Juraj Pálenik

PhD student

Visual analytics

 Team Hauser

Juraj Pálenik is a new PhD student at VisGroup, currently focusing on analysis of molecular dynamics simulations.

Publications

2020

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    @ARTICLE{Palenik-2019-Splatting,
    author={J. P\'{a}lenik and J. By\v{s}ka and S. Bruckner and H. Hauser},
    journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
    title={Scale-Space Splatting: Reforming Spacetime for Cross-Scale Exploration of Integral Measures in Molecular Dynamics},
    year={2020},
    volume={26},
    number={1},
    pages={643--653},
    keywords={Data visualization;Computational modeling;Time series analysis;Atmospheric measurements;Particle measurements;Analytical models;Kernel;Scale space;time-series;scientific simulation;multi-scale analysis;space-time cube;molecular dynamics},
    doi={10.1109/TVCG.2019.2934258},
    ISSN={1077-2626},
    month={},
    pdf = "pdfs/scale-space-splatting.pdf",
    images = "images/scale-space-teaser.png",
    thumbnails = "images/scale-space-teaser-thumb.png",
    abstract = "Understanding large amounts of spatiotemporal data from particle-based simulations, such as molecular dynamics, often relies on the computation and analysis of aggregate measures. These, however, by virtue of aggregation, hide structural information about the space/time localization of the studied phenomena. This leads to degenerate cases where the measures fail to capture distinct behaviour. In order to drill into these aggregate values, we propose a multi-scale visual exploration technique. Our novel representation, based on partial domain aggregation, enables the construction of a continuous scale-space for discrete datasets and the simultaneous exploration of scales in both space and time. We link these two scale-spaces in a scale-space space-time cube and model linked views as orthogonal slices through this cube, thus enabling the rapid identification of spatio-temporal patterns at multiple scales. To demonstrate the effectiveness of our approach, we showcase an advanced exploration of a protein-ligand simulation.",
    }