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Old   September 21, 2013, 13:57
Default Comparibility lambda-2-criterion
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I have to slightly different cases here, for which i want to compare the vortex-situation.
If i use the lambda-2-criterion on an isosurface for a given value to visualize the vortexes in these cases, can i state that if the isosurface in one case is larger, there are more/larger vortexes?
Didnt understand that for sure from the mathematical description...

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