Bibliography on animation of spatial data, BP Buttenfield, CR Weber, M MacLennan

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Content: Bibliography on Animation of Spatial Data A Guide to Literature, Video and Movie Media Barbara P. Buttenfield, Christopher R. Weber, Mark MacLennan, and John D. Elliott National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis Department of Geography, State University at Buffalo Buffalo, N.Y. 14261 Technical Paper 91-22 August 1991
PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This bibliography has been generated as part of the research efforts of NCGIA Research Initiative #7, Visualization of the Quality of Spatial Information, and Research Initiative #10, Spatial and Temporal Reasoning, of the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (SES 88-10917); support by NSF is gratefully acknowledged. Incorporated here are citations from journal articles, monographs, books, and technical reports on research in several disciplines, including cartography, computer science, spatial modeling, and the earth sciences. The common thread is the exploration of methods by which to generate animated visual displays of spatial data. Animation is an important method of communicating information that lends itself to cartographic display. Cartographers may be delinquent in utilizing this technique. Meteorologists, medical researchers, and physical scientists, employing mini-, mainframe and super-computers, are creating today's most sophisticated animated maps and continue to develop the most sophisticated systems for display of spatial data. We intend this document to be a tool for the general community, and to provide an overview of research in a topical area that needs to be further explored in its own right. It is clear to us as we complete this literature search that the volume of research that has been reported is being catalogued under categories that are quite diverse. Little if any centralization to the topic we now refer to as Cartographic Animation has penetrated keyword generation to date. We anticipate that this bibliography will reduce the redundancy of research efforts and alert individuals who do not commonly interact within the communality of efforts which strive to promote cartographic animation research. We also intend this bibliography to serve as a starting point for inventory of articles and video materials, rather than a comprehensive inventory. Special thanks are due to Alan MacEachren and David DiBiase of Penn State University for help locating forthcoming literature, and to Hal Moellering (Ohio State University) and Waldo Tobler (Univeristy of California-Santa Barbara) for providing copies of their animated maps. The selection of articles in Section 1.3 on computer graphics, on graphical design, and on perception, cognition and HCI was based upon encountering citations of these articles in literature on computer and film animation.
Section 1. LITERATURE 1.1 General Overview of Animation 1.1.1 Reference Adeli, H. (1985) Animation on Microcomputers. Civil Engineering for Practicing and Design Engineers, 4(12), 1029-1042. Badler, N. (1982) ed. Special Issue on Character Amimation. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. Badler, N. (1983) ed. Motion Representation and Perception. New York: Association for Computing Machinery. Born, R. (1983) ed. Designing for Television: The New Tools. Tequesta, FL: Broadcast Designers' Association. Burtnyk, N. and Wein, M. (1971) Computer Generated Key Frame Animation. Journal of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, 80, 149153. Burtnyk, N. and Wein, M. (1976) Computer Animation In: Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology. New York: Marcel Dekker Inc. Cage, John (1969) Notions. New York: Something Else Press. Campbell, R. (1970) Photographic Theory for the Motion Picture Cameraman. San Diego: A. S. Barnes & Co. Caruso, D. (1985) Real-Time Animation Turns Data into Images. Electronics, 58(33), 20-21. Catmull, E. (1978) The Problems of Computer Assisted Animation. Computer Graphics, 12(3), 495-9. Catmull, E. (1979) New Frontiers in Computer Animation. American Cinematographer, 1000-1053. Chang, C. (1987) Integration of Computer Animation with Other Special Effects Techniques. Computer Graphics, 21(4), 347-8. Collins, J. and Tucker, D. (1984) Laser Graphics and Animation. BYTE, 9(10), 177-84. Crow, F. and C. Csuri (1985) Animation - In the Beginning. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 5(9), 7-18. Csuri, C. (1978) Computer Animation. Computer Graphics, 12, 92-99. David, D. ( 1973) Art in the Future: History / Prophecy of the Collaboration Between Science, Technology, and Art. NewYork: Praeger Publishers. 1
Felding, R. (1965) The Technique of Special Effects Cinematography. New York: Hastings House. Finch, C. (1984) Special Effects. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Glass, B. (1989) Digital Video Interactive. BYTE, 14, 283-289. Glass, B. (1989) Digital Video Interactive. BYTE, 14, 283-289 Halas, J. (1984) Graphics in Motion. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Halas, J. and Manvell, R. (1971) The Technique of Film Animation. (3d ed.) New York: Hastings House. Hanson, D. (1982) The New Alchemists. Boston: Little, Brown & Co. Inc. Hapgood, F .(1989) The Magic Theater. OMNI, 12, 114-118, 146-148. Herr, L. and Kuchiki, Y. (1983) eds. SIGGRAPH '83 Exhibition of Computer Graphics. Tokyo: Hakuhodo, Inc. Hofstadter, D. (1979) Goedel, Escher, Bach. New York: Basic Books. Kerlow, I. (1983) Illusion and Technology. Master's Thesis, Pratt Institute, New York. Kranz, S. (1974) Science and Technology in the Arts. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Krueger, M. W.(1983) Artificial Reality. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc. Leavitt. R. (1976) ed. Artist and Computer. New York: Harmony Books. Lipton, L. (1982) Foundations of the Stereoscopic Cinema. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Madsen, R. (1970) Animated Film. New York: Interland Press. Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Thalmann, D. (1985) An Indexed Bibliography on Computer Animation, IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, 5(7), 76-86. Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Thalmann, D. (1985) Computer Animation. New York: Springer-Verlag. Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Thalmann, D. (1985), Computer Animation, Theory and Practice. New York: Springer-Verlag. Malina, F. J.(1974) ed. Kinetic Art Theory and Practice. New York: Dover. Neal, M. (1988) The Birth of a Hologram. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 8(4), 4-6. 2
