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The Safari interface for visualizing time-dependent volume data using iso-surfaces and contour spectra

Lutz Kettner, Jarek Rossignac, Jack Snoeyink
2003 Computational geometry  
We describe a geometric basis for the visualization of time-varying volume data of one or several variables as they occur in scientific and engineering applications.  ...  We demonstrate a prototype interface for gridded data, extending the contour spectrum interface of Bajaj, Pascucci and Schikore to higher dimensions and to topological properties that are not decomposable  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Valerio Pascucci for introducing us to his excellent work on the contour spectrum interface [2] after we had made ours. We do not know how we had missed it.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0925-7721(02)00132-3 fatcat:jbrf54jztnhxhipxybkusi3wdm

A Tri-Space Visualization Interface for Analyzing Time-Varying Multivariate Volume Data [article]

Hiroshi Akiba, Kwan-Liu Ma
2007 EUROVIS 2005: Eurographics / IEEE VGTC Symposium on Visualization  
The three components are tightly linked to facilitate tri-space data exploration, which offers scientists new power to study their time-varying, multivariate volume data.  ...  The first component displays time histograms of the data, helps the user identify timesteps of interest, and also helps specify time-varying features.  ...  We would also like to thank the reviewers and the members of VIDI for their constructive comments and suggestions.  ... 
doi:10.2312/vissym/eurovis07/115-122 fatcat:hfgzbtuvwveoloogr3ax37v2xu

On the relations among temporal integration for loudness, loudness discrimination, and the form of the loudness function

So/ren Buus, Mary Florentine, Torben Poulsen
1996 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Source levels were approximately I dB higher at SAE sites than at ISO sites. Two-microphone methods were then used to estimate the acoustic impedance of both the ISO and SAE surfaces.  ...  It was found that differences in propagation transfer functions for the ISO and SAE surfaces were on the order of only 0.3 clB.  ...  The international activities in ISO/TC 43 Acoustics, and IEC/TC 29 Electroacoustics, will also be discussed. The chairs of the respective U.S. Technical Advisory Groups for ISO/TC 43 (ED.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.415616 fatcat:o3peikxywvgrtccqqlvwx55j3y

Low‐frequency pressure wave propagation in liquid‐filled, flexible tubes

Cato Bjelland, Leif Bjo/rno/
1992 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
the time-dependent, one-dimensional signal.  ...  coupling between surface and volume modes.  ...  Noise predictions are made using directional wave spectra obtained from the SWADE surface buoys moored off the coast of Virginia and the SAFARI sound propagation code, with a bottom model derived using  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.403122 fatcat:x23kvbg555hpnktivjgqhvxspq

Green's-function reaction dynamics: A particle-based approach for simulating biochemical networks in time and space

Jeroen S. van Zon, Pieter Rein ten Wolde
2005 Journal of Chemical Physics  
The Imagine approach was used to calculate noise contours, and noise spectra at the eleven positions.  ...  We measured and compared vocal tract impedance spectra with the corresponding clarinet impedance spectra for the fingering used at that pitch.  ...  The advantage is that the technique works with sources of any shape and with any time dependence.  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.2137716 pmid:16392952 fatcat:tyehqewfnzahfju3rxvivugvaa

Nonnative listeners prefer perceptual cues they know from their L1: Dutch listeners use vowel duration less than English listeners for English final /v/‐/f/

Mirjam Broersma
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The Imagine approach was used to calculate noise contours, and noise spectra at the eleven positions.  ...  We measured and compared vocal tract impedance spectra with the corresponding clarinet impedance spectra for the fingering used at that pitch.  ...  The advantage is that the technique works with sources of any shape and with any time dependence.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2933287 fatcat:gqdetkftz5cmrghkql35figuw4

A binaural advantage in the subjective modulation transfer function with simple impulse responses

Eric R. Thompson, Torsten Dau
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The Imagine approach was used to calculate noise contours, and noise spectra at the eleven positions.  ...  The 6000 m3 can be used as the upper limit for room volume when a thrust stage is used.  ...  streaming of digitized RF data via a high speed USB interface to the PC.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2933699 fatcat:4nc5pg4ysbhgrjcatwhr7fh77q

On determination of microphone response and other parameters by a hybrid experimental and numerical method

