Selected Publications by Lloyd Treinish
 

  1. Implementation of Mesoscale Numerical Weather Prediction for Weather-Sensitive Business Operations.  L. Treinish, A. Praino and Z. Christidis.  Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorological Society, in press, February 2003.
  2. Case Studies of an Operational Mesoscale Modelling System in the Northeast United States.  A. Praino, L. Treinish, Z. Christidis and A. Samuelsen.  Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorological Society, in press, February 2003.
  3. Web-Based Dissemination and Visualization of Mesoscale Weather Models for Business Operations.  L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the Nineteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorological Society, in press, February 2003.
  4. A Case Study on the Adaptation of Interactive Visualization Applications to Web-Based Production for Operational Mesoscale Weather Models.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '02, October 2002.
  5. Coupling of Mesoscale Weather Models to Business Operations Utilizing Visual Data Fusion.  L. Treinish.  Third Symposium on Environmental Applications: Facilitating the Use of Environmental Information, American Meteorological Society, pp. 94-101, January 2002.
  6. Interactive, Web-based Three-Dimensional Visualizations of Operational Mesoscale Weather Models.  L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorological Society, pp. J159-161, January 2002.
  7. How Can We Build More Effective Weather VisualizationsProceedings of the Eighth Workshop on Meteorological Operational Systems, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasting,  pp. 90-99, November 2001.
  8. Multi-Resolution Visualization Techniques for Nested Weather Models. L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '00, pp. 513-516, 602, October 2000.  (Also available in PDF.)
  9. Visual Data Fusion for Applications of High-Resolution Numerical Weather Prediction. L. Treinish. Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '00, pp. 477-480, 594, October 2000.  (Also available in PDF.)
  10. Visualization Techniques for Applications of High-Resolution Numerical Weather Models.  L. Treinish and Z. Christidis.  Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorology Society, pp. 66-69, January 2000.  (Also available in PDF).
  11. A Function-Based Data Model for Visualization.  L. Treinish. Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization `99 Late Breaking Hot Topics, pp. 73-76, October 1999.
  12. Task-Specific Visualization Design.  L. Treinish.  IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 19, n. 5, pp. 72-77, September 1999.
  13. Creating Effective Visualizations for Operational Weather Forecasting.  L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorology Society, pp. 517-520, January 1999.
  14. Data Visualization: The End of the Rainbow.  B. Rogowitz and L. Treinish, IEEE Spectrum, 35, n. 12, pp. 52-59, December, 1998.
  15. Multi-Source Data Analysis Challenges.  S. Uselton, J. Ahrens, W. Bethel, A. State, L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '98, pp. 517-520, October 1998.
  16. Task-Specific Visualization Design:   A Case Study in Operational Weather Forecasting.  L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '98, pp. 501-504, October 1998.
  17. Three-Dimensional Visualization for Support of Operational Forecasting at the 1996 Centennial Olympic Games.  L. Treinish and L. Rothfusz.  Proceedings of the Thirteenth International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, American Meteorology Society, pp. 31-34, February 1997.  (Also available in PDF).
  18. How Not to Lie with Visualization.  B. Rogowitz and L. Treinish. Computers in Physics, 10, n.3, pp. 268-274, May/June 1996.
  19. A Rule-based Tool for Assisting Colormap Selection.  L. Bergman, B. Rogowitz and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '95, pp. 118-125, October 1995.
  20. An Extended Data Flow Architecture for Data Analysis and Visualization.  G. Abram and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '95, pp. 263-269, October 1995.
  21. Study of Severe Rainfall Events in Northwestern Peru.  L. Treinish. ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review, 113, July 1995.
  22. Visualization of Scattered Meteorological Data.  L. Treinish.  IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 15, n. 4, July 1995.
  23. Visualization of Disparate Data in the Earth Sciences.  L. Treinish. Computers in Physics, pp. 664-671 November/December 1994.
  24. Interactive Archives of Scientific Data.  L. Treinish.  Informatics and Telematics, 11, n. 4, November 1994
  25. Visualization of Stratospheric Ozone and Atmospheric Dynamics (1991).  L. Treinish.  ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review, 105, July 1994.
