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Adaptable splatting for irregular volume rendering
Wang, WC; Wu, EH

By employment of a footprint table in conducting intensity integration, splatting method has been very successful in rendering regular data volumes. Recently, the method has also been extended to render il regular data volumes. However, since samples in irregular volumes vary gleatly in size and shape, the footprint table is unable to be employed in an efficient manner. This hinders the application of splatting approach from being used in the irregular volume case. In this paper, an adaptable splatting method is proposed, which provides an efficient way to integrate color intensity in terms of footprint table Soi the samples in various sizes. Experiments show that the new method may be used to produce better images without extra expense.

KeywordSplatting Irregular Data Volume Rendering Scientific Visualization
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WOS Research AreaComputer Science
WOS SubjectComputer Science, Software Engineering
WOS IDWOS:000084908500002
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Document TypeJournal article
CollectionFaculty of Science and Technology
AffiliationUniv Macao, Fac Sci & Technol, Macau, Macao
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Wang, WC,Wu, EH. Adaptable splatting for irregular volume rendering[J]. COMPUTER GRAPHICS FORUM,1999,18(4):213-222.
APA Wang, WC,&Wu, EH.(1999).Adaptable splatting for irregular volume rendering.COMPUTER GRAPHICS FORUM,18(4),213-222.
MLA Wang, WC,et al."Adaptable splatting for irregular volume rendering".COMPUTER GRAPHICS FORUM 18.4(1999):213-222.
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