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Chameleon: A Holistic Approach to Visualisation

  • N. Bowers
  • K. W. Brodlie
Conference paper
Part of the Focus on Computer Graphics book series (FOCUS COMPUTER)

Abstract

Scientists from beyond the field of computing are becoming increasingly aware of the advantages to be gained by visualising their problems. Not only does it increase productivity, but if used intelligently it can improve the user’s understanding of the problem.

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© EUROGRAPHICS The European Association for Computer Graphics 1994

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  • N. Bowers
  • K. W. Brodlie

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