# New Visualization of Surfaces in Parallel Coordinates - Eliminating Ambiguity and Some Over-Plotting

@inproceedings{Izhakian2004NewVO, title={New Visualization of Surfaces in Parallel Coordinates - Eliminating Ambiguity and Some Over-Plotting}, author={Zur Izhakian}, booktitle={WSCG}, year={2004} }

A point P 2 R n is represented in Parallel Coordinates by a polygonal line ¯ P (see [Ins99] for a recent survey). Earlier [Ins85], a surface ae was represented as the envelope of the polygonal lines representing it’s points. This is ambiguous in the sense that different surfaces can provide the same envelopes. Here the ambiguity is eliminated by considering the surface ae as the envelope of it’s tangent planes and in turn, representing each of these planes by n-1 points [Ins99]. This, with some… CONTINUE READING

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