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Title: Multi-Dimensional Data Set Visualization in Portable Computing Environments
Authors: Romeo, Michael John
Advisors: Christopher G. Healey, Committee Chair
Peng Ning, Committee Member
Alan L. Tharp, Committee Member
Keywords: Visualization
Issue Date: 16-Dec-2003
Degree: MS
Discipline: Computer Science
Abstract: This thesis studies the issues involved with a graphical presentation of large, multi-dimensional data sets. In particular, it will explore the display of such data sets on low cost, limited capacity portable computing environments (e.g. personal digital assistants, cellular phones, portable gaming devices). After a background discussion of the issues involved with scientific visualization and large multi-dimensional data sets, a presentation of several portable computing environments will be discussed along with graphics implementation packages for those environments. This will be followed by a description and presentation of a working implementation, for Pocket PC handheld devices, along with a discussion of some extensions and further areas of study.
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