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At the University of Stuttgart's visualisation research centre, about 30 scientists work in different areas of scientific visualisation, visual analytics, visual computing and computer graphics, as well as in interdisciplinary, applied research. The latter results in close co-operation with non-visualisation disciplines at the University of Stuttgart. This DataVerse contains research data produced by the institute in the aforementioned research areas. For additional data, we recommend also visiting the DataVerse of VIS, which is the visualisation institute of the faculty of computer science, electrical engineering and information technology.
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Dec 15, 2020
Hägele, David; Abdelaal, Moataz; Oguz, Ozgur S.; Toussaint, Marc; Weiskopf, Daniel, 2020, "Supplemental Material for Visualization of Nonlinear Programming for Robot Motion Planning",, DaRUS, V1
Supplemental material for the paper "Visualization of Nonlinear Programming for Robot Motion Planning". It comprises a video and source code of a visual analytics system for analyzing constrained optimization runs. The video showcases the interactive features of the system by dem...
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Feb 4, 2020
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