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Information Visualization of Attributed Relational Data

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Information Visualization of Attributed Relational Data
Traditional graph drawing is only concerned with viewing of data and relations amount data items. It uses a graph model to present the data items and the relations and tries to cally convert the abstract graph into a 2D plane for visualization. There are many applications in this area, such as family trees, software design diagrams and web site-maps. The real world data that we want to visualize, however, is more complex than those that can be simply presented with traditional techniques, because it contains many domain-specific attributes. For example, in a web site-map (visualization) a simple graphical node can be used to represent a web page. However, this node is unable to represent some domain-specific attributes associated with the web page, such as the access frequency and the connectivity of the page in the web locality. This paper introduces a new model for Attributed Information Visualization that can be used to visualize the relational data with many associated attributes....
Mao Lin Huang
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Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2001
Where APVIS
Authors Mao Lin Huang
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