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Debugging of Dependability Models Using Interactive Visualization of Counterexamples

Husain Aljazzar, Stefan Leue
2008 2008 Fifth International Conference on Quantitative Evaluation of Systems  
We present an approach to support the debugging of stochastic system models using interactive visualization.  ...  The visualization is interactive and allows the user to focus on the most meaningful aspects of a counterexample.  ...  CONCLUSION We presented an approach to the debugging of system dependability models given as DTMCs and CTMCs using an interactive visualization of counterexamples to probabilistic reachability properties  ... 
doi:10.1109/qest.2008.40 dblp:conf/qest/AljazzarL08 fatcat:cqdxgxlcejcnrexcgpbniuqnxa

View dependencies in the visual recognition of social interactions

Stephan de la Rosa, Sarah Mieskes, Heinrich H. Bülthoff, Cristóbal Curio
2013 Frontiers in Psychology  
This finding demonstrates view-dependent effects of visual recognition, which are in line with the idea of a view-dependent representation of social interactions.  ...  Despite the visual complexity of social interactions, humans have often little difficulties to visually recognize social interactions.  ...  One could therefore, argue that the view-dependent recognition of social interactions is simply due to the view-dependent visual recognition of the individual actions.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00752 pmid:24155731 pmcid:PMC3800843 fatcat:mzldmi3pcfamperwftwzgjyetq

SimVis: Interactive visual analysis of large and time-dependent 3D simulation data

Helmut Doleisch
2007 2007 Winter Simulation Conference  
SimVis is a novel technology for the interactive visual analysis of large and complex flow data which results from Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulation.  ...  The new technology which has been researched and developed over the last years at the VRVis Research Center in Vienna, introduces a new approach for interactive graphical exploration and analysis of time-dependent  ...  Parts of the presented  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2007.4419665 dblp:conf/wsc/Doleisch07 fatcat:nhbnmcgcojf2tgsuiujmakwgka

Interactions of chromaticity and luminance in edge identification depend on chromaticity

VIVIANNE C. SMITH, JOEL POKORNY
2004 Visual Neuroscience  
The goal of this work was to study interactions of chromaticity and luminance in edge identification.  ...  There was an interaction of luminance edges with s-chromaticities. Dim "blues" and bright "yellows" showed linear summation. Bright "blues" and dim "yellows" showed opponency.  ...  We thank Linda Glennie for assistance in programming, Hannah Smithson for suggesting the spatial forced-choice task, Barry Lee for helpful discussion, and our observers IY and LJ for their many hours of  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0952523804213220 pmid:15518217 fatcat:cfiywy7yozglhikfr5ur7lg4zu

Severity dependent distribution of impairments in PSP and CBS: Interactive visualizations

Claire Brittain, Andrew McCarthy, Michael C. Irizarry, Dana McDermott, Kevin Biglan, Günter U. Höglinger, Stefan Lorenzl, Teodoro del Ser, Adam L. Boxer
2018 Parkinsonism & Related Disorders  
[14, 15] Interactive and exploratory data visualization was performed using the Shiny package within R 3.3.0 [16] .  ...  ., when the 25% threshold is breeched for each domain), whereas the interactive visualization shows probability of being within 1 of the 3 categories of impairment [0-25%=no/mild (i.e. prior where start  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.parkreldis.2018.08.025 pmid:30201421 pmcid:PMC6399076 fatcat:7tmyj4okyzbtlpu4ddasjhy4ma

Event Line View: Interactive Visual Analysis of Irregular Time-Dependent Data [chapter]

Krešimir Matković, Alan Lež, Denis Gračanin, Andreas Ammer, Werner Purgathofer
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present a novel approach to visualize irregularly occurring events. We introduce the event line view designed specifically for such events data (a subset of time dependent data).  ...  The event line view is integrated in a coordinated multiple views (CMV) system and linked with other conventional views to support interactive visual analysis.  ...  Part of this work was done in the scope of the VSOE VCV program at the VRVis Research Center in Vienna (http://www.VRVis.at) and at the Center for HCI at Virginia Tech (http://www.hci.vt.edu).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13544-6_20 fatcat:eevbg3y24zd77d6rkrs57okgmq

