|Title||Computing Center-Lines: An Application of Vector Field Topology|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2007|
|Journal||Topological Methods in Visualization 2007|
Flow visualization has been a very active subfield of scientific visualization in recent years. From the resulting large variety of methods this paper discusses structure-based techniques. The aim of these approaches is to partition the flow in areas of common behavior. Based on this partitioning, subsequent visualization techniques can be applied. A classification is suggested and advantages/disadvantages of the different techniques are discussed as well.
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Thomas Wischgoll: Computing Center-Lines: An Application of Vector Field Topology, Topological Methods in Visualization 2007, Leipzig, Germany, March 2007, pp. 167-178.
Book: Topological Methods in Visualization 2007