Hilko Cords

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In many information visualization techniques, labels are an essential part to communicate the visualized data. To preserve the expressiveness of the visual representation, a placed label should neither occlude other labels nor visual representatives (e.g., icons, lines) that communicate crucial information. Optimal, non-overlapping labeling is an NP-hard(More)
The fastest existing labeling-algorithms allow the labeling of thousands of objects within a few milliseconds on today's desktop computers. Thus, it is possible to recalculate the labeling in dynamic scenes for every frame as it is demanded in interactive scenarios like information visualization. The main problem in such dynamic labeling environments is the(More)
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