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Visualisation and 'Pretty Pictures': Maths - entropy, self-similarity and the fundamental imaging equation

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Through images I hope in this short informal talk to describe a story of why graphics can be considered a fundamental part of what Computer Science really is. I plan on displaying through links with simple maths, where graphics and visualisations, in my experience, can be defined and properly quantified. Leading on to a current aim to have the human firmly back into the Experimental-Simulation-Computational-Loop in order to more efficiently use multiple imaging facilities and HPC cycles.

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