Comparative visualization of ensembles using ensemble surface slicing

@article{Alabi2012ComparativeVO,
  title={Comparative visualization of ensembles using ensemble surface slicing},
  author={Oluwafemi S. Alabi and Xunlei Wu and Jonathan Harter and Madhura Phadke and Lifford Pinto and Hannah Petersen and Steffen A. Bass and Michael Keifer and Sharon Zhong and Christopher G. Healey and Russell M. Taylor},
  journal={Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering},
  year={2012},
  volume={8294}
}
By definition, an ensemble is a set of surfaces or volumes derived from a series of simulations or experiments. Sometimes the series is run with different initial conditions for one parameter to determine parameter sensitivity. The understanding and identification of visual similarities and differences among the shapes of members of an ensemble is an acute… CONTINUE READING

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