Collaborative Lossless Visualization of n-D Data by Collocated Paired Coordinates
The collaborative approach is a natural way to enhance visualization and visual analytics methods. This paper continues our long-term efforts on enhancement of visualization and visual analytics methods. The major challenges in visualization of large n-D data in 2-D are not only in providing lossless visualization by using sophisticated computational methods, but also in supporting the most efficient and fast usage of abilities of users (agents) to analyze visualized information and to extract patterns visually. This paper describes a collaborative approach to support n-D data visualization based on new lossless n-D visualization methods that we propose. The second part of this work presented in a separate paper is focused on experimental results of cooperative n-D data visualization described in this paper.
KeywordsCollaborative multi-dimensional data visualization Lossless visualization
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