Application of Focus + Context to UML

@inproceedings{Musial2003ApplicationOF,
  title={Application of Focus + Context to UML},
  author={Benjamin Musial and Timothy Jacobs},
  booktitle={InVis.au},
  year={2003}
}
UML class diagrams of complex software systems are frequently very large, making it difficult to gain a detailed understanding of the underlying software components within the context of the overall software system. To overcome this limitation, we apply focus + context visualization techniques to an interactive UML browser. We display software components at varying levels of detail according to a dynamic degree of interest function. We then lay out the diagram components to maximize space… CONTINUE READING
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