Advanced data driven visualisation for geo-spatial data

Anthony Jones*, Dan Cornford

*Corresponding author for this work

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Abstract

Most current 3D landscape visualisation systems either use bespoke hardware solutions, or offer a limited amount of interaction and detail when used in realtime mode. We are developing a modular, data driven 3D visualisation system that can be readily customised to specific requirements. By utilising the latest software engineering methods and bringing a dynamic data driven approach to geo-spatial data visualisation we will deliver an unparalleled level of customisation in near-photo realistic, realtime 3D landscape visualisation. In this paper we show the system framework and describe how this employs data driven techniques. In particular we discuss how data driven approaches are applied to the spatiotemporal management aspect of the application framework, and describe the advantages these convey. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationComputational science – ICCS 2006
Subtitle of host publication6th International Conference, Reading, UK, May 28-31, 2006. Proceedings, Part III
EditorsVassil N. Alexandrov, Geert Dick van Albada, et al
Place of PublicationBerlin (DE)
PublisherSpringer
Pages586-592
Number of pages7
ISBN (Print)3-540-343830, 978-3-540-34383-7
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Aug 2006
Event6th International Conference on Computational Science - Reading, United Kingdom
Duration: 28 May 200631 May 2006

Publication series

NameLecture Notes in Computer Science
PublisherSpringer
Volume3993
ISSN (Print)0302-9743
ISSN (Electronic)1611-3349

Conference

Conference6th International Conference on Computational Science
Abbreviated titleICCS 2006
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityReading
Period28/05/0631/05/06

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Data visualization
Berlin
Spatial Data
Data-driven
Software
Visualization
Real-time
3D Visualization
Data Visualization
Customization
Software engineering
Software Engineering
Hardware
Spatial Navigation
Requirements
Interaction
Framework

Keywords

  • 3D landscape visualisation systems
  • dynamic data
  • geo-spatial data visualisation
  • customisation
  • spatiotemporal management

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Jones, A., & Cornford, D. (2006). Advanced data driven visualisation for geo-spatial data. In V. N. Alexandrov, G. Dick van Albada, & et al (Eds.), Computational science – ICCS 2006: 6th International Conference, Reading, UK, May 28-31, 2006. Proceedings, Part III (pp. 586-592). (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 3993). Berlin (DE): Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/11758532_77
Jones, Anthony ; Cornford, Dan. / Advanced data driven visualisation for geo-spatial data. Computational science – ICCS 2006: 6th International Conference, Reading, UK, May 28-31, 2006. Proceedings, Part III. editor / Vassil N. Alexandrov ; Geert Dick van Albada ; et al. Berlin (DE) : Springer, 2006. pp. 586-592 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science).
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Jones, A & Cornford, D 2006, Advanced data driven visualisation for geo-spatial data. in VN Alexandrov, G Dick van Albada & et al (eds), Computational science – ICCS 2006: 6th International Conference, Reading, UK, May 28-31, 2006. Proceedings, Part III. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 3993, Springer, Berlin (DE), pp. 586-592, 6th International Conference on Computational Science, Reading, United Kingdom, 28/05/06. https://doi.org/10.1007/11758532_77

Advanced data driven visualisation for geo-spatial data. / Jones, Anthony; Cornford, Dan.

Computational science – ICCS 2006: 6th International Conference, Reading, UK, May 28-31, 2006. Proceedings, Part III. ed. / Vassil N. Alexandrov; Geert Dick van Albada; et al. Berlin (DE) : Springer, 2006. p. 586-592 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science; Vol. 3993).

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Jones A, Cornford D. Advanced data driven visualisation for geo-spatial data. In Alexandrov VN, Dick van Albada G, et al, editors, Computational science – ICCS 2006: 6th International Conference, Reading, UK, May 28-31, 2006. Proceedings, Part III. Berlin (DE): Springer. 2006. p. 586-592. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science). https://doi.org/10.1007/11758532_77