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Visualization of Internal Electric Field on Plasma
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Visualization of Internal Electric Field on Plasma
Shin, Han Sol; Yu, Tae Jun; Lee, Kun;
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It costs high in both memory usage and time consuming to sample the space to compute charge density and calculate electric field on that with large size of plasma data. In real-time and interactive application, accelerating the compute time is critical problem. In this paper, we suggest new method to visualize electric field by using convolution theorem, and the parallel computing to accelerate computing time by using GPGPU. We conduct a simulation that compare running time between the methods with convolution and without convolution. We discussed the method of visualization of multivariate data in three dimensional space using colored volume rendering and surface construction.
Plasma Visualization;Electric Field;Convolution;
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