Query, analysis, and visualization of hierarchically structured data using Polaris

@inproceedings{Stolte2002QueryAA,
  title={Query, analysis, and visualization of hierarchically structured data using Polaris},
  author={Chris Stolte and Diane Tang and Pat Hanrahan},
  booktitle={KDD},
  year={2002}
}
In the last several years, large OLAP databases have become common in a variety of applications such as corporate data warehouses and scientific computing. To support interactive analysis, many of these databases are augmented with hierarchical structures that provide meaningful levels of abstraction that can be leveraged by both the computer and analyst. This hierarchical structure generates many challenges and opportunities in the design of systems for the query, analysis, and visualization… CONTINUE READING
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