By Daniel Weiskopf
This e-book provides effective visualization ideas, a prerequisite for the interactive exploration of advanced info units. excessive functionality is validated as a strategy of devising algorithms for the quick photographs processing devices (GPUs) of recent portraits undefined. assurance comprises parallelization on cluster desktops with numerous GPUs, adaptive rendering tools, and non-photorealistic rendering concepts for visualization.
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