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Spatially and Temporally Coherent Visual Summaries

@article{Wulms2019SpatiallyAT,
  title={Spatially and Temporally Coherent Visual Summaries},
  author={Jules Wulms and Juri Buchm{\"u}ller and Wouter Meulemans and Kevin Verbeek and Bettina Speckmann},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2019},
  volume={abs/1912.00719}
}
  • Jules Wulms, Juri Buchmüller, +2 authors Bettina Speckmann
  • Published in ArXiv 2019
  • Computer Science
  • When exploring large time-varying data sets, visual summaries are a useful tool to identify time intervals of interest for further consideration. A typical approach is to represent the data elements at each time step in a compact one-dimensional form or via a one-dimensional ordering. Such 1D representations can then be placed in temporal order along a time line. There are two main criteria to assess the quality of the resulting visual summary: spatial quality -- how well does the 1D… CONTINUE READING

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