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This paper discusses the use of general-purpose graphics workstations for interactive high-resolution volume visualization. We survey previous research results in parallel volume rendering as well as commercial products that take advantage of parallel processing to make volume rendering a practical visualization method. Our focus is on developing distributed computation methods that can distribute the memory and computational demands of volume visualization across a network of general purposedoi:10.1016/0097-8493(93)90049-f fatcat:bk55u46jzrenjh7tfps5otlcqa