Database Issues for Data Visualization

IEEE Visualization '93 Workshop San Jose, California, USA, October 26, 1993 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-58519-0 (Print) 978-3-540-49016-6 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

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    Pages IX-XI

    Workshop description

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    Pages XIII-XIV

    Workshop participants

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    Pages 1-15

    Database issues for data visualization: Developing a data model

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    Pages 16-24

    Database issues for data visualization: System integration issues

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    Pages 25-34

    Database issues for data visualization: Interaction, user interfaces, and presentation

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    Pages 35-68

    The VIS-AD data model: Integrating metadata and polymorphic display with a scientific programming language

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    Pages 69-82

    An extended schema model for scientific data

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    Pages 83-93

    Data integration for visualization systems

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    Pages 94-106

    Inherent logical structure of computational data: Its role in storage and retrieval strategies to support user queries

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    Pages 107-117

    Database management for data visualization

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    Pages 118-137

    Data exploration interactions and the ExBase system

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    Pages 138-147

    Database requirements for supporting end-user visualizations

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    Pages 148-159

    A system architecture for data-oriented visualization

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    Pages 160-169

    A Hyperspectral Image Data Exploration Workbench for environmental science applications

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    Pages 171-185

    Design of a 3D user interface to a database

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    Pages 186-193

    Visualizing reference databases

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    Pages 194-209

    A 3D based user interface for information retrieval systems

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    Pages 210-229

    Using visualization to support data mining of large existing databases

  20. Back Matter

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