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A framework for interactive web-based visualization

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A framework for interactive web-based visualization
As the power of end user web browsers increases, the delivery of sophisticated visualizations of information via the web becomes possible. However no technology exists that offers the kind of interactions that a stand-alone application can deliver. Technologies such as Java3D, VRML, X3D and SVG incorporate powerful rendering capabilities but make it difficult to interact with the underlying source data. Other technologies such as SMIL can also offer synchronization but then lack this rendering context. We present a framework within which these technologies can be evaluated. We also address the question of how to integrate these technologies with existing and well-understood web technologies such as Javascript, CSS, Web Services, and PHP, to provide interactive web-based visualization applications. We then describe a generalized framework for determining how to choose the right set of technologies for a web-based visualization application.
Nathan Holmberg, Burkhard Wünsche, Ewan D. Te
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where AUIC
Authors Nathan Holmberg, Burkhard Wünsche, Ewan D. Tempero
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