A framework for visual data mining of structures

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Visual data mining has been established to eectively analyze large, complex numerical data sets. Especially, the extraction and visualization of inherent structures such as hierarchies and networks has made a significant leap forward. However, it is still a challenging task for users to explore explicitly given large structures. In this paper, we approach this task by tightly coupling visualization and graph-theoretical methods. Therefore, we investigate if and how visualization can benefit...




Schulz, H. J., Nocke, T., & Schumann, H. (2006). A framework for visual data mining of structures. In Conferences in Research and Practice in Information Technology Series (Vol. 48, pp. 157–166).

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