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Information visualisation in numerical analysis

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3 Author(s)
Stuart, E.J. ; Plymouth Univ., UK ; Bustard, D.W. ; Weston, J.S.

Within Numerical Analysis, the requirement for visualisation of numerical data continues to grow as computational capabilities increase. Due to the vast amounts of data now produced, traditional mathematical methods of analysing data are cumbersome and time consuming. This research aims to capitalise on advances in information visualisation technology to support numerical data investigation. This paper presents details of a prototype software tool developed to address information visualisation requirements of numerical analysts. Experience of using the tool and an overview of results is reported. Conclusions are drawn and possible future use of the tool discussed

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Parallel and Distributed Processing, 2001. Proceedings. Ninth Euromicro Workshop on

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