The dataflow model : a characterization and a data exploration tool

Abstract : Current Air Traffic Control (ATC) activities employ two kinds of visualization systems: real-time traffic views, which are used by Air Traffic Controllers (ATCos) to monitor aircraft positions, and data analysis systems, used by experts to analyze past traffic recording (e.g. conflict analysis or traffic workload forecast). Both types of systems employ complex and dynamic visualizations, displaying hundreds of data that must be understandable with the minimum of cognitive workload.
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Christophe Hurter. The dataflow model : a characterization and a data exploration tool. INFOVIS 2009, IEEE Information Visualization Conference, Oct 2009, Atlantic City, United States. ⟨hal-00904545⟩

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