The developments of new algorithms in applied mathematics, of new concepts in computer sciences, and of new hardware in computer technology have led to an immense output of data streams describing the solutions of important physical or technological problems. In order to understand and to explore the results of calculations, new visualization methods have been developed. These novel methods are indispensable for mathematicians and engineers working with problems such as flow theory or elasticity. These proceedings contain selected contributions from the DFG-workshop on visualization, held at the University of Paderborn, January 18--20, 1994, and will be of interest to researchers in the above mentioned fields.
Preface 3D Particle Tracing for Real Time Visualization R. Bruckschen and C. Meiselbach Visualization Methods for High-Resolution, Transient, 3D, Finite Element Simulations M.A. Christon Visualization of Numerical Fluid Flow with AVS E. Hesselschwerdt, C.D. Munz, B. Allers-Brameshuber and K. SchÃ¤fer CFD and ITS Visualization in the Building Engineering Field H. Kataoka Technologies for Visualization in Computational Aerosciences K.D. Miceli Graphics in the Computer Algebra System MuPAD G. Oevel and Th. Schulze On-Line Visualization in Parallel Computations M. Pester Visualization Concepts for Adaptive Time-Dependent Flow M. Rumpf and M. Wierse An Integrated Visualization System with Support of Parallel Computers H.-U. Schlageter Interactive Mesh and Data-Visualization on Tetrahedral Meshes R. Vilsmeier and D. HÃ¤nel The Performance of a Distributed Visualization System A. Wierse, R. Lang, U. Lang, H. Nebel and D. Rantzau Visualization of Time-Dependent Three-Dimensional Transitional and Turbulent Flow Fields T. Wintergerste, D. Wilhelm and L. Kleiser List of Participants