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- Visual Query Interface for Infrastructure Networks
- MADucator – Matrix Educator
- Concensus Matrix Sort
- Multiscale Multiples: An Overview+Detail Interface for Small Multiples
- Analyzing Image Similarity to Detect Disguised Plagiarism
- Tackling the Multi-Analyst Problem in Soccer: How to Improve Collaborative Pattern Detection in Team Sports
- MDSQ – Quality Assessment of Distance-Preserving Projections
- Internal Quality Measures for Subspace Clusterings
- Exploration of Datasets for Visualizations of High-Dimensional Data
- Search and Visual Exploration of Scientific Literature
- Star Glyph – Optimal Dimension Layout
- Visual Analytics of Molecular Neurochemicals and Biological Markers in Mental Illness
- Ensembles of classifiers: Visual construction of classification models
- Cutting-Down the Complexity of Parallel Coordinates Plots in High-Dimensional Data
- Investigating Analytic Behavior in VA
- Hierarchical Matrix Visualization
- Realisierung und Evaluierung einer stereoskopischen 3D Perspective Wall Umgebung für verlinkte Informationsvisualisierung (Master)
- Combination of Matrices + Graphs
- TreeMap Evaluation
- Visual Analysis of Language Change over Time
- Visual Parameter Space Analysis of Topic Models
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Modern infrastructure networks such as power grids incorporate data of different origin and types.
Elements consist often exist in the geographic and in the topological view of a network. For example, a power cable connecting two houses can either be described as a simple short line between them (topology) or as the complex path it follows in ground (geography).
Often these different representations are looked at and searched separately without a single interface to access all information at once.
To enable users and researchers to explore different aspects of a complex infrastructure network and to quickly respond to critical situations such as power outages a comprehensive understanding all aspects of the network is required. Depending on the source and format of the data different query parameters and types need to be used and combined.
Goal of this project is the development of a visual search interface that allows the construction of user defined queries in different representations of a power grid network.
- Research existing solutions
- Design and implement a visual query interface for Infrastructure networks combining geographical and topological features.
- Suggest query parameters and query types
- Execute queries on a existing database (most preprocessing is already done)
- Display results to end users
- (Get feedback from end users and evaluate responses)
- Good programming and database usage skills
- Interest in learning domain specific language and concepts
- Scope: Bachelor
- 3 Months Project, 3 Months Thesis