prepared for the 8th.
for Boss and for Client (we are still waiting on the client)
for different architectures available. The system now compiles for Suns,SGI's
tech manual and coding - see 'Next Week' for remaining tasks
The Tech Manual
Web page was layed out. Each person, responsible for their respective classes
was to create their own Web page describing how this class is structured,and
how it fits into the bigger scale of things. The design documentation was
used to explain the actual member functions used
is now in charge of the doucmentation: He is writing up about Design Analysis
and cohesion and Coupling issues. In addition, he is now responsible for
the uniformity and consistency of the documentation.
A lot of progress
was made in the coding of the product. The functionality of the GUI and
its intereactions with windows was increased. The 2-D windows can now display
slices of the volume data and move through them.
The 3-D window
gives a simple rendering of a mesh generated from synthetic data, but not
from the volumes
this functionality to the Boss.
One of the major
aims of this project is that the product be portable to different platforms.
Various platform specific bugs in the program were found when trying to
run the product on these different platforms. As a result specific libraries
were added to the development software and appropriate modifications were
added to the software to try to remove (as much of) these platform dependencies.
Manual needs to have its holes filled in. Eric is supposed to have written
a document on the Testing stages. In addition, all remaining introductions
to the respective classes needs to be added.
The 3-D Window
needs to be developed to generate a Mesh from the Volume Data and render
The 2-D windows
need to be able to draw and segment regions in the each of their Image
We hope to progress
to 3-D interaction (point selection by the end of next week) - the 16th/17th