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State-of-the-Art Report of Visual Analysis for Event Detection in Text Data Streams

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WANNER, Franz, Andreas STOFFEL, Dominik JÄCKLE, Bum KWON, Andreas WEILER, Daniel A. KEIM, 2014. State-of-the-Art Report of Visual Analysis for Event Detection in Text Data Streams. EuroVis 2014 : the Eurographics Conference on Visualization. Swansea, UK, 9. Jun 2014 - 13. Jun 2014. In: MARGIT POHL ..., , ed.. EuroVis 2014 : the Eurographics Conference on Visualization ; 9-13 June 2014, Swansea, Wales, UK ; EuroVis - STARs. EuroVis 2014 : the Eurographics Conference on Visualization. Swansea, UK, 9. Jun 2014 - 13. Jun 2014. Eurographics Association, pp. 125-139

@inproceedings{Wanner2014State-30007, title={State-of-the-Art Report of Visual Analysis for Event Detection in Text Data Streams}, year={2014}, doi={10.2312/eurovisstar.20141176}, publisher={Eurographics Association}, booktitle={EuroVis 2014 : the Eurographics Conference on Visualization ; 9-13 June 2014, Swansea, Wales, UK ; EuroVis - STARs}, pages={125--139}, editor={Margit Pohl ...}, author={Wanner, Franz and Stoffel, Andreas and Jäckle, Dominik and Kwon, Bum and Weiler, Andreas and Keim, Daniel A.} }

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