Applying Gestalt principles to animated visualizations of network data

@article{Nesbitt2002ApplyingGP,
  title={Applying Gestalt principles to animated visualizations of network data},
  author={Keith Nesbitt and Carsten Friedrich},
  journal={Proceedings Sixth International Conference on Information Visualisation},
  year={2002},
  pages={737-743}
}
  • Keith Nesbitt, Carsten Friedrich
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    2002
  • Computer Science
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    Graphs are a commonly used data structure for representing relational information. [...] Key Result Results of that work are described with relevant examples.Expand Abstract

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