The State of the Art in Flow Visualization: Dense and Texture-Based Techniques

@article{Laramee2004TheSO,
  title={The State of the Art in Flow Visualization: Dense and Texture-Based Techniques},
  author={Robert S. Laramee and Helwig Hauser and Helmut Doleisch and Benjamin Vrolijk and Frits H. Post and Daniel Weiskopf},
  journal={Comput. Graph. Forum},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={203-222}
}
Flow visualization has been a very attractive component of scientific visualization research for a long time. Usually very large multivariate datasets require processing. These datasets often consist of a large number of sample locations and several time steps. The steadily increasing performance of computers has recently become a driving factor for a reemergence in flow visualization research, especially in texture-based techniques. In this paper, dense, texture-based flow visualization… CONTINUE READING
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