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Weiskopf's Papers

  • D. Weiskopf, Visualization of Four-Dimensional Spacetimes, Disseration, University of Tübingen, 2001.
  • D. Kobras, D. Weiskopf, and H. Ruder, Image-Based Rendering and General Relativity, WSCG Conference Proceedings, V. Skala (ed.), University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, February 2001, 130-137.
  • D. Weiskopf, D. Kobras, and H. Ruder, Real-World Relativity: Image-Based Special Relativistic Visualization, IEEE Visualization 2000 Proceedings, T. Ertl, B. Hamann, A. Varshney (eds.), ACM Press, October 2000, 303-310.
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  • D. Weiskopf, Four-Dimensional Non-Linear Ray Tracing as a Visualization Tool for Gravitational Physics, IEEE Visualization 2000 Proceedings, T. Ertl, B. Hamann, A. Varshney (eds.), ACM Press, October 2000, 445-448.
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  • D. Weiskopf, U. Kraus, and H. Ruder, Illumination and Acceleration in the Visualization of Special Relativity: A Comment on Fast Rendering of Relativistic Objects, Journal of Visualisation and Computer Animation, Vol. 11, No. 3, July 2000, 185-195.
  • D. Weiskopf, Fast Visualization of Special Relativistic Effects on Geometry and Illumination, Data Visualization 2000 (Proceedings of the EG/IEEE TCVG Symposium on Visualization), W. de Leeuw, R. van Liere (eds.), Springer 2000, Wien, 219-228.
  • D. Weiskopf, M. Ansorg, Visualization of the General Relativistic Rigidly Rotating Disk of Dust, Annalen der Physik, 9 (2000) Spec. Issue, 179-185.
  • D. Weiskopf, D. Kobras, H. Ruder, An Image-Based Approach to Special Relativistic Rendering, SFB 382 - Report 145, University of Tübingen, March 2000
  • D. Weiskopf, An Immersive Virtual Environment for Special Relativity, WSCG Conference Proceedings, V. Skala (ed.), University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, February 2000, 337-344.
  • D. Weiskopf, U. Kraus, and H. Ruder, Searchlight and Doppler Effects in the Visualization of Special Relativity: A Corrected Derivation of the Transformation of Radiance, ACM Transactions of Graphics, Vol. 18, No. 3, July 1999, 278-292.
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  • D. Weiskopf, A Texture Mapping Approach for the Visualization of Special Relativity, IEEE Visualization '99 Late Breaking Hot Topics Proceedings, A. Varshney, C.M. Wittenbrink, H. Hagen (eds.), ACM Press, October 1999, 41-44.
  • D. Weiskopf, An Immersive Virtual Environment for Special Relativity, SFB 382 - Report 108, University of Tübingen, January 1999.
  • R. Rau,  D. Weiskopf, and H. Ruder, Special Relativity in Virtual Reality, Mathematical Visualization, H.-C. Hege, K. Polthier (eds.), Springer 1998, 269-279.