Stream arrows: enhancing the use of stream surfaces for the visualization of dynamical systems

@article{Lffelmann1997StreamAE,
  title={Stream arrows: enhancing the use of stream surfaces for the visualization of dynamical systems},
  author={Helwig L{\"o}ffelmann and Lukas Mroz and Eduard Gr{\"o}ller and Werner Purgathofer},
  journal={The Visual Computer},
  year={1997},
  volume={13},
  pages={359-369}
}
We present a new approach to deal with stream surfaces that occlude major parts of the system representation. While analyzing mixed-mode oscillations, we came across geometrically complex stream surfaces with a curly shape. Certain regions of these surfaces may occlude major parts of the model. We adapted visualization techniques to deal with this. Stream arrows make portions of the stream surface semitransparent and this diminish the problem of occlusion. Cross-sections and removing portions… CONTINUE READING

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