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NRHM
2000
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11 years 7 months ago
Navigable history: a reader's view of writer's time
Collecting, analyzing, and sharing information via a hypertext results in the continuous modification of information content over a long period of time. Such tasks will benefit fr...
Frank M. Shipman III, Hao-wei Hsieh
EMSOFT
2010
Springer
11 years 6 months ago
A unifying view of loosely time-triggered architectures
Abstract--Cyber-Physical Systems require distributed architectures to support safety critical real-time control. Kopetz' Time-Triggered Architectures (TTA) have been proposed ...
Albert Benveniste, Anne Bouillard, Paul Caspi
HICSS
1997
IEEE
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12 years 8 days ago
Text Types in Hypermedia
The discipline of narratology has long recognized the need to classify documents as instances of different text types. We have discovered that classification is as applicable to h...
Stephen W. Smoliar, James D. Baker
AVI
2010
11 years 9 months ago
Deep Diffs: visually exploring the history of a document
Software tools are used to compare multiple versions of a textual document to help a reader understand the evolution of that document over time. These tools generally support the ...
Ross Shannon, Aaron J. Quigley, Paddy Nixon
VIS
2007
IEEE
192views Visualization» more  VIS 2007»
12 years 9 months ago
LiveSync: Deformed Viewing Spheres for Knowledge-Based Navigation
Although real-time interactive volume rendering is available even for very large data sets, this visualization method is used quite rarely in the clinical practice. We suspect this...
Peter Kohlmann, Stefan Bruckner, Armin Kanitsar,...
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