A multi-perspective software visualization environment

@inproceedings{Wu2000AMS,
  title={A multi-perspective software visualization environment},
  author={Jingwei Wu and Margaret-Anne D. Storey},
  booktitle={CASCON},
  year={2000}
}
This paper describes a multi-perspective software visualization environment, SHriMP, which combines single view and multi-view techniques to support software exploration at both the architectural and source code levels. SHriMP provides three different views: a primary nested view and two subsidiary views. The primary nested view employs fisheye views of nested graphs, provides contextual cues, and supports general exploration activities. In SHriMP, subsidiary views exist as a searching tool and… CONTINUE READING
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