Florian Mansmann

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Data Nodes, Edges Display Interactive Display Visual Analogues VisualItems in ItemRegistry User Figure 6.3: The Information Visualisation Reference Model, adapted from Heer et al.[57] 6.2 State of the Art 93 a visual analytics issue that should be better tackled by all the visualisation communities. Blending different kinds of visualisations in the same(More)
In today's applications data is produced at unprecedented rates. While the capacity to collect and store new data grows rapidly, the ability to analyze these data volumes increases at much lower pace. This gap leads to new challenges in the analysis process, since analysts, decision makers, engineers, or emergency response teams depend on information(More)
In today’s applications data is produced at unprecedented rates. While the capacity to collect and store new data rapidly grows, the ability to analyze these data volumes increases at much lower rates. This gap leads to new challenges in the analysis process, since analysts, decision makers, engineers, or emergency response teams depend on information(More)
The rapid spread of location-based devices and cheap storage mechanisms, as well as fast development of Internet technology, allowed collection and distribution of huge amounts of user-generated data, such as people's movement or geo-tagged photos. These types of data produce new challenges for research in different application domains. In many cases, new(More)
The Internet has become a wild place: malicious code is spread on personal computers across the world, deploying botnets ready to attack the network infrastructure. The vast number of security incidents and other anomalies overwhelms attempts at manual analysis, especially when monitoring service provider backbone links. We present an approach to(More)
The term Visual Analytics has been around for almost five years by now, but still there are on-going discussions about what it actually is and in particular what is new about it. The core of our view on Visual Analytics is the new enabling and accessible analytic reasoning interactions supported by the combination of automated and visual analysis. In this(More)
We present the results of a controlled experiment to investigate the performance of different temporal glyph designs in a small multiple setting. Analyzing many time series at once is a common yet difficult task in many domains, for example in network monitoring. Several visualization techniques have, thus, been proposed in the literature. Among these,(More)
Extensive spread of malicious code on the Internet and also within intranets has risen the user’s concern about what kind of data is transferred between her or his computer and other hosts on the network. Visual analysis of this kind of information is a challenging task, due to the complexity and volume of the data type considered, and requires special(More)