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Computation and Visualisation in the NumLab Numerical Laboratory
Mathematics and Visualization
A large range of software environments addresses numerical simulation, interactive visualisation and computational steering. Most such environments are designed to cover a limited application domain, such as Finite Elements, Finite Differences, or image processing. Their software structure rarely provides a simple and extendible mathematical model for the underlying mathematics. Assembling numerical simulations from computational and visualisation blocks, as well as building such blocks is adoi:10.1007/978-3-662-05105-4_17 fatcat:uv5f6e6qzzcydesjazpkenh6lq