Reynolds, C. (1982) Computer Animation with Scripts and Actors. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 289-296. Robinson, P. (1989) Variations on a Screen. BYTE, 14, 251-264. Russett, R, and Starr, C. (1976) Experimental Animation: An Illustrated Anthology. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Speer, R. and Kovacs, W. (1979) An International Guide to Computer Animated Films. Computer Graphics for Designers and Artists New York: Van Nortrand/Reinhold. Thomas,Frank and Ollie Johnson (1981) Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life. New York: Abbeville Press. Von An, P. (1984) Film Design. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Whitney, J. (1980) Digital Harmony: On the Complimentarity of Music and Visual Art, New York: McGraw-Hill. Youngblood, G. (1968) Expanded Cinema. New York: E. P. Dutton Inc. 1.1.2 Mechanics Ackland, B. and Weste, N. (1980) Real Time Animation Playback on a Frame Store Display System. Computer Graphics, 14(3), 182-188. Badler, N., O'Rourke, J. and Kaufman, B. (1980) Special Problems in Human Movement Simulation. Computer Graphics, 14(3), 189-196. Bonifer, M. (1982) The Art of Tron. New York: Simon & Schuster Inc. Chang, C. (1987) Integration of Computer Animation with Other Special Effects Techniques. Computer Graphics, 21(4), 347-8. Chuang, R. and Entis, G. (1983) 3-D Shaded Computer Animation - Step by Step. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 3(9), 18-25. Collins, J. and Tucker, D. (1984) Laser Graphics and Animation. BYTE, 9(10), 177-184. DeFanti, T. and Sandin, D. (1987) The Usable Intersection of PC Graphics and NTSC Video Recording. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(10), 5058. Fox, D. and Waite, M. (1982) Computer Animation with Color Registers. BYTE, 7(11), 194-214. Fox, D. and Waite, M. (1983) Computer Animation Primer. New York: McGrawHill. 3
Gardner, M. (1971) Mathematical Games. Scientific American, 239. Halas, J. ed.(1974) Computer Animation. New York: Hastings House. Levitan, E. (1977) Electronic Imaging Techniques. NewYork: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Thalmann, D. (1986) Special Cinematographic Effects with Virtual Movie Cameras. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 6(4), 43-50. Magnenat-Thalmann, N. and Thalmann, D. (1987) The Direction of Synthetic Actors in the Film Rendez-vous a Montreal . IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(12), 9-18. Oppenheimer, P. (1986) Real Time Design and Animation of Fractal Plants and Trees. SIGGRAPH '86, 20(4), 55-64. Parke, F. (1980) Adaption of Scan and Slit-Scan Techniques to Computer Animation, Computer Graphics, 14(3), 178-181. Platt, S. and Badler, N. (1981) Animating Facial Expressions. Computer Graphics, 15(3), 245-251. 1.2 The Animation of Spatial Data 1.2.1 Cartography, Forestry, Geology, Geomorphology, Planning, Remote Sensing Badiozamani, K., Bott, D. L. (1988) UTRA - An Interative Graphics Underground Mine Planning and Animation System. Mine Planning and Equipment Selection, R. K. Singhal (editor), A a Balkema, Rotterdam, 157-165. Block, W. A., and Fridley, J. L. (1990) Simulations of Forest Harvesting Using Computer Animation. Transactions of the ASAE, 33(3), 967-974. Butcher, P.G., M. Mortimer, B.G. Whatley (1987) A 3-Dimensional Computer Animation of a Potential-Energy Surface. Journal of Chemical Education, 64(6), 495496. Caldwell Lindgren, Patricia (1991) Television News Maps and Desert Storm. ACSM Bulletin, August (133), 30-33. Cornwell, Bruce, Robinson, A.H. (1966) Possibilities for Computer Animated Films in Cartography. Cartographic Journal, 3, 79-82. Davis, B.E. and Williams, R. (1989) The Five Dimensions of GIS, Proceedings, GIS/LIS '89, Orlando, FL, 1, 50-58. 4
Dewdney, A.K. (1986) A Program for Rotating Hypercubes Induces 4-Dimensiona Dementia. Scientific American, 254(4), 14. DiBiase, D. (1991) Visualization in the Earth Sciences. Geotimes, July 1991, 13-15. DiBiase, D. A. M. MacEachren, J. Krygier, C. Reeves, and A. Brenner (1991) Animated Cartographic Visualization in Earth System Science, Proceedings of the International Cartographic Association Conference, Bournemouth,UK, September, (in press). Dunn, R. (1989) A Dynamic Approach to Two-Variable Color Mapping. The American Statistician, 43(4), 245-251. Fequay, J.W., Thormodsgard, J.M. and Kelly, G.G. (1989) Yosemite National Park: a New Perspective. Proceedings ASPRS/ACSM 1989, Baltimore, MD, 2, 8087. Gersmehl, P. J. (1990) Choosing Tools: Nine Metaphors of Four-Dimensional Cartography. Cartographic Perspectives, 5, 3-17. Halfon, E., and Dejong, D. (1989) A Computer-program to Display Animations within the Computer-graphics Halo Environment. Ecological Modeling, 47(1-2), 153160. Hussey, K. J., Hall, J. R. and Mortensen, R. A. (1986) Imge Processing Methods in Two and Three Dimensions Used to Animate Remotely Sensed Data. Proceedings of the International Geophysical and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS'86), Zьrich, European Space Agency Publication SP254, 2, 771-776. Kalasky, R. S. (1989) Computer Animation for Visualizing Terrain Data. IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications, 9(3), 12-13. Kelly, A., Mailin, M. and Neilson, G. (1988) Terrain Simulation Using a Model of Stream Erosion. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 263-268. Kovacic, D. A., C. R. Craig, R. Patterson, W. H. Romme, and D. G. Despain (1990) Fire dynamics in the Yellowstone landscape, 1690 - 1990, Proceedings, Resource Technology'90, November 12-15, Washington, D.C., 1-9. Kubitz, W.J. and W.J. Poppelbaum (1969) The Tricolor Cartograph: A Display System with Automatic Coloring Capabilities, Information Display, 6, 76-79. Levy, Michael A., H.N. Pollack, P.W. Pomeroy (1970) Motion Picture of the Seismicity of the Earth, 1961-1967. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 60(3), 1015-1016. Libicki, C.M., K.W. Bedford (1985) Computer Animation of Storm-Surge Predictions. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE, 2111(2), 284-299. MacEachren, A. M. and Dibiase, D.W. (1991) Animated Maps of Aggregate Data: Conceptual and Practical Problems. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, 18(3), (in press). 5
MacEachren, Alan M. and D.W. Dibiase (1990) Automated Maps of Aggregate Data: Conceptual and Practical Problems. forthcoming in Cartography and GIS. Marshall, Robert, J. Kempf, S. Dyer, C-C Yen (1990) Visualization Methods and Simulation Steering for a 3D Turbulence Model of Lake Erie. Computer Graphics 24(2), 89-96. Moellering, H. (1980a) The Real Time Animation of Three-Dimensional Maps. The American Cartographer, 7(1), 67-85. Moellering, H. (1980b) Strategies of Real-time Cartography. The Cartographic Journal, 17(1), 12-15. Monmonier, M. (1989) Graphics Scripts for the Sequenced Visualization of Geographic Data. Proceedings GIS/LIS '89 November 26-30, 381-389. Monmonier, M. (1990) Strategies for the Visualization of Geographic Time-Series Data. Cartographica, 27(1), 30-45. Muller, J.P., T. Day, J. Kolbusz, M. Dalton, S. Richards and J. Pearson (1988) Visualization of Topographic Data Using Video Animation. Digital Image Processing in Remote Sensing, J.P. Muller ed., Taylor Francis, 21-38. Rheingans, Penny and B. Tebbs (1990) A Tool For Dynamic Explorations of Color Mapping. Computer Graphics, 24(2),145-146. Ryan, P. D. (1987) The Use of Computer Animation Techniques in the Teaching of Stereographic Projection. Journal of Structural Geology, 9(4), 507-509. Taylor, D.R.F. (1984) The Cartographic Potential of Telidon. Cartographica, 19(3,4), 18-30. Thrower, N. J. W. (1961) Animated Cartography in the United States. International Yearbook of Cartography, 1, 20-28. Thrower, Norman J.W. (1959) Animated Cartography. Professional Geographer, 11(6), 9-19. Tobler, W.R. (1970) A Computer Movie Simulating Urban Growth in the Detroit Region. Economic Geography, 46, 235-240. Tufte, E.R. (1990) Envisioning Information. Graphics Press, Cheshire, CT. Tufte, Edward R. (1983) The Visual Display of Quantative Information, Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press. Vasconcelos, M.J., D.P. Guertin and M.J. Zwolinski (1990) FIREMAP: Simulation of Fire Behavior - a GIS Supported System. General Technical Report - US Deaprtment of Agriculture, Forest Service, RM-191, 217-221. Verts, W.T. (1989) IBM PC Animation - Crude but Effective. ASPRS/ACSM Proceedings, Auto-carto 9, Baltimore, MD (ASPRS/ACSM, Falls Church, VA), 858-866. 6
