Publications on the F5 Fiber Bundle Data Model and Library

  1. Massive Geometric Algebra - Presentation at the GAGIS conference at Nanjing Normal University, China, August 2016
  2. Marcel Ritter, Computing Geodesics in Numerical Space Times, Master Thesis, University of Innsbruck, Austria, April 2010 (Review of the data model with UML diagrams and application to computing shortest paths in numerically given four-dimensional spacetimes)
  3. Marcel Ritter, Introduction to HDF5 and F5, Technical Report CCT-TR-2009-13 at Center for Computation and Technology, Louisiana State University, 2009
  4. Werner Benger, Marcel Ritter, Sumanta Acharya, Somnath Roy, and Feng Jijao. Fiberbundle-based visualization of a stir tank fuid. In WSCG 2009, Plzen, 2009 (application of the fiber bundle data model to a CFD problem, includes short review of the data model)
  5. Werner Benger. Colliding galaxies, rotating neutron stars and merging black holes - visualising high dimensional data sets on arbitrary meshes. New Journal of Physics, 10, 2008. (Discussion and application examples of generic visualization methods based on the fiber bundle data model)
  6. Shalini Venkataraman, Werner Benger, Amanda Long, and Luc Renambot Byungil Jeong. Visualizing hurricane katrina - large data management, rendering and display challenges. In GRAPHITE 2006, 29 November 2 December 2006, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 2006.
  7. Werner Benger, Shalini Venkataraman, Amanda Long, Gabrielle Allen, Stephen David Beck, Maciej Brodowicz, Jon MacLaren, and Edward Seidel. Visualizing katrina - merging computer simulations with observations. In Workshop on state-of-the-art in scientific and parallel computing, Umea, Sweden, June 18-21, 2006, pages 340-350. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Springer Verlag, 2006 (Application of the fiber bundle data model for fusing data from six different sources into coherent visualizations)
  8. Werner Benger. Visualization of General Relativistic Tensor Fields via a Fiber Bundle Data Model. PhD thesis, FU Berlin, 2004. (General Concepts and Design, quite abstract, but covers all the basic concepts)