A Lipschitz Method for Accelerated Volume Rendering

Proc. 1994 Symposium on Volume Visualization

Interpolating discrete volume data into a continuous form adapts implicit surface techniques for rendering volumetric iso-surfaces. One such algorithm uses the Lipschitz condition to create an octree representation that accelerates volume rendering. Furthermore, only one preprocessing step is needed to create the Lipschitz-octree representation that accelerates rendering of iso-surfaces for any threshold value.

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