Vetrella, S. and A. Moccia (1988) Computer Simulation of a Spaceborne SAR Impulse Response. SAR simulation models. EARSeL workshop proceedings, Capri, 1988, (EARSel, Boulogne-Billancourt; SP-1.88.47), 38-51. Weber, C. (1991) A Cartographic Animation of Average Yearly Surface Temperatures for the 48 Contiguous United States: 1897-1986. N.C.G.I.A. Technical Paper 91-3, January. Wiggins, L.L. and M.J. Shiffer, (1990) Planning with Hypermedia: Combining Text, Graphics, Sound, and Video. Journal of the American Planning Association, 56(2), 226-235. Willgoose, G., R. L. Bras and I. Rodriguez-Iturbe (1990) A Model of River Basin Evolution. Eos, 71(47), 1806-1807. Zin, D. Z. and C. Fairhurst (1988) Application of Animated Graphics in the Analysis of Large-scale Blocky Rock System Around Excavations. Key Questions in Rock Mechanics: Proceedings of the 29th U.S. Symposium, P. A. Cundall, R. L. Sterling, and A. M. Starfield (editors), A a Balkema, Rotterdam, 755-758. 1.2.2 Meteorology Anonymous (1990) Meteorology: Computers Create Video Hurricanes. USA Today, 118(2541), 2-3. Behling, P.J. (1988) Climatic Evolution - an Animated Approach. Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography, and Hydrology; Fourth International Symposium, February 1-5, Anaheim, California, American Meteorological Society, 41-43. Behling, P.J. (1989) Scientific Visualization of Climatic-change. Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorological Society, Boston, 402-404. Behling, P.J. (1990) Supercomputer-based Visualization Systems Used for Analyzing Output Data of a Numerical Weather Prediction Model. Proceedings, 1990 International Conference on Supercomputing, June 11-15, Amsterdam, 291-295. Chen, P. C. (1990) Application of Scientific Visualization to Meteorological Data-analysis and Animation, Computer Animation '90, N. Magnenatthalmann and D. Thanmann (editors), Springer-Verlag, Tokyo, 31-40. Chesters, D., and A. J. Krueger (1989) A Video Atlas of TOMS Ozone Data, 1978-1988. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 70(12), 1564-1569. Grotjahn, Richard, R.M. Chervin (1984) Animated Graphics in Meteorological Research and Presentations. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 65, 1201-1208. 7
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Barnsley, M., Jacquin, A., Malassenet, F., Reuter, L. and Sloan, A. (1988) Harnessing Chaos for Image Synthesis. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 131-140 Beach, R., Beatty, J., Booth, K., Plebon, D. and Fiume, E. (1982) The Message is the Medium: Multiprocess Structuring of an Interactive Paint Program. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 277-287 Beatty, John C. and Booth Kellog (1982) Tutorial: Computer Graphics. 2d ed. Long Beach, CA: IEEE Computer Society. Booth, Kellogg S. (1979) Tutorial: Computer Graphics, Long Beach, CA: IEEE Computer Society. Cakir, A. D., D.J. Hart, and T.F.M.Stewart (1980) Visual Display Terminal, Wiley & Sons Inc.. Cannon, T. M., and B. R. Hunt (1981) Image Processing by Computer. Scientific American Clark, David R. (1981) ed. Computers for Imagemaking, Oxford: Pergamon Press. Conrac (1980) Raster Graphics Handbook, Covina, CA: Conrac. Crow, F. (1977) Shaded Computer Graphics in the Entertainment Industry. Communications of the ACM, 20(11), 794-805 Csuri, C. (1974) Computer Graphics and Art. Proceedings of the IEEE, 62(4), 558570 Dawson, B. (1987) Introduction to Image Processing Algorithms. BYTE, 12, 169-186 DeFanti, T. and Sandin, D. (1987) The Usable Intersection of PC Graphics and NTSC Video Recording, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(10), 50-8. Deken, Joseph (1983) Computer Images, New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, Publishers. Encarnacao,J. and E. G. Schlechtendahl. (1983) Computer Aided Design, New York: Springer-Verlag. Foley, James D. and Andries Van Dam (1982) Fundamentals of Interactive Computer Graphics, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Inc. Fu, K. S. and T. L. Kunii (1982) eds. Picture Engineering, NewYork: Springer Verlag. Gayeski, Diane and David Williams(1985) Interactive Media, Englewood Cliff, NJ: Printice Hall. Gonzalez, Rafael C. and Paul Wintz (1977) Digital Image Processing, Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Graef, G. (1989) Graphic Formats, BYTE, 14, 305-310. 11
Green, William B.(1983) Digital Image Processing, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Greenberg, Donald, Aaron Marcus, Allan H. Schmidt, and Vernon Corter (1982) The Computer Image: Applications of Computer Graphics, Reading, MA: Addison Wesley Publishing Co. Inc. Hall, R. and Greenberg, D. (1983) A Testbed for Realistic Image Synthesis. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 3(8), 10-19 Harmon, Leon and Kenneth Knowlton (1969) Picture Processing by Computer. Science Harrington, Steven (1983) Computer Graphics: A Programming Approach, New York: McGraw-Hill. Hoffman, K. and Temple, J. (1990) Computer Graphics Applications, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Co. Jankel, Annabel and Rocky Morton (1984) Creative Computer Graphics, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. Jarett, Invin M. (1983) Computer Graphics and Reporting Financial Data, New York: John Wiley & Sons. Joblove, G. H. and D. Greenberg (1978) Color Spaces for Computer Graphics Computer Graphics, 20-25. Kjy, D. and D Greenberg (1979) Transparency for Computer Synthesized Images. Computer Graphics, 158-64. Korites, B. Jr.(1981) Graphic Software for Microcomputers, Duxbury, MA: Kern Publications. Kornfeld, C. (1987) The Image Prism:A Device for Rotating and Mirroring Bitmap Images. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(5), 21-30. Kovalevsky, V. (1989) Finite Topology as Applied to Image Analysis. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing, 46, 141-161. Kurlander, D. (1988) Graphical Search and Replace. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 113120. Kurlow, I. and Rosebush, J. (1986) Computer Graphics for Designers and Artists, New York: Van Norstrand Reinhold Co. Lange, Jerome C. and Dennis P. Shanahan (1984) Interactive Computer Graphics Applied to Mechanical Drafting, New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Levoy, M. (1988) Display of Surfaces from Volume Data. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 8(3), 29-37. Liu, Z. and Xiao, J. (1988) Restoration of Blurred TV Picture Caused by Uniform Linear Motion. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing, 44, 30-34. 12
