CMSC 23710

Scientific Visualization (CMSC 33710)

Prerequisites: CMSC 15400 and basic linear algebra, or consent of instructor.

Catalog Description: Scientific visualization combines computer graphics, numerical methods, and mathematical models of the physical world to create a visual framework for understanding and solving scientific problems. The mathematical and algorithmic foundations of scientific visualization (for scalar, vector, and tensor fields) will be explained in the context of real-world data from scientific and biomedical domains. The course is also intended for students outside computer science who are experienced with programming and scientific computing on scientific data. Programming projects will be in C.

Instructors: G. Kindlmann
Quarter offered: Winter of alternate years.
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