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There are many situations where one needs to compare two or more data sets. It may be to compare different models, different resolutions, differences in algorithms, different experimental results, etc. There is therefore a need for comparative visualization tools to help analyze the differences. This paper focuses on comparative visualization tools for analyzing flow or vector data sets. The techniques presented allow one to compare individual streamlines and stream ribbons as well as a dense field of streamlines. These comparison methods can also be used to study differences in vortex cores that are represented as polylines.
Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on (Volume:10 , Issue: 6 )
Date of Publication: Nov.-Dec. 2004