Computer Network Visualization

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GOODALL, John, Florian MANSMANN, John GERTH, 2012. Computer Network Visualization. In: IEEE Network. 26(6), pp. 4-5. ISSN 0890-8044

@article{Goodall2012Compu-22544, title={Computer Network Visualization}, year={2012}, doi={10.1109/MNET.2012.6375886}, number={6}, volume={26}, issn={0890-8044}, journal={IEEE Network}, pages={4--5}, author={Goodall, John and Mansmann, Florian and Gerth, John} }

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