IEEE Visualization 1999 - October 24-29, 1999, San Francisco Airport Hyatt

 

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IEEE Visualization '99 Program:
Late Breaking Hot Topics

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Late Breaking "Hot Topics'' (LBHT) pertain to all areas of Visualization as either Papers or Case Studies. These submissions must be original and may show work in progress.  Accepted papers will be distributed at the conference in a printed form as well as on the conference CD-ROM. Video may be included in the conference videotape.

Abstracts of LBHT papers and case studies can be found in the searchable database of Vis '99 abstracts now available on our European site.

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Session I - Volume Visualization

Wednesday, 1:45pm-3:45pm

VOXBLT: An Efficient and High Quality Splat Primitive
Jian Huang, Department of Computer Sciences, Ohio State University
Klaus Müller, Department of Computer Sciences, Ohio State University
Naeem Shareef, Department of Computer Sciences, Ohio State University
Roger Crawfis, Department of Computer Sciences, Ohio State University
IBR-Assisted Volume Rendering
Klaus Müller, Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University
Naeem Shareef, Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University
Jian Huang, Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University
Roger Crawfis, Department of Computer and Information Science, Ohio State University
RACE II: A State-Of-The-Art Volume Graphics and Volume Visualization Accelerator For PCs
Harvey Ray, Rutgers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NJ
Deborah Silver, Rutgers Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, NJ
Implementation of Algorithmically Optimized Volume Rendering on FPGA-Hardware
B. Vettermann, Lehrstuhl für Informatik V, Universität Mannheim
J. Hesser, Lehrstuhl für Informatik V, Universität Mannheim
R. Mäner, Lehrstuhl für Informatik V, Universität Mannheim
H. Simmler, Lehrstuhl für Informatik V, Universität Mannheim
A. Kugel, Lehrstuhl für Informatik V, Universität Mannheim
Real-time Simulation of Physically Realistic Global Deformation
Yan Zhuan, Computer Science Department, University of California Berkeley
John Canny, Computer Science Department, University of California Berkeley
CellFast: Interactive Unstructured Volume Rendering
Craig Wittenbrink, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories, Palo Alto

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Session II - Flow, Vector, and String Visualization

Wednesday, 4:00pm-05:30pm

Topology Based Vector Field Comparisons Using Graph Methods
Rajesh K. Batra, Department of Aeronautics/Astronautics, Stanford University
Kerstin Kling, Department of Mechanical Enginering, University of Hannover
Lambertus Hesselink, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
Visualization in string theory
Stanislav Klimenko, Center of Computing for Physics and Technology, Protvino, Russia
Igor Nikitin, National Research Center for Information Technology, St.Augustin, Germany
Valery Burkin, National Research Center for Information Technology, St.Augustin, Germany
Hans Hagen, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Visualizing Complicated Dynamics
D. Bürkle, University of Freiburg
M. Dellnitz, University of Paderborn
O. Junge, University of Paderborn
M. Rumpf, University of Bonn
M. Spielberg, University of Bonn
Visualization of the Currents on the Printed circuit Boards
Hiroyuki Takahashi, Graduate School of Engineering, Hosei University
Seiji Hayano, Graduate School of Engineering, Hosei University
Yoshifuru Saito, Graduate School of Engineering, Hosei University
A Texture Mapping Approach for the Visualization of Special Relativity
Daniel Weiskopf, Theoretical Astrophysics, University of Tübingen
Ranking Strategies in Wavelet Representation of Vector Fields
Bala Krishna Nakshatrala, NSF Eng. Res. Center for Computational Field Simulation, Mississippi State University
Raghu Machiraju, Department of Computer Science and NSF Eng. Res. Center for Computational Field Simulation, Mississippi State University
David Thompson, NSF Eng. Res. Center for Computational Field Simulation, Mississippi State University
Michael Cox, NAS, NASA

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Session III - Data Capture, Modification, Mining, and Transmission

Thursday, 8:30am-10:00am

Multiple Omni-Directional Vision Sensors (ODVS) based Visual Modeling Approach
Kim C. Ng, Department of Electrical and Engineering, University of California, San Diego
Hiroshi Ishiguro, Department of Social Informatics, Kyoto University
Mohan M. Trivedi, Department of Electrical and Engineering, University of California, San Diego
Measurement of Perceived Objects
Wes Bethel, University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Procedural Generation of Triangulation-Based Visualizations
Gunther H. Weber, CIPIC, Department of Computer Science, University of California Davis, and University of Kaiserslautern
Bjoern Heckel, CIPIC, Department of Computer Science, University of California Davis
Bernd Hamann, CIPIC, Department of Computer Science, University of California Davis
Kenneth I. Joy, CIPIC, Department of Computer Science, University of California Davis
Surface Reconstruction from Unorganized Points Using Self-Organizing Neural Networks
Yizhou Yu, Computer Science Division, University of California at Berkeley
ActiveNews: Automatic creation of dynamic news articles
Phillip Tiongson, Advanced Internet Technology Group, IBM
Louis Weitzman, Advanced Internet Technology Group, IBM
Lawrence Wang, MIT
The Wavelet Stream - Progressive Transmission of Compressed Light Field Data
Ingmar Peter, WSI/GRIS University of Tübingen
Wolfgang Straßer, WSI/GRIS University of Tübingen

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Session IV - Visualization Systems and Virtual Reality

Friday, 8:30am-10:00am

A Function-Based Data Model for Visualization
Lloyd A. Treinish, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Accelerating the AVS/Express multi-block visualization macros
Jean M. Favre, Swiss Center for Scientific Computing
Virtual Pottery Making
Varol Kaptan, Department of Computer Engineering, Middle East Technical University
Veysi Isler, Department of Computer Engineering, Middle East Technical University
Visualization of Bayesian Belief Networks
Juan-Diego Zapata-Rivera, Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan
Eric Neufeld, Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan
Jim E. Greer, Department of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan
The AVS Virtual Reality Viewer
Eddy Kuo, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Marco Lanzagorta, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Rob Rosenberg, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Simon Julier, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Josh Summers, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Christopher Scannell, Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, DC
Putting You In The Picture: Enhancing Visualization With A Virtual Environment
D.R.S. Boyd, CLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
J.R. Gallop, CLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
J.P.R.B. Walton, The Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd, United Kingdom

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