By Kawa Nazemi
This e-book introduces a singular strategy for clever visualizations that adapts the several visible variables and information processing to human’s habit and given initiatives. Thereby a few new algorithms and techniques are brought to fulfill the human desire of data and information and allow a usable and engaging method of data acquisition. each one procedure and set of rules is illustrated in a replicable technique to let the replica of the complete “SemaVis” process or elements of it. The brought evaluate is scientifically well-designed and played with good enough members to validate the advantages of the tools. Beside the brought new ways and algorithms, readers may well discover a refined literature assessment in details Visualization and visible Analytics, Semantics and data extraction, and clever and adaptive platforms. This e-book is predicated on an presented and amazing doctoral thesis in machine science.
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Thus Visual Analytics make use of more automatic processing and modeling techniques than information visualization, the model distinguishes visual analytics based on the role of the involvement of automatic (computer-based) methods. 4 illustrates the differentiation and introduces further the field of Semantics Visualization, which will be described more detailed in Chap. 3. In this work we use the definition of information visualization as defined by Card et al. . Thus Visual Analytics makes use of information visualization for the visual stages , we use the term information visualization for the visualization aspects of visual analytics too.
2 Visual Perception and Processing 25 better it can be processed. A green square, for example, in a sea of red circles can be better recognized preattentively than a red square. This phenomenon shows that there exist differences between the preattentive processing of visual features. For that reason Treisman expanded her model in later works [19, 21], not only proposing a strict dichotomy of features being processed serial or parallel. These are more two ends of a spectrum [19–21]. Treisman proposed in her theory two main stages of visual perception, the preattentive and the focused attention stage.