Topics in Visualization
Introduction to relevant topics and concepts in visualization, including computer graphics, visual data representation, physical and human vision models, numerical representation of knowledge and concept, animation techniques, pattern analysis, and computational methods. Tools and techniques for practical visualization. Elements of related fields including computer graphics, human perception, computer vision, imaging science, multimedia, human‐computer interaction, computational science, and information theory. Covers examples from a variety of scientific, medical, interactive multimedia, and artistic applications. Hands‐on exercises and projects.
None presently available.
This course fulfills one Artificial Intelligence Core Area (Depth) requirement.
Basic programming skills, knowledge of fundamental data structures and algorithms
|Fall 2012||LEC||Visualization||Staff||3||0/ 0|
|Fall 2011||LEC||Visualization||Dr. Yun (Raymond) Fu||3||24/26|
|Fall 2010||LEC||Visualization||Dr. Yun (Raymond) Fu||3||0/10|
|Fall 2010||LEC||Visualization||Dr. Yun (Raymond) Fu||3||10/30|