Moment Based Transfer Function Design for Volume Rendering

@inproceedings{Hou2003MomentBT,
  title={Moment Based Transfer Function Design for Volume Rendering},
  author={Huawei Hou and Ji-zhou Sun and Jiawan Zhang},
  booktitle={GCC},
  year={2003}
}
With the lucubrating of the research in Computer Supported Collaborative Work, shortening CSCW, people can find the effect of the CSCW in supporting cooperative works in many aspects. But in the design course of an ERP system which is related to a broad range of specialities, and an assembly of capricious members, together with frequently changed system goals, the concept of the CSCW is still not attained enough recognition. As a result, the software in ERP system does not support group-work… 
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