Machover, C. (1986) PC Graphics: Perspective on a Revolution in Progress. The S. Klien Computer Graphics Review, p. 22-32. Mamrak, S., O'Connel, C. and Parent, R. (1989) The Automatic Generation of Translation Software for Graphic Objects. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 9(6), 34-42. Milne. M. (1969) Computer Graphics in Architecture and Design, New Haven, CT: Yale School of Art and Architecture. Mitchell, D. and Netravali, A. (1988) Reconstruction Filters in Computer Graphics. Computer Graphics, 22(4) 221-227 Moore, M. and Wilhelms, J. (1988) Collision Detection and Response for Computer Animation. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 289-297. Murch, Gerald M. (1985) Colour Graphics -- Blessing or Ballyhoo? Computer Graphics Forum, 4,127-135. Neal, M. (1988) The Birth of a Hologram. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 4-6. Nevatia, R. (1982) Machine Perception, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Newman, William M., and Robert F. Sproull.(1979) Princilpes of Computer Graphics, New York: McGraw-Hill. Nishihara, S. and Ikeda, K. (1982) False Contour Removal by Random Blurring. Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 391-397. Norton, A. (1982) Generation and Display of Geometric Fractals in 3-D. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 61-67. Oppenheimer, P. (1986) Real Time Design and Animation of Fractal Plants and Trees. SIGGRAPH '86, 20(4), 55-64. Pavlidis, T. (1982) Algorithms for Graphics and Image Processing, New York: Springer-Verlag. Pooch, Udo.(1976) Computer Graphics, Interactive Techniques and Image Processing 1970-75: A Bibliography IEEE Computer. Porter, T. and Duff, T. (1984) Compositing Digital Images. Computer Graphics, 18(3), 253-259. Potmesil, M. and Chakravarty, I. (1983) Modeling Motion Blur in Computer Generated Images. Computer Graphics, 17(3),389-398. Pranke, Herbert (1985) Computer Graphics-Computer Art, 2d ed. Berlin: SpringerVerlag. Pratt, William K.(1978) Digital Image Processing, New York: John Wiley & Sons. 13
Reynolds, C. (1987) Flocks, Herds, and Schools: A Distributioned Behavioral Model. Computer Graphics, 21(4), 25-33 Rosenfeld, Azriel, and Avinash C. Kak (1982) Digital Picture Processing, 2d ed., Orlando, FL: Academic Press. Salomon, Gitta (1990) New Uses for Color, The Art of Human Computer Interface Design, Brenda Laurel ed., New York: Addison Wesley Publishing Company Inc., 269-278. Schacter, B. (1981) Computer Image Generation for Flight Simulation. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 1(4), 29-64. Schmandt, C. (1983) Spatial Input/Display Correspondence in a Stereotopic Computer Graphic Work Station. Computer Graphics, 17(3), 253-261 Scott, J. E.(1982) Introduction to Interactive Computer Graphics, New York: Wiley & Sons. Scott, Joan (1984) Computergraphia, HOuston : Gulf Publishing. Sheldon, K. (1987) Probing Space By Camera. BYTE,12, 143-148. Smith, A. (1982) Paint. Technical Memo Number 7, Computer Graphics Lab, NYIT, Oldwestbury, New York. Sutherland, Ivan (1966) Computer Inputs and Outputs. Scientific American. Sutherland, Ivan (1970) Computer Displays. ,Scientific American. Ulaby, F., Kouyate, F., Brisco, B. and Williams, T. (1986) Textual Information in SAR Images. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, GE24(2), 235-245 Van Dam, Andries (1984) Computer Sofware for Graphics. Scientific American. Vannier, M., Marsh, J. and Warren, J. (1983) Three Dimensional Computer Graphics for Craniofacial Surgical Planning and Evaluation. Computer Graphics,17(3), 263273. Warn, David R. (1983) Lighting Controls for Synthetic Images. Computer Graphics, 13-21. Wilhelms, M. (1988) Collision Detection and Response for Computer Animation. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 289-97. Witted, T. (1983) Anti-Aliased Line Drawing Using Brush Extrusion. Computer Graphics,17(3), 151-156. Yan, J. (1985) Advances in Computer-Generated Imagery for Flight Simulators. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 37-50. Yoshinari, Mayumi (1982) Computer Graphics/SIG, Tokyo: Genkoska. 14
1.3.2 Graphic and Cartographic Design \Muller, W. (1984) ed. Dictionary of the Graphic Arts Industry,Amsterdam: Elsevier Scientifc Publishing. Albers, J (1975) Interaction of Color, New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Bertin, Jacques (1983) Semiology of Graphics, Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. Birren, F. (1970) ed. The Elements of Color, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Booth, K., Bryden, M., Cowan, W., Morgan, M. and Plante, B. (1987) On the Parameters of Human Visual Performance:An Investigation of the Benefits of AntiAliasing. IEEE CG&A, 7(9), 34-41 Buttenfield, B.P. and Mackaness, W.A. (1991) Visualisation, Chapter II.a.4 in GIS: Principles and Applications. (Eds. D. MacGuire, M.F. Goodchild, and D. Rhind) London: Longman Publishers Ltd. (forthcoming) Cardamone, T. (1981) Chart and Graph Preparation Skills New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Crow, F. (1978) The use of Gray Scales for improved Raster Display. Computer Graphics, 12(3), 1-5 Dennis, Ervin A. and John D. Jenkins (1983) Comprehensive Graphic Arts, 2d ed. Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merril Company. DiBiase, D. W. (1991) Visualization in the Earth Sciences. Geotimes, July 1991, 13-15. Dreyfuss, H. (1984) Symbol Source Book, New York: Van Mostrand Reinhold. Dubery, Fred and John W. Illatz (1983) Perspective and Other Drawing Systems, London: Herbert Press. Frutiger, Adrian.(1980) Type Sign Symbol, Zurich: ABC Editions. Gerritsen, Fran. (1975) Theory and Practice of Color, NewYork: Van Nostrand Reinhold Gottschall, Edward M. (1981) ed. Graphic Communication, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Heyn, Barbara N., (1981) An Evaluation of Map Color Schemes for Use on CRT's, Master's Thesis, University of South Carolina. Huwich, L. M. (1981) Color Vision, Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Assoc. Imes, Jack. (1984) Special Visual Effects, New York: Van Norstrand Reinhold. 15
Jones, C. (1989) Cartographic name Placement. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 9(5), 36-47 MacEachren A. M. and Ganter, J. (1990) A Pattern Identification Approach to Cartographic Visualization. Cartographica, 27(2), 64-81. MacEachren, A. E., Buttenfield, B. P., Campbell, J. C. and Monmonier, M. S. (1992) Visualisation. In: Abler, R. A., Olson, J. M. and Marcus, N. G. Geography's Inner World. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press (forthcoming). Marx, Ellen. (1983) Optical Color and Simultaniety, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Meyer, G. W. and D. P. Creenberg (1980) Perceptual Color Spaces for Computer Graphics. Computer Graphics, 254-61. Monmonier, M. S. (1982) Computer Assisted Cartography. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Moore, Patricia (1980) ed. Havard Library of Computer GraphicS, Cambridge, MA: Havard University Laboratory for Computer Graphics. Morris, Joseph (1979) Using Color in Industrial Control Graphics Control Engineering . Paller, Alan, K. Szoka, and N. Nelson (1981) Choosing the Right Chart, San Diego: ISSCO. Reichardt, Jasia (1971) The Computer and Art, NewYork: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Spear, Mary EIeanor (1969) Practical Charting Techniques, New York: McGraw- Hill. Truckenbord, J. (1981) Effective Use of Color in Computer Graphics. Computer Graphics ,83-90. Zapf, Herman (1968) Changes in Letter Forms Due to Technical Developments. Journal of Typographic Research, 351-68. 16
