Roberts, Jonathan C.
Issues of Dataflow and View Presentation in Multiple View Visualization.
In: 2001 International Conference on Imaging Science, Systems and Technology (CISST).
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Multiple views and Multiform visualization are hot topics in the field of visualization. Multiple views represent a fan-out technology, where (for example) the same information is displayed in different forms and often in different windows. Indeed, the different views may be generated by using different parameters or various visualization algorithms. Such methods can cause a display explosion that may confuse rather than aid the user. Thus, there are important research issues in effectively controlling the multiple view generation and in exploring the information (especially linked exploration between different representations). In this paper we discuss various issues regarding multiple view visualization, indeed, we present some solutions from current research and discuss other issues yet to be resolved.
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