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Multi-functional visualization system for structure analysis

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3 Author(s)
Tao, H. ; Ind. Res. Centre of Hiroshima Prefecture, Kure, Japan ; Tadamura, K. ; Nakamae, E.

For displaying structure analysis data on demand, we propose a multi-functional visualization system with a sophisticated graphical user interface (GUI) that reflects the observer's intention interactively and is adapted to further extension. In this system, the analysis results can be expressed in various ways by interactive operations: corresponding to the user's tentative demands, multiple physical quantities are displayed on the same screen simultaneously; for transient phenomena, animation is available; and distributed vectors and multi-layer scalar data can be observed in stereo vision. By employing the proposed system structure, analysts can easily and intuitively grasp inter-object and intra-object relationships, complicated deformations and changes of physical quantities through time in the objects

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Computer Graphics and Applications, 1997. Proceedings., The Fifth Pacific Conference on

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13-16 Oct 1997