Navigation and Coordination Primitives for Multidimensional Visual Browsers

  title={Navigation and Coordination Primitives for Multidimensional Visual Browsers},
  author={Allison Woodruff and Alan Su and Michael Stonebraker and Caroline Paxson and Jolly Chen and Alexander Aiken and Peter Wisnovsky and Cimarron Taylor},
This paper describes extensions to the Tioga flight-simulator browsing protocol presented by Stonebraker et al. (1993a). These extensions allow users to navigate a multidimensional data space using sophisticated zooming capabilities. This design also allows users to move easily between different multidimensional spaces. Tunneling between different data spaces is shown to be a substantial generalization of hyperlinks in a hypermedia system. Finally, our design provides for the coordination of… CONTINUE READING

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