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Navigation and Coordination Primitives for Multidimensional Visual Browsers *
 

Summary: Navigation and Coordination Primitives for
Multidimensional Visual Browsers *
Allison Woodruff, Alan Su, Michael Stonebraker, Caroline Paxson, Jolly
Chen, and Alexander Aiken
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California at Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720 USA
email: tioga@postgres.berkeley.edu
Peter Wisnovsky and Cimarron Taylor +
Illustra Information Technologies, Inc.
1111 Broadway, Suite 2000
Oakland, CA 94607 USA
Abstract
This paper describes extensions to the Tioga flight­simulator browsing protocol presented by
Stonebraker et al. (1993a). These extensions allow users to navigate a multidimensional data space
using sophisticated zooming capabilities. This design also allows users to move easily between
different multidimensional spaces. Tunneling between different data spaces is shown to be a
substantial generalization of hyperlinks in a hypermedia system. Finally, our design provides for
the coordination of multiple browsers. This preserves context and allows users to explore multiple
paths simultaneously.

  

Source: Aiken, Alex - Department of Computer Science, Stanford University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences