This is a survey on graph visualization and navigation techniques, as used in information visualization, which approaches the results of traditional graph drawing from a different perspective.Expand

The possibilities to collect and store data increase at a faster rate than the ability to use it for making decisions, and in most applications, raw data has no value in itself; instead the authors want to extract the information contained in it.Expand

A metric that has been designed in order to identify the weakest edges in a small world network leading to an easy and low cost filtering procedure that breaks up a graph into smaller and highly connected components is described.Expand

A simple algorithm based on a Markov chain process to generate simply connected acyclic directed graphs over a fixed set of vertices, designed to generate acYclic digraphs, non-necessarily connected.Expand

We describe an algorithm producing circular layouts for trees, that is drawings, where subtrees of a node lie within circles, and these circles are themselves placed on the circumference of a circle.… Expand

1. Introduction. A Lyndon word is a primitive word which is minimum in its conjugation class, for the lexicographical ordering. These words have been introduced by Lyndon in order to find bases of… Expand

A simple, fast computing and easy to implement method for finding relatively good clusterings of software systems by applying a straightforward metric, MQ, defined in terms of the neighborhoods of its end vertices to identify the weak edges of the graph.Expand

This paper describes a visual clue: using the so‐called Strahler numbers, a map is provided that indicates which parts of the tree are interesting, and a second idea is that of “folding” away subtrees that are too “different” in some sense, thereby reducing the visual complexity of theTree.Expand

Tulip, an information visualization framework dedicated to the analysis and visualization of relational data, is presented, consisting of a suite of tools and techniques, that can be used to address a large variety of domain-specific problems.Expand