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SuperVise: Using grid tools to simplify visualization

Osborne, James; Wright, Helen

Authors

James Osborne

Helen Wright H.Wright@hull.ac.uk



Contributors

R. Wyrzykowski
Editor

J. Dongarra
Editor

M. Paprzycki
Editor

J. Wasniewski
Editor

Abstract

The visualization process is complicated enough for visualization experts but more so for domain specialists. Problems include managing the transfer of large datasets and choosing appropriate techniques. When we consider performing these tasks in a modern visualization laboratory setting, with multiple software packages producing output on a range of devices, the problems become even more intractable. The practicalities of developing such complicated visualizations necessitate the presence of a visualization engineer, or visioneer, to drive the hardware and software based on requirements elicited from the domain specialist. Using SuperVise the visioneer avoids repeating the implementation of given visualization techniques. SuperVise decouples the visualization processing from the display of results, allowing domain specialists to make greater use of available software and hardware, using different packages and on different devices, with a minimum of specialist knowledge.

Start Date Sep 11, 2005
Publication Date 2004
Journal PARALLEL PROCESSING AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
Electronic ISSN 1611-3349
Publisher Springer (part of Springer Nature)
Volume 3019
Pages 856-863
Series Title Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Series Number 3019
Book Title Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics; Lecture Notes in Computer Science
ISBN 9783540219460; 9783540246695
APA6 Citation Osborne, J., & Wright, H. (2004). SuperVise: Using grid tools to simplify visualization. In R. Wyrzykowski, J. Dongarra, M. Paprzycki, & J. Wasniewski (Eds.), Parallel Processing and Applied Mathematics; Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 856-863. doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24669-5_111
DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-24669-5_111
Keywords Domain specialist; Grid node; Visualization system; Haptic interaction; Core Technique
Publisher URL https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F978-3-540-24669-5_111
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