Frontiers of scientific visualization / edited by Clifford A. Pickover and Stuart K. Tewksbury. - New York : Wiley, c1994. - vi, 284 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.

"A Wiley-Interscience publication."
Online version:
Frontiers of scientific visualization.
New York : Wiley, c1994
(OCoLC)623294589

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / Clifford A. Pickover --
1. Scientific Visualization of Fluid Flow / Hassan Aref, Richard D. Charles and T. Todd Elvins --
2. Visualization of Scroll Waves / Mario Markus and Manfred Krafczyk --
3. Visualization of Chemical Gradients / Theo Plesser, Wolfgang Kramarczyk and Stefan C. Muller --
4. Visualization of Biological Information Encoded in DNA / Eugene Hamori --
5. Visualizing Droplet Coalescence Phenomena / Paul Meakin, Clifford A. Pickover and Fereydoon Family --
6. Computer Simulation of Plant Growth / Philippe de Reffye --
7. Scientific Display: A Means of Reconciling Artists and Scientists / Jean-Francois Colonna --
8. Architecture and Applications of the Pixel Machine / Michael Potmesil and Eric M. Hoffert --
9. Brave New Virtual Worlds / David M. Weimer. Table of contents

Summary:
Fluid flows, fractals, plant growth, genetic sequencing, the configuration of distant galaxies, virtual reality, artistic inspiration ... these are a few of the many unseen phenomena, processes, events, and concepts that can be made visible through the power of modern computers - including personal computers.



0471309729 (paper : acidfree paper) 9780471309727

93011136


Computer graphics.
Visualization.

T385 / .F75 1994

006.6 / FRO 1994

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