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An analysis of inductive user interfaces
(Lincoln University, 2004)
Task based interfaces, in the form of Inductive User Interfaces, are interfaces that are simplified by dividing features into more manageable and understandable screens. Inductive User Interfaces present the user with tasks ...
The role of interactive visualisation in developing shared understanding between stakeholders in natural resource decision-making: A case study of Te Waihora/Lake Ellesmere, Canterbury, New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Computer-aided visualisation has been used in a number of natural resource management applications with the aim of enhancing people's shared understanding of issues, but little evaluation of the effectiveness of the these ...
Supporting multiple output devices on an ad-hoc basis in visualisation
(Lincoln University, 2010)
In recent years, new visualisation techniques and devices, such as remote visualisation and stereoscopic displays, have been developed to help researchers. In a remote visualisation environment the user may want to see ...
Using mobile devices to access remote visualisations
(Lincoln University, 2013)
Visualisation is widely used in many areas to help people interpret data. People may wish to share the visualisation that they are currently using with others. Mobile devices provide one way to share a visualisation, but ...
Visualization for eResearch: past, present and future
(eResearch Australasia, 2008-10)
Visualization has been a part of computing for a long time, however with the growth in data produced by researchers and the computing resources available visualization capability has not developed in a way that provides ...
Visualising the influence of data structure choice on the performance of a distributed database system
(IEEE Computer Society, 2000-12)
The choice of data structure is an important decision in any software project. Application developers do not necessarily have a good understanding of how a particular system manages its data structures and how this might ...