Data shader language and interface specification
The process of visualizing a scientific data set benefits from an extensive knowledge of the domain in which the data set is created. Because an in-depth knowledge of all scientific domains is not available to the creator of a visualization system, a exible and extensible system is essential in providing a productive tool to the scientist. One approach to providing this exibility is through a shading language that enables users to write programmable data shaders that determine how scientific...[Show more]
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