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EventAction: a visual analytics approach to explainable recommendation for event sequences
Du F., Plaisant C., Spring N., Crowley K., Shneiderman B. ACM Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems 9(4): 1-31, 2019. Type: Article
If tables of complex data lack sufficient visual analytics illustrations on which recommender system to use, users will go to another website for better illustrations. The more complex the analysis of similar record attributes become, the more dif...
Sep 9 2021
Descriptive data mining (2nd ed.)
Olson D., Lauhoff G., Springer International Publishing, New York, NY, 2019. 130 pp. Type: Book
Data mining when applied in a business context aims to improve decision making and strategic advantages by providing a better understanding of customers, suppliers, employees, and other stakeholders. The algorithms behind data mining may be comple...
Nov 2 2020
Fogli D., Peroni M., Stefini C. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing 42 60-75, 2017. Type: Article
The field of programming continues to move into the public sphere through the Internet of Things (IoT); this provides the layperson with the ability to control various home appliances and domestic devices. The applications that control these smart...
Feb 28 2018
Amr T., Stamboliyska R., Apress, Berkeley, CA, 2016. 172 pp. Type: Book (978-1-484219-27-0)
May 2 2017
Network visualization as a higher-order visual analysis tool
Dwyer T. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 36(6): 78-85, 2016. Type: Article
Dwyer makes the distinction between data and knowledge modeling when visualizing a network. This is in contrast to Munzner  who does not make this distinction. He offers knowledge modeling in visualization as a higher-order visual analysis tool...
Mar 2 2017
Scientific visualization: uncertainty, multifield, biomedical, and scalable visualization
Hansen C., Chen M., Johnson C., Kaufman A., Hagen H., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, New York, NY, 2014. 400 pp. Type: Book (978-1-447164-96-8)
“One picture is worth a thousand words” goes the age-old saying. The term “scientific visualization” refers to the display of abstract data, obtained directly by observation or indirectly by simulation, through graphs and i...
Feb 9 2015
Flexible web visualization for alert-based network security analytics
Hao L., Healey C., Hutchinson S. VizSec 2013 (Proceedings of the 10th Workshop on Visualization for Cyber Security, Atlanta, GA, Oct 14, 2013) 33-40, 2013. Type: Proceedings
Visualization, in general, helps reveal patterns and relationships in data. This paper focuses on how to support network security analysis using analyst-driven visualization. A web-based data visualization framework is described. This framework wa...
Jan 3 2014
Visualization of time-oriented data
Aigner W., Miksch S., Schumann H., Tominski C., Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated, London, UK, 2011. 302 pp. Type: Book (978-0-857290-78-6)
There is no doubt about the importance of visualization in data analysis, whether for examining the unknown and suggesting novel approaches to explore, for confirming yet-to-be-proved hypotheses and abandoning future dead ends, or just for support...
Jul 16 2012
Numerical visualization of vortex flow behavior in square jets in cross-flow
Maidi M., Yao Y. Journal of Visualization 11(4): 319-327, 2008. Type: Article
Direct numerical simulation (DNS) allows for the studying of all the scales of turbulence, without assuming a model. However, even at low Reynolds, and even using nondimensional models, such as those used in this paper, computation ...
Apr 13 2009
A unified particle model for fluid–solid interactions
Solenthaler B., Schläfli J., Pajarola R. Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds 18(1): 69-82, 2007. Type: Article
In recent years, fluid simulation has become a hot topic in computer graphics. Several physically based methods have been proposed. Using these methods, amorphous phenomena, such as smoke, fire, clouds, and liquids, can be modeled and rendered so ...
Nov 29 2007
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