A taxonomy of dynamic ATC visualizations

Abstract : Air traffic control systems display information using multiple visual variables. The research described in this paper is an initial effort to develop a theory-driven approach to the characterization of user interfaces. We will focus on the displayed visual object and deliberately leave aside the interaction. In this article, we depict the state of the art in data visualization, and we characterize these systems using the Card, Mackinlay and Bertin model. This work helps characterize images more precisely, refines our understanding of the transformations of the raw data that generates them, as well as the role of perception in the interpretation of visualization.
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Christophe Hurter, Stéphane Conversy. A taxonomy of dynamic ATC visualizations. CARE-INO 2007, 6th Eurocontrol Innovative Research Workshop & Exhibition, Dec 2007, Brétigny-sur-Orge, France. pp 253-258. ⟨hal-01021973⟩

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