Efficient Methods for Direct Volume Rendering of Large Data Sets

@inproceedings{Ljung2006EfficientMF,
  title={Efficient Methods for Direct Volume Rendering of Large Data Sets},
  author={Patric Ljung},
  year={2006}
}
Direct Volume Rendering (DVR) is a technique for creating images directly from a representation of a function defined over a three-dimensional domain. The technique has many application fields, such as scientific visualization and medical imaging. A striking property of the data sets produced within these fields is their ever increasing size and complexity. Despite the advancements of computing resources these data sets seem to grow at even faster rates causing severe bottlenecks in terms of… CONTINUE READING