1.3.3 Perceptual, Cognitive, and HCI Issues Apodaca, T.(1989) The RenderMan Interface, BYTE, 14, 267-276. Booth, K., Bryden, M., Cowan, W., Morgan, M. and Plante, B. (1987) On the Parameters of Human Visual Performance: An Investigation of the Benefits of Anti-Aliasing. IEEE CG&A, 7(9), 34-41. Calvert, T., Chapman, J. and Patla, A. (1980) The Integration of Subjective and Objective Data in the Animation of Human Movement. Computer Graphics, 14(3), 198203 Carter, James R. (1988) The Map Viewing Environment: A Significant Factor in Cartographic Design. The American Cartographer, 15(4), October, 379-385. DeFanti, T. (1980) Language Control Structures for Easy Electronic Visualization. BYTE, 5(11), 90-106 Gilmartin, Patricia and E. Shelton (1989) Choropleth Maps on High Resolution CRT's: The Effects of Number of Classes and Hue on Communication, Cartographica, 26(2),40-52. Gregory, Richard L.(1978) Eye and Brain, the Psychology of Seeing, 3d ed. New York: McGraw-Hill. Laurel, Brenda, Ed. (1990) The Art of Human Computer Interface Design. New York: Addison Wesley Publishing Company Inc., 269-278. Mills, M.I. (1981) Telidon Behavioural Research 3: a Study of the Human Response to Pictorial Representation on Telidon. as quoted in Taylor, D.R.F. (1982) The Cartographic Potential of Telidon, Cartographica, 19(3,4), 18-30. Montaho, F. S. (1979) Human Vision and Computer Graphics Computer Graphics, 121-25. Myers, B. (1988) A Taxonomy of Window Manager User Interfaces. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 8(5), 65-84 Olsen, D. and Dance, J. (1988) Macros by Example in a Graphical UIMS. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications vol. 8(1), 68-78 Poggio, Tomaso (1984) Vision by Man and Machine Scientific American Rock, Irvin (1984) Perception, New York: W.H. Freeman & Company. Spector, Alhed Z. (1984) Computer Software for Process ControL, Scientific American . Wilhelms, J. (1987) Toward Automatic Control, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(4), 11-21. 17
1.4 Algorithms, Geometrical and Numerical Models for Animation Ahuja, Narendra and Bruce J. Schachter (1983) .Pattern Models New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Aken, J. and Killebrew, C. (1988) Better Bit-Mapped Lines. BYTE, 13, 249-253 Atherton, P., K. Weiler and D. Greenberg (1978) Polygon Shadow Generation. Computer Graphics, 275-81. Barnhill, Robert E. and Richard F. Reisenfeld (1984) Computer Aided Geometric Design, New York: Academic Press. Blinn, J. F. (1982) Light Reflection Functions for Simulation of Clouds and Dusty Surfaces. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 21-29. Blinn, J.F. and Newell, M. (1976) Texture and Reflection in Computer Generated Images. Communications of the ACM, 19(10), 542-547. Blum, R. (1979) Three Dimensional Objects in your Computer. BYTE, 4, 14-25. Burtnyk, N. and Wein, M. (1976) Interactive Skeleton Techniques for Enhancing Motion Dynamics in Key Frame Animation. Communications of the ACM, 19(10), 516-521. Carlson, W. (1982) An Algorithm and Data Structure for 3D Object Synthesis Using Surface Path Intersections. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 255-263. Carlson, W. (1982) An Algorithm and Data Structure for 3D Object Synthesis Using Surface Path Intersections. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 255-263. Carpenter, L., A. Fournier, and D. Fussell. (1981) Fractal Surfaces Communications of the ACM. Catmull, E. (1975) Computer Display of Curved Surfaces. Proceedings IEEE Conference, Computer Graphics, pattern recognition and Data Structures, May, 11. Chasen, Sylvan H.(1978) Geometric Principles and Procedures for Computer Graphic Applications, Englewood CIiffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall. Ching, Francis D. K. (1979) Space, Form, and Order, New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold. Chuang, R. and Entis, G. (1983) 3-D Shaded Computer Animation - Step by Step. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 3(9), 18-25. Cook, R. L. and K. Tonance (1981) A Refectance a Model for Computer Graphics. Computer Graphics, 307-16. 18
Cook, R., Porter, T. and Carpenter, L. (1984) Distributed Ray Tracing. Computer Graphics, 18(3), 137-144. Crow, F. (1977) Shadow Algorihms for Computer Graphics. Computer Graphics, 242-248. Distante, A. and Veneziani, N. (1982) A Two Pass Filling Algorithm for Raster Graphics. Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 288-295. Distante, A. and Veneziani, N. (1982) A Two Pass Filling Algorithm for Raster Graphics. Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 288-295. . Enns, S. (1986) Free-Form Curves on Your Micro. BYTE, 11(13), 255-230. Faux, I. D. and M. J. Pratt (1979) Computational Geometry for Design and Manufacture, New York: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Gasson, Peter C. (1983) Geometry of Spatial Forms, New York: John Wiley & Sons. Gibson, L. and Lucas, D. (1982) Vectorization of Raster Images Using Hierarchical Methods. Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 82-89. Glassner, A. (1988) Spacetime Ray Tracing for Animation. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 8(2), p.60-70. Gouraud, H.(1971) Continuous Shading of Curved Surfaces. IEEE Transactions on Computers, 623-28. Graef, G. (1989) Graphic Formats BYTE, 14, 305-310. Graham, Frank (1948) Mathematics and Calculations for Mechanics, New York: Audel & Co.. Hanrahan, P. (1983) Ray Tracing Algebraic Surfaces. Computer Graphics, 17(3), 8390. Haroney, G. (1986) Graphing Quadratic Surfaces. BYTE, 11(3), 215-224. Haruyama, S. and Barshy, B. (1984) Using Stochastic Modeling for Texture Generation. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 4(3), p.7-19 Holden, Alan (1971) Shapes, Space and Symmetry, New York: Columbia University Press. Hubschman, H. and Zucker, S. (1981) Frame to Frame Coherence and the Hidden Surface Computation: Constraints for a Convex World, Computer Graphics, 15(3), 4554. Kajiya, J. (1983) New Techniques for Ray Tracing Procedurally Defined Objects. Computer Graphics, 17(3), 91-99. Knuth, Donald E. (1977) Algorithms ,Scientific American ,63-80 19
