Geo-historical context support for information foraging and sensemaking: Conceptual model, implementation, and assessment

@article{Tomaszewski2010GeohistoricalCS,
  title={Geo-historical context support for information foraging and sensemaking: Conceptual model, implementation, and assessment},
  author={Brian M. Tomaszewski and Alan M. MacEachren},
  journal={2010 IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology},
  year={2010},
  pages={139-146}
}
Information foraging and sensemaking with heterogeneous information are context-dependent activities. Thus visual analytics tools to support these activities must incorporate context. But, context is a difficult concept to define, model, and represent. Creating and representing context in support of visually-enabled reasoning about complex problems with complex information is a complementary but different challenge than that addressed in context-aware computing. In the latter, the goal is… CONTINUE READING
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