Visualization and design systems for road infrastructure Public Deposited

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  • Transportation infrastructure provides a vital service for the functionality of a city. The efficient design of road networks poses an interesting topic in computer science for digital content developers. For civil engineers, the visualization of analysis results on infrastructure both efficiently and intuitively is crucial. The following contributions are made to these areas: * Street Network Design - A system built around tensor field design is proposed. Necessary background information is discussed and a set of tools are developed. Generated street networks are shown to demonstrate the effectiveness of the system. * Bridge Analysis Visualization - A unique system to visualize the analysis results of bridges is discussed. Methods used to procedural model a bridge and visualize analytical information over the generated model in an intuitive manner are detailed.
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