Haron, Habibullah and Talib, Mohamad Shukor (2006) Threedimensional visualization of twodimensional data: the mathematical modeling. In: The 2nd IMTGT 2006 Regional Conference on Mathematics, Statistics and Applications, School of Mathematical Sciences, 2006, n/a.

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There are some method and tools which are use to get a vi sualizations of one object from one media to the other media, especially in the world of computer design. But the problem is, can we get the result of visualization which is same like the object that we want to visu alize. This paper presents the way to visualize threedimensional object by using twodimensional data structure in the form of a mathematical modeling. One of the important issues in this paper is how to guessing depth value by derive gradient estimates. In the other side, guessing depth value is equivalent in deriving z values of twodimensional Carte sian coordinated given x and y values. On this paper, we concentrated on the process of getting depth value given the twodimensional geome try information of the drawing. One method used in this paper is called skewed symmetry. The result were stored in the ones of data structure and were veri?ed by visualizing on the MATLAB graphic visualize kit.
Item Type:  Conference or Workshop Item (Paper) 

Uncontrolled Keywords:  skew symmetry, gradient 
Subjects:  Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science ?? QA83 ?? 
Divisions:  Computer Science and Information System (Formerly known) 
ID Code:  25608 
Deposited By:  Liza Porijo 
Deposited On:  20 May 2012 06:49 
Last Modified:  21 May 2012 00:37 
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