Kornfeld, C. (1987) The Image Prism:A Device for Rotating and Mirroring Bitmap Images. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(5), 21-30. Kovalevsky, V. (1989) Finite Topology as Applied to Image Analysis. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing, 46, 141-161. Kurlander, D. (1988) Graphical Search and Replace. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 113120. Lalvani, Haresh (1977) Transpolyhetra NewYork: Red Ink Productions. Lane, J., Carpenter, L., Whitted, T. and Blinn, J. (1980) Scan Line Methods for Displaying Parametrically Defined Surfaces, Communications of the ACM, 23(1), 23-34. Levoy, M. (1988) Display of Surfaces from Volume Data. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 8(3), 29-37. Li, M., Grosky, W. and Jain, R. (1982) Normalized Quadtrees with Respect to Translations Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 72-81. Mamrak, S., O'Connel, C. and Parent, R. (1989) The Automatic Generation of Translation Software for Graphic Objects. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 9(6), 34-42. Marshall, R., Wilson, R. and Carlson, W. (1980) Procedure Models for Generating ThreeDimensional Terrain, Computer Graphics,vol 14(3), 154-158. Mewell, M. E., R. G. Newell, and T. L. Sancha. (1972) A New Approach to the Shaded Picture Problem. Proceedings ACM National Conference, 443 Moore, M. and Wilhelms, J. (1988) Collision Detection and Response for Computer Animation. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 289-297 Nishihara, S. and Ikeda, K. (1982) False Contour Removal by Random Blurring. Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 391-397. Norton, A. (1982) Generation and Display of Geometric Fractals in 3-D. Computer Graphics, 16(3), 61-67. Parke, F. (1980) Adaption of Scan and Slit-Scan Techniques to Computer Animation. ,vol. 14(3), p. 178-181 Pearce, Peter (1978) Structure in Nature as a Strategy for Design. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Peli, T. and Malah, D. (1982) A Study of Edge Detection Algorithms, Computer Graphics and Image Processing, 20, 1-21. Phong, Bui-Tuong (1975) Illumination for Computer-Generated Pictures. Communications of the ACM, 18, p.311- 317. 20
Potmesil, M. and Chakravarty, I. (1983) Modeling Motion Blur in Computer Generated Images. Computer Graphics, 17(3), 389-398. Reeves, William T. (1983) Particle Systems-A Technique for Modeling a Class of Fuzzy Objects Computer Graphics, 17, p. 359-76. Rogers, David F. (1985) Procedural Elements for Computer Graphics, New York: McGraw Hill. Rogers, David F., and J. Alan Adams (1976) Mathematical Elements for Computer Graphics, New York: McGraw-Hill. Ross, R. (1989) The Map Geometric Transformation. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 9(3), p.70-75. Schillinger, Joseph (1966) The Mathematical Basis for the Arts, New York: Philosophical Library. Smith, A.R. (1979) Tint Fill. Computer Graphics '79, 13(2), p. 276-283. Smith, A.R. (1984) Plants, Fractals, and Formal Language. Computer Graphics,18(3), p. 1-10. Smith, A. R. (1978) Color Gamut Transform Pairs. Computer Graphics, 12 12-19. Sutherland, Ivan, R. F. Sproull, and R. A. Schumacker (1974) A Characterization of Ten Hidden-Surface Algorithms. ACM Computing Surveys, 6, p. l-55. Thompson, D'Arcy (1971) On Growth and Form ,London: Cambridge University Press. Warnock, J.A. (1969) A Hidden-Surface Algorihm for Computer Generated Half Tone Pictures. University of Utah, Computer Science Department. Mimeograph. Watkins, G. S. (1970) A Real-Time Visible Surface Algorithm. University of Utah, Computer Science Department. . Wayner, P. (1988) Modeling Chaos, BYTE, 13, 253-258. Whitted, T (1980) An Improved Illumination Model for Shaded Display, Communication of the ACM, 343- 49 Wilhelms, J. (1987) Toward Automatic Control. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 7(4), 11-21 Wilhelms, M. (1988) Collision Detection and Response for Computer Animation. Computer Graphics, 22(4), 289-97. Witted, T. (1983) Anti-Aliased Line Drawing Using Brush Extrusion. Computer Graphics,17(3), 151-156. 21
Section 2 VIDEO TAPES AND MOVIES Pricing information for each videotape is included where appropriate, excluding postage and handling costs. Anyone interested in obtaining any of these videotapes should contact the appropriate sources to determine availability and current pricing information. Where they are known, citations in teh literature are included that refer to a particular animation. At the end of this section, a list of videotapes and movies is appended for which ordering information, formatting and prices are not known. ________________________________________________________________________
Association for Computing Machinery SIGGRAPH (produced annually) ACM SIGGRAPH Video Reviews
Format: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC), 3/4 U-matic (NTSC) $ 60 each
Source:
SVR Order Department c/o First Priority P.O. Box 576 Itasca, Illinois 60143-0576 USA 800-523-5503 (information and orders) 708-250-0807 (overseas orders)
Contents: Excerpts of newly issued computer animations shown at annual ACM SIGGRAPH conferences (varies with video review issue)
Citation:
SIGGRAPH Video Review Listing, Computer Graphics, (1990), 24:3, 129-135.
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(Author unknown) (1990) Supercomputing Review: Volume 1
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 30 minutes $ 25
Source:
Media Magic P.O. Box 507 Nicasio, California 94946 USA 800-882-8284 (orders) 415-662-2426 (inquiries) 415-662-2225 (Fax orders)
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Baecher, R.M. (1987) The Dynamic Image: Pioneering Computer Graphics at the University of Toronto, 1967-1987, Restrospective
Format: Length: Author: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC or PAL) 53 minutes Ronald M. Baecher, Producer and Director $125 (ISBN 1-55860-030-2) $ 10 Preview Copy (ISBN 1-55860-030-P)
Source:
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers 2929 Campus Drive, Suite 260 San Mateo, California 94403 415-578-9911 (inquiries) 800-745-7323 (orders) 415-578-0672 (Fax orders)
Contents: A historical compilation of work by the students, faculty, staff and alumni of the University of Toronto illustrating the advances in human-computer interface design and the production of realistic computer-generated graphical imagery.
Citations: Danahy, J.W. (1987) Sophisticated image rendering in environmental design review, Conference Proceedings, Human Factors in Computing Systems and Graphics Interface, April 5-9, Toronto, Ontario, 211-218.
Danahy, J. W., and R. Wright (1988) Exploring design through 3-dimensional simulations, Landscape Architecture, 78(5), 64-71.
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Chesters, D. and Krueger, A.J. (1989) Animated Atlas of TOMS Ozone Data, 1978-1988
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 40 minutes $ 20
Source:
National Space Science Data Center
Request Coordination Office
NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center / Code 633.4
Greenbelt, Maryland 20771
301-286-6695
Contents:
This video consists of sequences of time-lapse imagery from the Total Ozone
Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) on NASA's NIMBUS-7 weather satellite. The
video was originally produced as a browsing tool for the TOMS digital database. It
illustates global atmospheric physics and dynamic climatological features.