A213 Reynolds Number Dependency of 3-D Bubble-Bubble Interaction

Jianwu QU, Yuichi MURAI, Fujio YAMAMOTO
2003 Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan  
The present report mentions the dependency of the interaction pattern on Reynolds number of rising bubble from 5 to 75.  ...  Bubble-Bubble interaction in a free-rising bubbly flow is measured with three-dimensional Particle Tracking Velocimetry (3-D PTV).  ...  For example, bubbles play a major role in the interaction of the oceans with the atmosphere. Therefore, it gives rise to deep interests of researchers in various fields.  ... 
doi:10.3154/jvs.23.supplement1_247 fatcat:csjp2nwhqjec3eedjlflpium7q

Propagation of BOLD activity reveals task-dependent directed interactions across human visual cortex [article]

Nicolas Gravel, Remco J Renken, Ben M Harvey, Gustavo Deco, Frans W Cornelissen, Matthieu Gilson
2017 bioRxiv   pre-print
Our results reveal different EC interactions and changes in cortical excitability in RS and VFM, and point to a reconfiguration of feedforward and feedback interactions across the visual system.  ...  We conclude that the propagation of BOLD activity has functional relevance, as it reveals directed interactions and changes in cortical excitability in a state-dependent manner.  ...  We relate these di↵erences in the estimated EC to a task-dependent reconfiguration of feedfoward and feedback interactions throughout the visual system, and changes in ⌃ to a task-dependent neuronal modulation  ... 
doi:10.1101/172452 fatcat:e7iaqecw3zfr7cbit6gob6bsyq

Visualizing the Evolution and Interaction of Vortices and Shear Layers in Time-Dependent 3D Flow

T Schafhitzel, K Baysal, M Vaaraniemi, U Rist, D Weiskopf
2011 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
We have implemented these new techniques in an interactive visualization system for time-dependent 3D flow. The system is used by fluidmechanics experts in their research of shear-vortex interaction.  ...  and shear layers as well as their interaction; (4) the relevance of shear layers in vortex dynamics is demonstrated by means of several examples.  ...  This is followed by the time-dependent visualization of shear layers and vortices taking into account the interactions known from vortex dynamics.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2010.65 pmid:20479496 fatcat:ics3gtb65zc6lawevxjom2tx5y

Phase-Dependent Interactions in Visual Cortex to Combinations of First- and Second-Order Stimuli

Claire V. Hutchinson, Timothy Ledgeway, Curtis L. Baker
2016 Journal of Neuroscience  
The degree of this phase preference, and the contributions of suppressive and/or facilitatory interactions, varied considerably from one neuron to another.  ...  Here, we examined responses of visual cortex neurons to the spatial relationship between superimposed periodic luminance modulation (LM) and contrast modulation (CM) stimuli, the contrasts of which were  ...  Goodness-of-fit and summation ratios for phase-dependent interactions.  ... 
doi:10.1523/jneurosci.1350-16.2016 pmid:27927953 fatcat:2tiszazpinf6zpw467gcl6j2gq

Propagation of BOLD Activity Reveals Task-dependent Directed Interactions Across Human Visual Cortex

Nicolás Gravel, Remco J Renken, Ben M Harvey, Gustavo Deco, Frans W Cornelissen, Matthieu Gilson
2020 Cerebral Cortex  
Our results reveal different EC interactions and changes in cortical excitability in RS and VFM, and point to a reconfiguration of feedforward and feedback interactions across the visual system.  ...  We conclude that the propagation of BOLD activity has functional relevance, as it reveals directed interactions and changes in cortical excitability in a task-dependent manner.  ...  We relate these differences in the estimated EC to a task-dependent reconfiguration of feedforward and feedback interactions throughout the visual system and changes in Σ to a task-dependent neuronal modulation  ... 
doi:10.1093/cercor/bhaa165 pmid:32577717 fatcat:5wrrst56vfgofddvjt7qsvhvbe

