A model and software system for coordinated and multiple views in exploratory visualization

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Boukhelifa, Nadia ; Rodgers, Peter (2003)
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
  • Subject: QA76

This paper describes a model for expressing coordination in multiple view visualization systems. We present the model and describe a prototype implementation that illustrates the features of the model. Current visualization systems tend to have an informal and inconsistent approach to coordination, so our model is an attempt to put widely used coordination concepts on a more formal footing. The model is based on views sharing abstract objects that contain dataflow parameters and describes how current coordinations in exploratory visualization work and allows novel coordinations to be constructed.
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