M1: "Visualización de Geometría Multidimensional y sus Aplicaciones" |

Turno Mañana (9 a 12 horas) Alfred Inselberg, Tel Aviv University, Israel. Alfred Inselberg received a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics and Physics from the Univ. of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana) and held several academic positions in the USA (Univ. of Ill., UCLA, USC) and Israel (Technion, Ben-Gurion, Tel-Aviv U.). He was Senior Technical Corporate Staff Member (rank just below Fellow) at IBM doing research for 30 years. In 1996 he was elected Senior Fellow at the San Diego SuperComputing Center. Professor Inselberg now teaches at the Computer Science and Applied Mathematics Departments at Tel Aviv University. He invented and developed Parallel Coordinates, holds several patents, has numerous journal papers, professional and academic awards, and is completing the textbook on Parallel Coordinates (Springer-Verlag publisher). http://www.math.tau.ac.il/aiisreal
**Introduction**: Visualization – Insight from Images. Examples of visualization successes. How can we systematically visualize multidimensional/multivariate problems? The short course and its goals. Parallel Coordinates**Visualizing N-Dimensional Linear and Near-Linear Relations & Applications**: Multidimensional Lines. Planes, Hyperplanes & Flats. Close Planes & Hyperplanes. Data Mining**Visualizing Non-linear N-Dimensioal Relations**: Curves and their Images. Hypersurfaces in N-Dimensions.
Conocimientos de algebra lineal. El nivel del curso es introductorio y no requiere conocimientos previos en visualización |