Formalizing semantic spaces for information access
S. I. Fabrikant, B. P. Buttenfield 2001 Annals of the Association of American Geographers v91 p263-280
This article follows the adoption of information visualization tools by researchers in geography, computer science, and information science to explore very large data archives. Database content can be represented by a spatial or geographic metaphor. Various forms of spatialized views are critiqued in this article.
Subject: Physics:Other Sciences:Computer Science, Library Science, Geography Resource Type: Pedagogic Resources:Overview/Summary, Journal Article Research on Learning: Ways Of Learning:Visual Learning, Cognitive Domain:How information is organized
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