Zone des développeurs Intel® :
Courseware - Visualization

  • Basic viewing and interrogation functions for visualization
  • Visualization of vector fields, tensors, and flow data
  • Visualization of scalar field or height field: isosurface by the marching cube method
  • Direct volume data rendering: ray-casting, transfer functions, segmentation, hardware
  • Information visualization: projection and parallel-coordinates methods
  • Case Study in Parallel Computation and Graphics Visualization: Parallel Mandelbrot
  • Material Type:

    Coding example, Demo / Simulation

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    Technical Format:

    .docx, .tar, zip archive

    Location:

    Go to materials

    Date Added:

    12/16/2010

    Date Modified:

    12/16/2010

    Author

    Robert Chesebrough, Intel
    David Frogley, Brigham Young University
    Description:

    Target Audience: Undergraduate with college math background (sophomore/junior)

    Description: Small project that visualizes the computation of the 2D Mandelbrot set. Uses OpenCV for visualization. Includes three versions for both Windows and Linux: serial, OpenMP, and CILK.

    Recommended Audience:

    Undergraduate students

    Language:

    English

    Keywords:

    mandelbrot, mandelbrot set, omp, openmp, parallel, parallel computing, graphics, visualization, graphics visualization, opencv, cilk
  • Case Study in Parallel Computation and Graphics Visualization: Parallel N-Body
  • Material Type:

    Coding example, Demo / Simulation

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    Technical Format:

    .docx, .tar, zip archive

    Location:

    Go to materials

    Date Added:

    12/16/2010

    Date Modified:

    12/16/2010

    Author

    Robert Chesebrough, Intel
    David Frogley, Brigham Young University
    Michael Jones, Brigham Young University
    Description:

    Target Audience: Undergraduate with 3D math and physics background (senior)

    Description: Medium-sized project that simulates the n-body problem (multiple non-colliding celestial objects influencing each other through gravity). Uses OpenGL and FreeGlut for visualization. Includes three versions for both Windows and Linux: serial, OpenMP, and CILK.

    Recommended Audience:

    Undergraduate students

    Language:

    English

    Keywords:

    opengl, openmp, omp, cilk, nbody, parallel, parallel computing, graphics, visualization, graphics visualization, cilk, tbb, threading building blocks, critical section, mutex, mutual exclusion