Techniques for precision-based visual analysis of projected data

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SCHRECK, Tobias, Tatiana von LANDESBERGER, Sebastian BREMM, 2010. Techniques for precision-based visual analysis of projected data. In: Information Visualization. 9(3), pp. 181-193. ISSN 1473-8716. Available under: doi: 10.1057/ivs.2010.2

@article{Schreck2010Techn-17407, title={Techniques for precision-based visual analysis of projected data}, year={2010}, doi={10.1057/ivs.2010.2}, number={3}, volume={9}, issn={1473-8716}, journal={Information Visualization}, pages={181--193}, author={Schreck, Tobias and Landesberger, Tatiana von and Bremm, Sebastian} }

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