ANISOTROPY BASED SEEDING FOR HYPERSTREAMLINE

@inproceedings{ShenANISOTROPYBS,
  title={ANISOTROPY BASED SEEDING FOR HYPERSTREAMLINE},
  author={Wei Shen and Alex T. Pang}
}
This paper presents a new seeding strategy for visualizing 3D symmetric tensor data using hyperstreamlines. The goal is to automate the process of generating seeding patterns to identify important hyperstreamline features. The method is based on anisotropy measurements to optimize the seeding positions and density of hyperstreamlines to reduce visual clutter. Additionally, user can place random distributed seeding points in the tensor field to ensure other minor hyperstreamline features are… CONTINUE READING

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