VIERforES Subproject 9.2 (BMBF)

VIERforES (Virtual and Augmented Reality for highest safety and reliability) is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. The goal of the project is increasing the safety and reliability of complex technical systems by crosslinking methods and technologies with application areas for better virtual engineering and software engineering according to future requirements.

Details of the Subproject 9.2

Leader Prof. Dr.-Ing. Holger Theisel
Duration 07/2008 – 12/2010
Partners Otto-von-Guericke-University Magdeburg,
Fraunhofer IFF Magdeburg,
Fraunhofer IESE Kaiserslautern,
Technical University Kaiserslautern
Editor Dipl.-Inform. Mathias Otto,
Dipl.-Ing. Tobias Germer

The subproject is a technology driven part of the VIERforES project. The topic of the subproject is “Weak topological skeletons for flow visualization”. Flow data appears in different applications, e.g. automotive-, medical-, material handling- and power engineering. For the increasing amount of data visualization techniques are required that compress the information. Topological skeletons are one possibility to achieve this. Topological skeletons partition areas of equal asymptotic flow behavior.

Almost all datasets to be examined are affected by uncertainties such as measurement error and noise. Many visualizations techniques have been extended to attend uncertainties, however such extensions are still unknown for topological methods. The goal of this subproject is to integrate information about the uncertainty in topological skeletons. We will call such visualization: soft topological skeleton.

Recent news:

Research Seminar Announcement

In the course of the Visual Computing research seminar Prof. Dr. Peter Eisert from the Visual Computing group at HU Berlin will give a talk with subsequent discussion about the topic Image-based Analysis and Synthesis of Static and Deformable Objects.

We would like to invite everyone interested to join us. The research seminar will take place in on Friday 27.11.2015, 13:00 c.t. in G29-R335.

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