An Object-Oriented Architecture for Applications of Scientific Visualization and Mathematical Modeling.
Issues of the general architecture design for integrated applications of mathematical modeling and scientific visualization are considered. In line with the object-oriented methodologies of Bailin and Booch, a novel model for a visualization scene is described. The scene is a composition of interrelated, typed scientific data and algorithms. A systematic approach to developing applications based on the model is presented. Theoretical analysis is illustrated by various examples related to geometric modeling, numerical solution of ordinary differential equations, visualization, and rendering.
Programming and Computer Software. Volume: 26. Number: 2. Publisher: MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, 2000. Pp. 74-83.