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Adaptive Labeling for Interactive Mobile Information Systems

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Textual annotations are important elements in all but the simplest visual interfaces. In order to integrate textual annotations smoothly into the dynamic graphical content of interactive information systems, fast yet high-quality label layout algorithms are required. With the ongoing pervasion of mobile applications these requirements are shifted from workstations to comparatively low-performance mobile devices. Fortunately, ubiquitous network access is also on the advance, so that mobile applications can employ remote layout services on external workstations. This paper presents two novel label layout algorithms for relevance-driven dynamic visualizations in interactive information systems. They are employed to generate adaptive visualizations in a mobile maintenance support scenario

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Tenth International Conference on Information Visualisation (IV'06)

Date of Conference:

5-7 July 2006