Visualization of diffusion tensor data using evenly spaced streamlines


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MERHOF, Dorit, Markus SONNTAG, Frank ENDERS, Peter HASTREITER, Rudolf FAHLBUSCH, Christopher NIMSKY, Günther GREINER, 2005. Visualization of diffusion tensor data using evenly spaced streamlines. In: GREINER, Günther, ed. and others. Vision, Modeling and Visualization. Berlin:Akademische Verl.-Ges. AKA, pp. 257-264

@inproceedings{Merhof2005Visua-5935, title={Visualization of diffusion tensor data using evenly spaced streamlines}, year={2005}, address={Berlin}, publisher={Akademische Verl.-Ges. AKA}, booktitle={Vision, Modeling and Visualization}, pages={257--264}, editor={Greiner, Günther}, author={Merhof, Dorit and Sonntag, Markus and Enders, Frank and Hastreiter, Peter and Fahlbusch, Rudolf and Nimsky, Christopher and Greiner, Günther} }

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