Citation: Chesters, D., and A.J. Krueger (1989) A video atlas of TOMS ozone data, 1978-88, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 70(12), 1564-1569.
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DiBiase, D., Krygier, J., Reeves, C., MacEachren, A. and Brenner, A. (1991) Elementary Approaches to Cartographic Animation.
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 30 minutes $ 10 or send blank tape
Source:
Department of Geography 302 Walker Bldg. Penn State Univeristy University Park, PA 16802
Contents: "Uses of the Temporal Dimension in Carotgraphic Animation presents a variety of applications of time that can be exploited in geographical analysis and communication. "The Visual and Dynamic Variables of Cartographic Animation" explores elementary design principles devised in the context of static graphics and the impact of adding a temporal dimension to a display.
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(Editor unknown) (1990) Visualization in Scientific Computing
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 60 minutes $ 65
Source:
Media Magic P.O. Box 507 Nicasio, California 94946 USA 800-882-8284 (orders) 415-662-2426 (inquiries) 415-662-2225 (Fax orders)
Contents: Computer Simulation of the Global Climatic Effects of Increased greenhouse gases. W.M. Washington, T.W. Battge, G.A. Mechl, L. VerPlank and J.B. Yest Study of a Numerically Modeled Severe Storm R. Wilhelmson, H. Brooks, B. Jewett, C. Shaw and L. Wicker Modeling the Pacific Ocean Response to Forcing by Wind and Waves M. Johnson, J.J. O'Brien and A. Davies Photometric Classification of Cloud Types on Jupiter. W.R. Thompson
Citation: Visualization in Computational Science: The International Journal of Supercomputer Applications, 4(2), 1990, MIT Press, Cambridge Massachusetts.
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Fisher, P. F. (1991) Modelling soil map-unit inclusions by Monte Carlo simulation.
Format: Cost:
TURBO Pascal executable on IBM 720 MB DOS diskette Contact the author
Source:
Dr. Peter Fisher
Department of Geography
University of Leicester, UK
Contents:
A raster graphics simulation of soil parcel attribution where the likelihood of a pixel
being displayed as a particular type of soil is determined by a combination of its
likelihood of being that type of soil and a random process. Animation techniques
are used to iterate the display in viewing time, according to a Monte Carlo process.
Citation: Fisher, P. F. (1991) Modeling and Visualizing Uncertainty in Geographic Data. In: Beard, M.K., Buttenfield, B.P. and Clapham, S.B. (1991) Scientific Report of the Specialist Meeting on Visualizing the Quality of Spatial Information. NCGIA Technical Report, Santa Barbara California, forthcoming.
Fisher, P. F. (in press) Modelling Soil Map-Unit inclusions by Monte Carlo simulation. International Journal of Geographic Information Systems.
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Hibbard, W and Santek, D (1989) Presidents' Day Storm
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) No charge - send a blank videotape
Source:
Dr. William Hibbard Space Science and Engineering Center University of Wisconsin - Madison Madison, Wisconsin 53706
Citation: Hibbard, W., L. Uccellini, D. Santek, and K. Brill (1989) Application of the 4-D McIDAS to a model diagnostic study of the president's day cyclone, Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 70(11), 1394-1403.
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Higley, D.K. K.I. Takahashi, and R.F. Mast (1990) Interactive Display of Petroleum Exploration Through Time Across the Continental United States.
Format: Length: Cost: Source:
ten 3 1/2 in. diskettes $101.50 North Carolina Geological Survey Field Office OF 90-0676
Contents: A color animation which shows the type of petroleum produced within adjacent 1 sq. mile areas, or cells, for 49 petroleum provinces across the U.S. Maps are displayed in cumulative 5-year increments for each province. The oil, gas, oil and gas, or nonproduction category of each cell is coded by color with sympols.
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Klein, F.W. and Walter, S.R. (1989) Aftershocks of the Loma Prieta Earthquake: Computer Animations
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 22 minutes $ 21 No charge for borrowing (two-week loan)
Source:
U.S. Geological Survey (for purchasing video) Books and Open-File Reports Federal Center, Box 25425 Denver, Colorado 80225 USA
U.S. Geological Survey Library (for borrowing video) Special Collections MS 955 345 Middlefield Road Menlo Park, California 94025 USA 415-329-5009
Contents: The various types and aspects of aftershocks from the October, 1989 Loma Prieta, California earthquake are illustrated using computer animated sequences. The aftershocks are viewed from a variety of three-dimensional perspectives.
Citation:
Aftershocks of the Loma Prieta Earthquake: Computer Animations. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 89-0687.
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Moellering, Harold (1978) A Demonstration of the Real Time Display of Three Dimensional Cartographic Objects distributed by Harold Mollering, Ohio State University.
Format: Length: Cost:
VHS 13 minutes shipping and handling
Source:
Professor Harold Moellering Department of Geography Ohio State University Columbus Ohio 43210
Contents: A demonstration and explanation of the modeling of 3D block diagram of terrain, and of 3D prism map, with narration and music.
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NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory Digital Landscapes... A View from Space
Format: Length: Author: Cost:
1/2 VHS or Beta (NTSC) 24 minutes NASA/JPL $ 19.95
Source:
Video Publishing Group, Inc. 5055 NW 159th Street Miami, Florida 33014 305-621-7283
Contents: Earth the Movie Mars the Movie LA the Movie Miranda the Movie Mars Mission Rover
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NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory Earth the Movie; Mars the Movie; LA the Movie; Miranda the Movie
Format: Length: Author: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 20 minutes NASA/JPL $ 29.95
Source:
The Video Tape Company 10523-45 Burbank Boulevard North Hollywood, California 91601-2280 818-753-3057
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NASA (1990) Northern Great Plains Video
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 6 minutes No charge - provide a blank videotape
Source:
EROS Data Center Sioux Falls, South Dakota 57198 USA 605-594-6028
Contents: This video depicts an animated sequence of greenness change over the 1987 and 1988 growing seasons in the northern Great Plains. Vegetation index images from the NOAA-9 Advanced Very High Resoluiton Radiometer (AVHRR) are used in the animation. A narrator discusses the effects of drought, land cover changes and other phenomena that can be observed.
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NASA / Jet Propulsion Laboratory (1988) L.A. The Movie
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 4 minutes No charge for borrowing (two-week loan)
Source:
U.S. Geological Survey Library Special Collections MS 955 345 Middlefield Road Menlo Park, California 94025 USA 415-329-5009
Contents: An animated three-dimensional fly through of the Los Angeles basin and surrounding region produced from digital elevation data and Landsat satellite imagery.
