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<title>VTK Adaptor Framework README</title>
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The VTK Adaptor Framework and Generic Filtering
<LI> <A HREF="#Overview">Overview</A>
<LI> <A HREF="#Commercial">Commercial Expression</A>
<LI> <A HREF="#Acknowledgements">Acknowledgements</A>
<h1><A NAME="Overview">Overview</h1>
This is the overview
<h1><A NAME="Commercial">Commercial Expression</h1>
Kitware is teaming with Simmetrix, Inc.
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to create commericial tools that integrate the VTK visualization
environment to Simmetrix's products, and to integrate Simmetrix's
integration framework into ParaView.
If you are interested in building an adapted framework to VTK from
your analysis/simulation package, please email sales "at"
for more information.
<h1><A NAME="Acknowledgements">Acknowledgements</h1>
This work has been supported through the efforts of several organizations.
<b>The National Science Foundation</b>
<li>NSF SBIR Phase II Grant #DMI-0238964<br>
Title:<i>Visualizing Arbitrary Basis Functions for Advanced Engineering
Analysis and Simulation</i><br>
PI: William J. Schroeder</li>
<b>The Tri-Lab Community</b>
<li>Jim Ahrens</li>
<li>Gary Templet</li>
<li>David Thompson</li>
<li>Brian Wylie</li>
<b>Kitware, Inc.</b>
<li>Francois Bertel</li>
<li>Bill Hoffman</li>
<li>Mathieu Malaterre</li>
<li>Ken Martin</li>
<li>Will Schroeder</li>
<b>Simmetrix, Inc.</b>
<li>Mark Beall</li>
<li>Bob O'Bara</li>
<li>Saurabh Tendulkar</li>
<b>LeHigh University.</b>
<li>Dr. Herman Nied</li>
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......@@ -51,7 +52,7 @@ ISBN 1-930934-07-6). VTK has grown (since its initial release in 1994)
to a world-wide user base in the commercial, academic, and research
This README is written for VTK version 4.2 and greater. For more information,
This README is written for VTK version 4.4 and greater. For more information,
additional resources, and the FAQ see the web page at
<A HREF=""></A><p>
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copyright follows.
Copyright (c) 1993-2003 Ken Martin, Will Schroeder, Bill Lorensen
Copyright (c) 1993-2004 Ken Martin, Will Schroeder, Bill Lorensen
All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without
The VTK 4.2 source code repository is organized into four major sections.
<li>The source code is found in the directories Common, Rendering,
Filtering, Graphics, Imaging, Hybrid, Parallel, and Patented.<p>
Filtering, Graphics, Imaging, Hybrid, Parallel, Patented, and
GenericFiltering. In some cases additional README.html files
are found in the named directories. Please see these for more
<li><b>Common</b>- Core classes
<li><b>Rendering</b>- Classes used to render
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<li><b>Parallel</b>- Parallel processing support such as MPI
<li><b>Patented</b>- Patented classes, to be used in
commercial applications only with a license
<li><b>GenericFiltering</b>- Part of an adaptor framework
supporting integration of VTK with external systems
<li><B>Examples</B> that are reasonably well documented are found in the
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for its build process. To build VTK for UNIX or Windows, you will first
have to install CMake. You can download CMake from:
<A HREF=""</A></A>
The following instructions assume that cmake is already installed.
The following instructions assume that CMake is already installed.
<h3><A NAME="Unix">Unix Installation</h3><p>
The following instructions only apply to UNIX systems.
First we will give you the quick and dirty way to build VTK. Begin
by telling Cmake what C and C++ compilers
by telling CMake what C and C++ compilers
you will be using. This can avoid many build problems.
On most systems you can pass this information to CMake in the
following way:
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<h1><A NAME="Help">Getting Help / Mailing List</h1>
For general information go to the VTK web site
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If you run into problems, your best bet is to join the VTK mailing list.
Visit <a href=""></a> to join the list.
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