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The understanding of data is highly relevant to how one senses and perceives them. The existing approaches for classification have been developed mainly based on exploring the intrinsic structure of dataset itself less or no emphasis paid on simulating human visual cognition. A new hyper surface classification method (HSC) has been studied since 2002. HSC is a universal classification method, in which a model of hyper surface is obtained by adoptively dividing the sample space and then the hyper surface is directly used to classify large database based on Jordan curve theorem in topology. In this paper we point out that HSC is a cognitive data visualization method. Simulation results show the effectiveness of the proposed method on large test data with complex distribution and high density. In particular, we show that HSC can very often bring a significant reduction of computation effort without loss of prediction capability.