Graph Drawing and Applications for Software and Knowledge Engineers
This book is useful for readers who want to visualize graphs as representing structural knowledge in a variety of fields. It gives an outline of the whole field, describes in detail the representative methods for drawing graphs, explains extensions such as fisheye and dynamic drawing, presents many practical applications, and discusses ways of evaluation. It makes the intuitive understanding of these easier by using examples and diagrams, and provides a wealth of references for those readers who wish to know more.
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A Framework for Automatic Graph Drawing Methods
Outlines of Automatic Graph Drawing Methods
Details of Automatic Graph Drawing Methods
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