MS-Complex

We provide software for computing the Morse-Smale complex of a scalar field defined on a triangle mesh and 3D structured grid. The Morse-Smale complex is a topological data structure that partitions datasets based on the gradients of an input scalar function. It has been used for visualization and analysis of scalar data from a wide range of disciplines including combustion analysis, cosmology, structural biology, climate studies, and medical imaging. The software implements algorithms described in two papers [1, 2].

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Contributors

  • Nithin Shivashankar

References

  1. Nithin Shivashankar, Senthilnathan M and Vijay Natarajan.
    Parallel computation of 2D Morse-Smale complexes.
    IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Graphics, 18(10), 2012, 1757-1770.

  2. Nithin Shivashankar and Vijay Natarajan.
    Parallel computation of 3D Morse-Smale complexes.
    Computer Graphics Forum (EuroVis 2012), 31(3), 2012, 965-974.