CSCI2370(Formerly CS237 )
Interdisciplinary Scientific Visualization
|Offered This Year?||No|
|When Offered?||Every Other Year|
The solution of scientific problems using computer graphics and visualization. Working in small multidisciplinary groups, students identify scientific problems, propose solutions involving computational modeling and visualization, design and implement the solutions, apply them to the problems and evaluate their success. Examples include: interactive software systems, immersive Cave applications, new applications of existing visualization methods. Prerequisites: all: programming experience; CS students: graphics experience; others: problem ideas. Interested students should contact the instructor.