ma1997ASP,
  title={A scalable parallel cell-projection volume rendering algorithm for three-dimensional unstructured data},
  author={Kwan-Liu Ma and Thomas W. Crockett},
  booktitle={PRS '97},
  year={1997}
}
Visualizing three-dimensional unstructured data from aerodynamics calculations is challenging because the associated meshes are typically large in size and irregular in both shape and resolution. The goal of this research is to develop a fast, efficient parallel volume rendering algorithm for massively parallel distributed-memory supercomputers consisting of a large number of very powerful processors. We use cell-projection instead of ray-casting to provide maximum flexibility in the data… CONTINUE READING
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