Visual abstraction of complex motion patterns

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JANETZKO, Halldór, Dominik JÄCKLE, Oliver DEUSSEN, Daniel A. KEIM, WONG, Pak Chung, ed., David L. KAO, ed., Ming C. HAO, ed., Chaomei CHEN, ed., 2014. Visual abstraction of complex motion patterns. IS&T/SPIE Electronic Imaging. San Francisco, California, USA. In: WONG, Pak Chung, ed., David L. KAO, ed., Ming C. HAO, ed., Chaomei CHEN, ed.. Visualization and Data Analysis 2014. SPIE, 90170J. Available under: doi: 10.1117/12.2035959

@inproceedings{Janetzko2014-02-03Visua-27888, title={Visual abstraction of complex motion patterns}, year={2014}, doi={10.1117/12.2035959}, number={9017}, publisher={SPIE}, series={SPIE Proceedings}, booktitle={Visualization and Data Analysis 2014}, editor={Wong, Pak Chung and Kao, David L. and Hao, Ming C. and Chen, Chaomei}, author={Janetzko, Halldór and Jäckle, Dominik and Deussen, Oliver and Keim, Daniel A.}, note={Article Number: 90170J} }

terms-of-use Deussen, Oliver 2014-05-21T10:02:05Z Visual abstraction of complex motion patterns Deussen, Oliver Keim, Daniel A. Hao, Ming C. 2014-02-03 eng Kao, David L. Jäckle, Dominik Chen, Chaomei Keim, Daniel A. Visualization and data analysis 2014 : 3 - 5 February 2014, San Francisco, California, United States ; proceedings IS&T/SPIE electronic imaging, science and technology / Pak Chung Wong ... (eds.). - Bellingham, Wash. : SPIE [u.a.], 2014. - 90170J. - (Proceedings of SPIE ; 9017). - ISBN 978-0-8194-9934-9 Today’s tracking devices allow high spatial and temporal resolutions and due to their decreasing size also an ever increasing number of application scenarios. However, understanding motion over time is quite difficult as soon as the resulting trajectories are getting complex. Simply plotting the data may obscure important patterns since trajectories over long time periods often include many revisits of the same place which creates a high degree of over-plotting. Furthermore, important details are often hidden due to a combination of large-scale transitions with local and small-scale movement patterns. We present a visualization and abstraction technique for such complex motion data. By analyzing the motion patterns and displaying them with visual abstraction techniques a synergy of aggregation and simplification is reached. The capabilities of the method are shown in real-world applications for tracked animals and discussed with experts from biology. Our proposed abstraction techniques reduce visual clutter and help analysts to understand the movement patterns that are hidden in raw spatiotemporal data. 2014-05-21T10:02:05Z Jäckle, Dominik Wong, Pak Chung Janetzko, Halldór Janetzko, Halldór

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