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MedioVis: visual information seeking in digital libraries

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MedioVis: visual information seeking in digital libraries
MedioVis is a visual information seeking system that aims to support users' natural seeking behavior, particularly in complex information spaces. To achieve this goal we introduce multiple complementary visualization techniques together with an easy-touse and consistent interaction concept. Over the last four years, MedioVis was developed in the context of digital libraries following a user-centered design process. The focus of this paper is the presentation of our interaction model and further to give an overview of the applied visualization techniques. Categories and Subject Descriptors H 5.2 [Information Interfaces and presentation]: User Interfaces Graphical user interfaces, Interaction styles, User-centered design General Terms Design, Human Factors. Keywords Interaction Design, Semantic Zooming, Coordinated Views.
Mathias Heilig, Mischa Demarmels, Werner A. Kö
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where AVI
Authors Mathias Heilig, Mischa Demarmels, Werner A. König, Jens Gerken, Sebastian Rexhausen, Hans-Christian Jetter, Harald Reiterer
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