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Research Issues Related to the Visualization of Complex and Networked Systems

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4 Author(s)
Repperger, D.W. ; Air Force Res. Lab., AFRL/RHCV, Dayton, OH ; Havig, P.R. ; Aleva, D.L. ; Dixon, S.A.

A number of research issues are discussed on how best to visualize performance and vulnerability in complex and distributed network systems. A powerful paradigm would be to convey information about a distributed network to a decision maker using natural attributes of display systems such as color, shape, and other variables. Future visualizations are hypothesized to enable decision makers to better understand complex visualizations so they can allocate scarce resources to protect their networks.

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Aerospace and Electronics Conference, 2008. NAECON 2008. IEEE National

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16-18 July 2008