Scalable Visual Hierarchy Exploration

  title={Scalable Visual Hierarchy Exploration},
  author={Ionel D. Stroe and Elke A. Rundensteiner and Matthew O. Ward},
More and more modern computer applications, from business decision support to scientific data analysis, utilize visualization techniques to support exploratory activities. Most visualization tools do not scale well with regard to the size of the dataset upon which they operate. Specifically, the level of cluttering on the screen is typically unacceptable and the performance is poor. To solve the problem of cluttering at the interface level, visualization tools have recently been extended to… CONTINUE READING
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