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11 September 1989 The Visualization Management System Approach To Visualization In Scientific Computing
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We introduce the visualization management system (ViMS), a new approach to the development of software for visualization in scientific computing (ViSC). The conceptual foundation for a ViMS is an abstract visualization model which specifies a class of geometric objects, the graphic representations of the objects and the operations on both. A ViMS provides a modular implementation of its visualization model. We describe ViMS requirements and a model-independent ViMS architecture. We briefly describe the vector bundle visualization model and the visualization taxonomy it generates. We conclude by summarizing the benefits of the ViMS approach.
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D. M. Butler and M. H. Pendley "The Visualization Management System Approach To Visualization In Scientific Computing", Proc. SPIE 1083, Three-Dimensional Visualization and Display Technologies, (11 September 1989); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.952896
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