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MoireGraphs: Radial Focus+Context
Author(s):
T.J. Jankun-Kelly, Kwan-Liu Ma
Institution:
Mississippi State University, University of California
Year:
2003
URL:
http://www.cse.msstate.edu/~tjk/publications/papers/tjk-infovis03.pdf
Project Description:
Graph and tree visualization techniques enable interactive exploration of complex relations while communicating topology. However, most existing techniques have not been designed for situations where visual information such as images is also present at each node and must be displayed. MoireGraphs intents to address this need. MoireGraphs combine a focus+context radial graph layout with a suite of interaction techniques (focus strength changing, radial rotation, level highlighting, secondary foci, animated transitions and node information) to assist in the exploration of graphs with visual nodes. The method is scalable to hundreds of displayed visual nodes.

Source: IEEE Computer Science Press 2003

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