Salvador Barrera‐Figueroa, Finn Jacobsen, Knud Rasmussen
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The Imagine approach was used to calculate noise contours, and noise spectra at the eleven positions.  ...  The 6000 m3 can be used as the upper limit for room volume when a thrust stage is used.  ...  streaming of digitized RF data via a high speed USB interface to the PC.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2933455 fatcat:gl6kkwih6rbkriigc7g6ghdlnq

The importance of bass clarity in pop and rock venues

Niels W. Adelman‐Larsen, Eric R. Thompson
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The Imagine approach was used to calculate noise contours, and noise spectra at the eleven positions.  ...  The 6000 m3 can be used as the upper limit for room volume when a thrust stage is used.  ...  streaming of digitized RF data via a high speed USB interface to the PC.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2932922 fatcat:fvtlbt6x5vgelp5p67x53qtvgi

Relationship between room shape and acoustics of rectangular concert halls

Andrzej K. Klosak, Anders C. Gade
2008 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The Imagine approach was used to calculate noise contours, and noise spectra at the eleven positions.  ...  The 6000 m3 can be used as the upper limit for room volume when a thrust stage is used.  ...  streaming of digitized RF data via a high speed USB interface to the PC.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2933354 fatcat:eymbpllxwjcfdbkedeijrtwbwq

High‐intensity, focused ultrasonic fields

Leif Bjørnoø
1988 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
The intensity technique was initially developed for sound power measurements but it can be used as a general tool for sound field investigations.  ...  The tutorial will briefly handle the precision of the measurements. A great deal of time will be devoted to examples of applications on radiation from simple and complex sources and their nearfields.  ...  The least frequently occurring F0 contours in both group and individual data were falling-rising contours.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.2025494 fatcat:yhmkhlqhivbwnp2lxraret33iq

From Data to Software to Science with the Rubin Observatory LSST [article]

Katelyn Breivik, Andrew J. Connolly, K. E. Saavik Ford, Mario Jurić, Rachel Mandelbaum, Adam A. Miller, Dara Norman, Knut Olsen, William O'Mullane, Adrian Price-Whelan, Timothy Sacco, J. L. Sokoloski (+88 others)
2022 arXiv   pre-print
Much of this research will depend on the existence of robust, tested, and scalable algorithms, software, and services.  ...  functions, (iv) frameworks for scalable time-series analyses, (v) services for image access and reprocessing at scale, (vi) object image access (cutouts) and analysis at scale, and (vii) scalable job  ...  The exception to this may be with the processing of the large number of light curves for this sample.  ... 
arXiv:2208.02781v1 fatcat:nt2uwu72mnextiixwhdrkft2zi

Temporal integration of loudness as a function of level

Mary Florentine, So/ren Buus, Torben Poulsen
1995 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
These data are being used for an assessment of the utility of Arctic acoustic measurements for global warming signature detection and monitoring.  ...  Statistical methods for determining whether a significant long term trend is present in a given set of time series data of acoustic propagation times have been developed and, for illustration, applied  ...  This ratio is only 20 (between 0.5 and 10 cm 2) for the "compact" versus "diffuse" axis (from/a/to/i/).  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.411567 fatcat:h52442zdrnc6zmr4ephlixbspu

Application of the PE method to up‐slope sound propagation

Marta Galindo, Karsten Bo Rasmussen
1995 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
These data are being used for an assessment of the utility of Arctic acoustic measurements for global warming signature detection and monitoring.  ...  Statistical methods for determining whether a significant long term trend is present in a given set of time series data of acoustic propagation times have been developed and, for illustration, applied  ...  This ratio is only 20 (between 0.5 and 10 cm 2) for the "compact" versus "diffuse" axis (from/a/to/i/).  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.411728 fatcat:bvxtg4xt7zcljo4rpxldvug444

Temporal integration of loudness as a function of level

Mary Florentine, So/ren Buus, Torben Poulsen
1996 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
These data are being used for an assessment of the utility of Arctic acoustic measurements for global warming signature detection and monitoring.  ...  Statistical methods for determining whether a significant long term trend is present in a given set of time series data of acoustic propagation times have been developed and, for illustration, applied  ...  This ratio is only 20 (between 0.5 and 10 cm 2) for the "compact" versus "diffuse" axis (from/a/to/i/).  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.415236 pmid:8819858 fatcat:tsiit3akb5e4tkzxdzrilpsfzy
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