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Topology-Preserving Off-screen Visualization : Effects of Projection Strategy and Intrusion Adaption

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JÄCKLE, Dominik, Johannes FUCHS, Harald REITERER, 2017. Topology-Preserving Off-screen Visualization : Effects of Projection Strategy and Intrusion Adaption

@techreport{Jackle2017Topol-45077, title={Topology-Preserving Off-screen Visualization : Effects of Projection Strategy and Intrusion Adaption}, year={2017}, author={Jäckle, Dominik and Fuchs, Johannes and Reiterer, Harald} }

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