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1 February 1998 Case study: visualizing various properties of dynamical systems
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There is a wide range of visualization techniques for dynamical systems. These methods are used to visualize certain properties as, e.g., stability of fixed points, characteristic changes of velocity, and bifurcations. This paper gives a short introduction to dynamical system and describes several visualization techniques. Some of those are applied to three different dynamical system. The application of different visualization methods to dynamical systems shows how scientific visualization can be used for analyzing the behavior of dynamical systems, and how visualization can make analysis of a dynamical system fast and efficient.
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Georg Fischel, Helmut Doleisch, Lukas Mroz, Helwig Loeffelmann, and Eduard Groeller "Case study: visualizing various properties of dynamical systems", Proc. SPIE 3346, Sixth International Workshop on Digital Image Processing and Computer Graphics: Applications in Humanities and Natural Sciences, (1 February 1998);


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