IEEE Visualization '97


Come and be a part of the Late Breaking Hot Topics Sessions during the Visualization '97 Conference. Presentations of late breaking results, works in progress, innovative ideas, and applications of visualization will be given. These shorter talks allow for lively interaction. The sessions will be held Wednesday and Thursday from 4:00 - 5:30 P.M., and Friday from 8:30 - 10:00 A.M.

Wednesday, 4:00 - 5:30 P.M.

Session I: Volume Visualization

1. Reducing Artifacts in Volume Rendering by Higher Order Integration
Martijn W. de Boer, Alexander Gršpl, Jźrgen Hesser, Reinhart MŠnne
2. Feature Preserving Volume Reconstruction
Ranjit Desai, Jai Menon, Baining Guo, Jay Buckey, and John Pearce
3. Interactive Segmentation and Visualization of Volume Data Sets
Gerald Kuehne, Christoph Poliwoda, Christof Reinhart, Thomas Guenther, Juergen Hesser, Reinhard Maenner
4. Sieve: A Java-Based Collaborative Visualization Environment
Philip L. Isenhour, James Begole, Winfield S. Heagy, and Clifford A. Shaffer
5. Using 3-Dimensional Seed Filling in View Space to Accelerate Volume Rendering
Jarkko T Oikarinen
6. Accelerating Volume Visualization by Exploiting Temporal Coherence
Ilmi Yoon, Joe Demeres, Taeyong Kim, Ulrich Neumann

Thursday, 4:00 - 5:30 P.M.

Session II: Geometry for Visualization

1. Fast Isocontouring for Structured and Unstructured Meshes in Any Dimension
Chandrajit L. Bajaj, Valerio Pascucci, and Daniel R. Schikore
2. Parameter Controlled Skeletons for 3D Visualization
Nikhil Gagvani and Deborah Silver
3. Physically Based Modeling and Visualiziation via Conformal Maps about Polynomial Curves
Zafer Kadi and Alyn P. Rockwood
4. On-line Conservative $\epsilon$-Visibility Culling for Client/Server Walkthroughs
Daniel Cohen-Or and Eyal Zadicario
5. Adaptive Triangulation of Objects Reconstructed from Multiple Range Images
Peter J. Neugebauer and Konrad Klein
6. Realtime Visualization of Large Images over a Thinwire
Chee K. Yap, E. C. Chang, T. J. Yen

Friday, 8:30 - 10:00 A.M.

Session III: Information Visualization

1. Information Pyramids (TM): A New Approach to Visualising Large Hierarchies
Keith Andrews, Josef Wolte, and Michael Pichler
2. Online Information Visualization of Very Large Data
Robert F. Cohen and Mao L. Huang
3. Automatic Shape Interpolation for Glyph-based Information Visualization
David S. Ebert, James M. Kukla, Christopher D. Shaw, Amen Zwa, Ian Soboroff, and D. Aaron Roberts
4. Visualization of Cyclic Multivariate Data
Benjamin N. Lipchak
5. Visualization of a Network Traffic Monitoring System
Donald E Swing
6. A Spatial Browsing Approach to Multimedia Information Retrieval: The TV Browsing Space
Lira Nikolovska and Jacquelyn A. Martino