Visual : a visualization system for accessing and analyzing multi-sensor data
Lerner, Steven A.
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KeywordMulti-sensor data analysis and visualization; Real-time survey modeling; Sonar visualization; Remote sensing
Visual is a visualization system used to access and analyze high-volume multi-sensor data collected from remotely operated underwater vehicles. Since 1991, scientists have used Visual for scientific visualization and analysis of underwater surveys ranging from real-time survey monitoring, to geological mapping and interpretation of hydrothermal vent sites, to a forensic study of a shipwreck. This report describes Visual's capabilities and gives examples of typical applications for Visual including sonar visualization, real-time monitoring, and multi-sensor data access and analysis. This report also includes a User's Manual and Reference Guide for the Visual system.
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