  26. Data Models, Structures and Access Software for Scientific Visualization.  L. Treinish, R. Kulkarni, M. Folk, G. Goucher and R. Rew.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '93, pp.355-360, October 1993.
  27. An Architecture for Perceptual Rule-Based Visualization.  B. Rogowitz and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '93, pp. 236-243, October 1993 .
  28. Climatology of Global Stratospheric Ozone (1979 through 1991).  L. Treinish. ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review, 93, August 1993.
  29. Data Structures and Perceptual Structures.  B. Rogowitz and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the SPIE/SPSE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, pp. 600-612, February 1993.
  30. Unifying Principles of Data Management for Scientific Visualization.  L. Treinish.  Animation and Scientific Visualization Tools and Applications, (R. Earnshaw and D. Watson, editors), Academic Press, pp. 141-169, 1993.
  31. Grand Challenge Problems in Visualization Software.  L. Treinish, D. Butler, H. Senay, G. Grinstein and S. Bryson.  Proceedings IEEE Visualization '92, pp. 366-371, October 1992.
  32. Object-Oriented, Dataflow Visualization Systems -- A Paradigm Shift?.  W. Ribarsky, B. Brown, T. Myerson, S. Smith, and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the IEEE Computer Society Visualization '92 Conference, pp. 384-387, October 1992.
  33. Visualization Techniques for Correlative Data Analysis in the Earth Sciences.  L. Treinish.  IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications,  pp. 10-12, May 1992.
  34. Data Structures and Access Software for Scientific Visualization, A Report on a Workshop at SIGGRAPH '90.  L. Treinish (ed).  Computer Graphics, 25, n. 2, April 1991.
  35. Correlative Visualization Techniques for Multidimensional Data.  L. Treinish and C. Goettsche. IBM Journal of Research and Development (special issue on Visual Data Interpretation), 35, n. 1/2, January/March 1991.
  36. A Comprehensive Cost Model for NASA Data Archiving.  K. Klenk, J. Green and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the AIAA Conference on Space Programs and Technologies, September 1990.
  37. A Data Abstraction for the Source-Independent Storage and Manipulation of Data.  L. Treinish and G. Goucher. National Space Science Data Center, March 1990.
  38. The Role of Data Management in Discipline-Independent Data Visualization.  L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the SPIE/SPSE Symposium on Electronic Imaging.  February 1990.
  39. Sphere Quadtrees: A New Data Structure to Support the Visualization of Spherically Distributed Data.  G. Fekete and L. Treinish.  Proceedings of the SPIE/SPSE Symposium on Electronic Imaging, February 1990.
  40. Effective Software Systems for Scientific Visualization.  L. Treinish, J. Foley, W. Campbell, R. Haber and R. Gurwitz.  Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH '89, July 1989.
  41. An Interactive, Discipline-Independent Data Visualization System.  L. Treinish.  Computers in Physics, 3, n.4, July 1989.
  42. Adding Intelligence to Scientific Data Management.  W. Campbell, N. Short, Jr. and L. Treinish. Computers in Physics, 3, n.3, May 1989.
  43. A Software Package for the Data-Independent Storage of Multi-Dimensional Data.  L. Treinish and M. Gough. Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union, 68, pp. 633-635, 1987.
  44. Animated Computer Graphics Models of Space and Earth Sciences Data Generated via the Massively Parallel Processor.  L. Treinish, M. Gough and D. Wildenhain.  Proceedings of Frontiers '86: The First Symposium on the Frontiers of Massively Parallel Scientific Computation, September 1986.
  45. An Interactive Information System to Support Climate Research.  L. Treinish and S. Ray.  Proceedings of the First International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology, January 1985, American Meteorology Society, pp. 72-79.
  46. Mapping of Auroral X-rays from Rocket Overflights.  R. Goldberg, J. Barcus, L. Treinish and R. Vondrak. Journal of Geophysical Research, 87, pp. 2509-2524, April 1982.
  47. Interpretation of Differential Very Long Baseline Interferometric Observations of Quasars and Spacecraft.  L. Treinish.  SM/SB Physics Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, August 1978.



lloydt@us.ibm.com            7 November 2002