Interactive Position-dependent Customization of Transfer Function Classification Parameters in Volume Rendering [article]

Tobias Brix, Aaron Scherzinger, Andreas Völker, Klaus Hinrichs
2015 Eurographics Workshop on Visual Computing for Biomedicine  
In this paper we propose a novel approach for an interactive position-dependent customization of arbitrary parameters of the transfer function classification.  ...  In this case it might be desirable to customize one or more parameters of the visualization depending on the position within the volume.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the research group of Friedemann Kiefer at the Max-Planck-Institut in Münster for providing us the biological data sets and Christoph Schülke at the Department of  ... 
doi:10.2312/vcbm.20151211 dblp:conf/vcbm/BrixSVH15 fatcat:hoercxnxwzarbh24x7sdtodxee

Temperature Dependence of Device Interactions in Submicron Si CMOS
C204 サブミクロンSi CMOSにおけるデバイス間相互作用の温度依存性

Tomoyuki HATAKEYAMA, Kazuyoshi FUSHINOBU, Ken OKAZAKI
2005 Transactions of Visualization Society of Japan  
Numerical results show that the reason of the interaction between two MOSFET in CMOS is the forward bias at the pn junction with the substrate and that the timing of interaction becomes earlier and the  ...  Furthermore , we investigate that the timing of interaction becomes later and the drain current decreases as the temperature of CMOS increases.  ...  参 考 文 献 Figure 4 4 Figure 4 Drain and Source Current of p-type MOSFET , S.E. , Chau, R.S., Ghani, T., Mistry, K, Tyagi, S. and Bohr, M.T.: In Search of "Forever," Continued Transistor Scaling One New  ... 
doi:10.3154/jvs.25.supplement2_317 fatcat:z4boolpwcvggdjulwkbnpenayi

Plasma membrane localization and function of TRPC1 is dependent on its interaction with [beta]-tubulin in retinal epithelium cells

SUNITHA BOLLIMUNTHA, ERIC CORNATZER, BRIJ B SINGH
2005 Visual Neuroscience  
These results suggest that TRPC1 channel protein is expressed in retinal cells, further, targeting/retention of the TRPC1 protein to the plasma membrane in retinal cells is mediated via its interaction  ...  Disruption of tubulin by colchicine significantly decreased both plasma membrane staining of the TRPC1 protein and Ca 2+ influx in ARPE cells.  ...  In our multiple screening, only the N-terminus of TRPC1 showed significant interaction with β-tubulin protein and was identified as a possible interacting partner for NTRPC1 ( Fig. 2A shows the Y2H interactions  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0952523805222058 pmid:15935109 pmcid:PMC3619404 fatcat:rbgdwnzizzbofkxkk7n7d6jn3u

Time-dependent visual adaptation for fast realistic image display

Sumanta N. Pattanaik, Jack Tumblin, Hector Yee, Donald P. Greenberg
2000 Proceedings of the 27th annual conference on Computer graphics and interactive techniques - SIGGRAPH '00  
Large, abrupt changes in scene intensities can cause dramatic compression of visual responses, followed by a gradual recovery of normal vision.  ...  This paper offers a new operator to include these appearance changes in animations or interactive real-time simulations, and to match a user's visual responses to those the user would experience in a real-world  ...  This work was supported by the NSF Science and Technology Center for Computer Graphics and Scientific Visualization (ASC-8920219) and by the MRA parallel global illumination project ASC-9523483, and performed  ... 
doi:10.1145/344779.344810 dblp:conf/siggraph/PattanaikTYG00 fatcat:k2fkylefmrdwlg6j3giqyptj5e
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