Posters
 

Poster Session
Thursday

Posters viewable Wednesday through noon Friday.
Posters Preview session Thursday, 5:45 PM.
Poster Interactive session Thursday, 8-10 PM.


V1: How ReV4D Helps Biologists to Study the Effects of Anticancerous Drugs on Living Cells
Eric Bittar, Aassif Benassarou, Laurent Lucas, Emmanuel Elias, Pavel Tchelidze, Dominique Ploton And Marie-Franšoise O'Donohue (University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne)

V2: Free Form Deformation for Biomedical Applications
Shane Blackett, David Bullivant and Peter Hunter (The University of Auckland)

V3: Interactive Visualization of Time-Resolved Contrast-Enhanced Magnetic Resonance Angiography (CE-MRA)
Ethan Brodsky and Walter Block (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

V4: Rapid 3D Insect Model Reconstruction from Minimal 2D Image Set
Gregory Buron and Geoffrey Matthews (Western Washington University)

V5: GLOD: A Geometric Level of Detail System at the OpenGL API Level
Jonathan Cohen, David Luebke, Nathaniel Duca and Brenden Schubert (John Hopkins University)

V6: The Canopy Database Project: Component-Driven Database Design and Visualization for Ecologists
Judy Bayard Cushing, Nalini Nadkarni, Mike Ficker and Youngmi Kim (The Evergreen State College)

V7: Multi Level Control of Cognitive Characters in Virtual Environments
Peter Dannenmann, Henning Barthel and Hans Hagen (German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence)

V8: Subjective Usefulness of CAVE and Fish Tank VR Display Systems for a Scientific Visualization Application
Cagatay Demiralp, David H. Laidlaw, Cullen Jackson, Daniel Keefe and Song Zhang (Brown University)

V9: Visual Exploration of Measured Data in Automotive Engineering
Andreas Disch, Michael Munchhofen, Dirk Zeckzer and Ralf Klein (ProCAEss GmbH)

V10: The Challenge of Missing and Uncertain Data
Cyntrica Eaton and Catherine Plaisant, Terence Drizd (University of Maryland, College Park)

V11: Geo Pixel Bar Charts
Ming C. Hao, Daniel A. Keim, Umeshwar Dayal, Joern Schneidewind, Peter Wright (HP Research Labs)

V12: KMVQL: a Graphical User Interface for Boolean Query Specification and Query Result Visualization
Jiwen Huo and William B. Cowan (University of Waterloo)

V13: Using CavePainting to Create Scientific Visualizations
David B. Karelitz, Daniel F. Keefe and David H. Laidlaw (Brown University)

V14: HistoScale: An Efficient Approach for Computing Pseudo-Cartograms
Daniel A. Keim, Christian Panse, Matthias Schafer, Mike Sips (University of Konstanz, Germany) and Stephen C. North (AT&T Shannon Laboratory)

V15: A Volume Rendering Extension for the OpenSG Scene Graph API
Thomas Klein, Manfred Weiler and Thomas Ertl (University of Stuttgart)

V16: The Open Volume Library for Processing Volumetric Data
Sarang Lakare and Arie Kaufman (State University of New York at Stony Brook)

V17: [WITHDRAWN]

V18: Segmentation of Vector Field Using Green Function and Normalized Cut
Hongyu Li, Wenbin Chen and I-fan Shen (Fudan University, Shanghai, China)

V19: Iterative Watersheds and Fuzzy Tumor Visualization
Matei Mancas and Bernard Gosselin (Faculte Polytechnique de Mons)

V20: Collaborative Volume Visualization Using VTK
Anastasia Valerievna Mironova (University of Alaska Achorage)

V21: Streaming Media Within the Collaborative Scientific Visualization Environment Framework
Brian James Mullen (University of Alaska, Achorage)

V22: Prefetching in Visual Simulation
Chu-Ming Ng, Cam-Thach Nguyen, Dinh-Nguyen Tran, Shin-We Yeow and Tiow-Seng Tan (National University of Singapore)

V23: Visualizing the Elementary Cellular Automata Rule Space
Rodrigo A. Obando (Fairfeld University)

V24: A Parallel Coordinates Interface for Exploratory Volume Visualization
Simeon Potts, Melanie Tory and Torsten M÷ller (Simon Fraser University)

V25: Visualizing the Interaction Between Two Proteins
Nicolas Ray, Xavier Cavin and Bernard Maigret (Isa, France)

V26: Photorealistic Image Based Objects from Uncalibrated Images
Miguel Sainz, Renato Pajarola and Antonio Susin (University of California, Irvine)

V27: DStrips: Dynamic Triangle Strips for Real-Time Mesh Simplification and Rendering
Michael Shafae and Renato Pajarola (University of California, Irvine)

V28: Visualization of Geo-Physical Mass Flow Simulations
Navneeth Subramanian, T Kesavadas and Adani Patra (State University of New York at Buffalo)

V29: Line Rendering Primitive
Keen-Hon Wong, Xin Ouyang and Tiow-Seng Tan (National University of Singapore)

V30: gViz - Visualization Middleware for e-Science
Jason Wood and Ken Brodlie (University of Leeds)

V31: Visual Exploration of Association Rules
Li Yang (Western Michigan University)

V32: 3D Visualization of Ecological Networks on the WWW
Ilmi Yoon, Rich Williams, Eli Levine, Sanghyuk Yoon, Jennifer Dunne and Neo Martinez (San Francisco University)

 
 
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