Date of Award
M.S. in Engineering Science
Computer and Information Science
Philip J. Rhodes
The FEV (Flood Emergency Visualizer) Frontend is a Java and OpenGL-based 3D vi- sualizer of flood simulation results in real-time. Simulations can be recomputed based on user-defined terrain edits made directly on the rendering surface. The frontend is the client software of the FEV system that includes a backend for solving water flow equations using CUDA. To render large datasets, level-of-detail and other optimizations are needed to render terrain and water surfaces with interactive frame rates.
Sharrow, Donald Brent, "The FEV Frontend: A Terrain and Water Simulation Client" (2011). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1297.
Emphasis: Computer Science