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With supercomputers and sensors producing ever-increasing amounts of data, scientific visualization is accepted throughout much of science and engineering as the fundamental tool for data analysis. This text presents coverage of the prevailing trends, issues and practice of scientific visualization for engineering practitioners and visualization researchers. It demonstrates new techniques, examines diverse application areas and discusses current limitations and upcoming requirements with chapters covering volume graphics, modelling and visualization of large data sets and interface technology.
Academic Press Inc
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