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This article summarises the current state of research into multiple tree visualisations. It discusses the spectrum of current representation techniques used on single trees, pairs of trees and finally multiple trees, in order to identify which representations are best suited to particular tasks and to find gaps in the representation space, in which(More)
We present a directed acyclic graph visualisation designed to allow interaction with a set of multiple classification trees, specifically to find overlaps and differences between groups of trees and individual trees. The work is motivated by the need to find a representation for multiple trees that has the space-saving property of a general graph(More)
Pedigree genotype datasets are used for analysing genetic inheritance and to map genetic markers and traits. Such datasets consist of hundreds of related animals genotyped for thousands of genetic markers and invariably contain multiple errors in both the pedigree structure and in the associated individual genotype data. These errors manifest as apparent(More)
This short paper describes the presentation model used by the Teallach model-based user-interface development environment. Teallach's presentation model provides both abstract and concrete interactors, which are first-class objects that may be freely intermixed when building a user-interface. An example is provided showing this approach in use.
Model-based user interface development environments show promise for improving the productivity of user interface developers, and possibly for improving the quality of developed interfaces. While model-based techniques have previously been applied to the area of database interfaces, they have not been speci®cally targeted at the important area of object(More)
Model-based systems provide methods for supporting the systematic and efficient development of application interfaces. This paper examines how model-based technologies can be exploited to develop user interfaces to databases. To this end five model-based systems, namely Adept, HUMANOID, Mastermind, TADEUS and DRIVE are discussed through the use of a(More)