Prof.Oliver Deussen, Visual Computing, University of Konstanz
Monday, February 20, 2023, 12:00
Building 9, Level 2, Room 2325, Hall 2
Inevitably, the projection of most graph structures on two-dimensional screens will create errors and therefore visually wrong impressions. In the past, two types of methods have been developed to minimize projection errors and distribute them in a visually pleasing way. The first group of methods, force-directed layouts, interpret the links of a graph as physical springs, while stress-based methods minimize an energy function, which aims to map graph distances faithfully.