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Real-Time Molecular Visualization Supporting Diffuse Interreflections and Ambient Occlusion
Today molecular simulations turn out complex knowledge sets capturing the interactions of molecules well. Thanks to the complexity of this point-varying information, advanced visualization techniques are required to support its visual analysis. Current molecular visualization techniques utilize ambient occlusion as a world illumination approximation to boost spatial comprehension. Besides these shadow-like effects, interreflections also are known to enhance the spatial comprehension of advanced geometric structures. Unfortunately, the inherent computational complexity of interreflections would forbid interactive exploration, which is mandatory in many situations managing static and time-varying information. During this paper, we tend to introduce a completely unique analytic approach for capturing interreflections of molecular structures in real-time. By exploiting the information of the underlying area filling representations, we have a tendency to are able to reduce the specified parameters and can thus apply symbolic regression to get an analytic expression for interreflections. We tend to show how to obtain the data needed for the symbolic regression analysis, and how to use our analytic solution to enhance interactive molecular visualizations.
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