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National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) (1990) Scientific Visualizations: Volume 1
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 60 minutes $ 25
Source:
Media Magic P.O. Box 507 Nicasio, California 94946 USA 800-882-8284 (orders) 415-662-2426 (inquiries) 415-662-2225 (Fax orders)
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Contents: Study of a numerically modeled severe storm Landscape dynamics of Yellowstone national park: The role of fire 1690 to 1990 Smog: Visualizing the components Citation: Kovacic, D. A., A. Craig, R. Patterson, W. H. Romme, and D. G. Despain (1990) Fire dynamics in the Yellowstone landscape from 1690-1990: An animation, Proceedings: Resource Technology'90, November 12-15, Washington, D.C., 1-9. ________________________________________________________________________
National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) (1990) Scientific Visualizations: Volume 2
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 60 minutes $ 25
Source:
Media Magic P.O. Box 507 Nicasio, California 94946 USA 800-882-8284 (orders) 415-662-2426 (inquiries) 415-662-2225 (Fax orders)
Contents: Model of an expanded (closed) universe Maize growth development Visualization idioms
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National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA) (1991) NCSA Visualization SIGGRAPH Sampler
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 25 minutes $ 40
Source:
Attention: Documentation Orders University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 605 East Springfield Avenue Champaign, IL 61820
Contents: Study of a numerically severe storm Smog: visualizing the components Landscape dynamics of Yellowstone Park: The role of fire 1690 to 1990
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National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA) (1991) NCSA RealTime #1
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC), BETACAM, 3/4 U-matic(NTSC), 8mm 26 minutes $ 9 (VHS), $ 23 (BETACAM), $ 28 (U-matic), $ 10 (8mm)
Source:
Attention: Documentation Orders University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 605 East Springfield Avenue Champaign, IL 61820
Contents: Seeing is Believing
Microburst Alert
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National Center for Supercomputer Applications (NCSA) (1991) NCSA RealTime #2
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC), BETACAM, 3/4 U-matic (NTSC), 8mm 27 minutes $ 9 (VHS), $ 23 (BETACAM), $ 28 (U-matic), $ 11 (8mm)
Source:
Attention: Documentation Orders
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
605 East Springfield Avenue
Champaign, IL 61820
USA
Contents: Sounding the Data
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Nielson, G.M. and B. Shriver (editors) 1990. Visualization in Scientific Computing. IEEE Computer Society Press, Las Alamitos, California.
Format: Length: Cost:
VHS (NTSC) 120 minutes $ 134.50 (nonmembers) $ 107.50 (members)
Source:
IEEE Computer Society Press
10662 Los Vaqueros Circle
P.O. Box 3014
Los Alamitos, California 90720-1264 USA
800-272-6657 or 714-821-8380 (orders)
Contents:
This videotape is a companion to the book by the same title. Most of the chapters
are presented in the video by their authors.
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Tobler, W.R. (1970) A Computer Movie Simulating Urban Growth in the Detroit Region
Format: Length: Cost:
VHS 8 minutes shipping and handling
Source:
Professor Waldo R. Tobler Department of Geography University of California Santa Barbara CA 93106
Contents: A model of population as a growing Z-surface over the Detroit region.
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Weber, C. R. (1991) A Cartographic Animation of Average Yearly Surface Temperatures for the 48 Contiguous United States: 19871986. NCGIA Technical Report 91-3, Santa Barbara California.
Format:
Macromind Director executable on Macintosh diskettes (2400KB)
Length: Cost:
15 minutes shipping and handling
Source:
Chris Weber NCGIA Department of Geography 105 Wilkeson Quad SUNY-Buffalo Buffalo, NY 14261
Contents: A keyframe animation showing isopleth maps of deviations from average temperature for 344 weather stations in the United States over a 90 year period. Images created using SURFACE-2 and ported into Macromind Director. Temporal legend indicates position in the 90 year period in real time.
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Willgoose,G.W., Bras, R.L. and Rodriguez-Iturbe, I. (1990) Computer Animation of River Basin Evolution
Format: Length:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) unknown
Source:
Rafael L. Bras Parsons Laboratory for Hydrodynamics and Water Resources Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Room 48-311 Cambridge, MA 02139 617-253-2117
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Citation: Willgoose, G., R. L. Bras, and I. Rodriguez-Iturbe (1990) A model of river basin evolution, Eos, 71(47), 1806-1807. ________________________________________________________________________
US Army CERL (1990) Global Data and the Animation of Vegetation Production
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) No charge for borrowing (two-week loan)
Source:
US Army CERL P.O. Box 4005 Champaign, Illinois 61821-4005 USA 217-373-7220
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U.S. Geological Survey (1989) Yosemite National Park: A New Perspective
Format: Length: Cost:
1/2 VHS (NTSC) 5 minutes No charge for borrowing (two-week loan)
Source:
U.S. Geological Survey Library Special Collections MS 955 345 Middlefield Road Menlo Park, California 94025 USA 415-329-5009
Contents: An animated three-dimensional fly through of Yosemite National Park produced from stereo SPOT satellite imagery and conventional aerial stereo photography.
Citation:
Fequay, J.W., J.M. Thormodsgard and G.G. Kelly (1989) Yosemite National Park: a new perspective, Technical Papers: ASPRS/ACSM Proceedings 1989, 2 Image and Data Processing, 80-87.
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Section 3 OTHER SOURCES OF INFORMATION
3.1 Periodicals Having Some Focus on Animation
ACM Transactions on Graphics. Association for Computing Machinery 11 West 42nd Street New York, NY 10036 Anderson Report. 4265 Avenida Simi Simi Valley, CA 93063 BYTE MAgazine 70 Main Street Peterborough, NH 03458 CAD/CAM Digest PO Box 8100 Dallas TX 75205 Cinefex PO Box 20027 Riverside, CA 92516 Computer Aided Design IPC Science and Technology Press, Ltd. 32 High Street Guildford, Surrey, UK Gu1 3EW Computer Aided Publishing Report 52 dragon Court Woburn, MA 63117 Computer Graphics Special Interest Group (SIGGRAPH) Association for Computing MAchinery 11 West 42nd STreet New York, NY 10036
Computer Graphics and Applications Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) 10662 Los Vaqueros Circle Los Alamitos, CA Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing Academic Press, Inc. 111 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10003 Computer Graphics Today 8401 Arlington Blvd. Fairfax VA 22031 Computer Graphics World 1714 Stockton St. San Francisco, CA 94133 Computer Pictures Backstage Productions, Inc. 165 West 46th Street New York, NY 10036 Computers and Graphics Pergammon Press, Inc. Maxwell House, Fariview Park Elmsford, NY 10523 Klein Newsletter PO Box 89 Sudbury, MA 01776 Millimeter 2 East 46th Street New York, NY 10017 Pixel: The Computer Animation Newsletter 217 George STreet Toronto, Ontario Canada M5A 2M9
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3.2 Professional Societies and Conferences National Computer Graphics Association (NCGA) 8401 Arlington Blvd Fairfax, VA 22031 Computer Graphics Special Interest Group (SIGGRAPH) Association for Computing MAchinery 11 West 42nd STreet New York, NY 10036 Society for Moving Pictures and Television Entertainment (SMPTE) 862 Scarsdale Avenue New York, NY 10583 3.3 Other Sources of Information and Video Material DeFanti, Tom, ed. Siggraph Video Review UIC/EECS, Mail Stop 154 PO Box 4348 Chicago, IL 60680 George, James and Steven Levine, eds. Frontiers in Computer Graphics Microfiche Supplements to Computer Graphics Association for Computing Machinery 11 West 42nd STreet New York, NY 10036 SIGGRAPH slide sets Association for Computing MAchinery 11 West 42nd STreet New York, NY 10036 34

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