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DEUSSEN, Oliver, ed., Christoph HANSELKA, ed., Daniel KEIM, ed., Dietmar SAUPE, ed., 2004. Joint Symposium on Visualization. Symposium on Visualization : VisSym 2004. Konstanz, May 19, 2004 - May 21, 2004. Aire-la-Ville:Eurographics Assoc.. ISBN 3-905673-07-X

@proceedings{Deussen2004Joint-40227, publisher={Eurographics Assoc.}, title={Joint Symposium on Visualization}, url={}, year={2004}, address={Aire-la-Ville}, editor={Deussen, Oliver and Hanselka, Christoph and Keim, Daniel and Saupe, Dietmar} }

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