OMNIVIS project 2009
Hamiltonian Flow Computation
OMNIVIS: Omni-directional Vision
Office: SciCtr 434


For each color, the color density function f produces a Hamiltonian vector field J nabla f, which when followed sketches out parts of the picture because the flow lines of this vector fields are close to the level curves. We did this here for two examples. We start to compute flow lines only at places, where the curvature is large enough.



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Oliver Knill | Department of Mathematics | Harvard University