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Using a Degree-of-Interest Model for Adaptive Visualizations in Protégé. 9th Intl. Protégé Conference

By Margaret-anne Storey

Abstract

Visualizations are commonly used as a cognitive aid for presenting large ontologies and instance data. One challenge with these visual techniques is that the generated views are often very dense and complex. It is difficult to know which concepts to include in the visualization to meet a user’s information needs. In this talk, we present recent work that proposes using an attention-reactive interface to provide adaptive visualizations in Protégé. This furthers our recent work in providing visualization “on demand ” for maintenance, editing, and understanding tasks by drawing users ’ attention to concepts of interest within the context of the current task. 1

Year: 2006
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