21DF-browser: A multiple fisheye distortion technique for visualizing and navigating hierarchies with large number of leaves
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- Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Visualization, 2004, 8 pp. 277 - 284
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This paper presents a new multi-level focus+context technique for visualizing and manipulating hierarchies which contain large number of leaves. Our technique uses an ordinary 2D Hyperbolic Tree Browser to display the major structure of hierarchies while a 1D distortion-based fisheye menu is also used to assist the display of those sub-hierarchies containing large number of leaf nodes. This significantly solves the problem of inefficient use of the display space when a user navigates, using a Hyperbolic Tree Browser, through a portion of the hierarchy containing a large number of leaves.
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