- TreeJuxtaposer: Scalable Tree Comparison using Focus+Context with Guaranteed Visibility
- Tamara Munzner, Francois Guimbretiere, Serdar Tasiran, Li Zhang, and Yunhong Zhou.
- SIGGRAPH 2003
- Visual diff for trees.
- Guest Editor's Introduction to Special Issue on Information Visualization
- Tamara Munzner
- IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications Special Issue on Information Visualization, 22(1), Jan/Feb 2002, pp 20-21.
- In this short introduction I briefly describe the goals of the
field of information visualization to set the stage for the
four accepted papers in this special issue, for which I was
the guest editor.
- An initial examination of ease of use for 2D and 3D information visualizations of web content
- Kirsten Risden, Mary P. Czerwinski, Tamara Munzner, Daniel B. Cook
- International Journal of Human Computer Studies, Vol. 53, No. 5, November 2000, pp 695-714.
- This paper discusses a user study conducted at Microsoft
Research that found a statistically significant improvement in task
time when a novel web browser that included the H3Viewer was compared
to more traditional browsers.
- Interactive Visualization of Large Graphs and Networks
- Tamara Munzner
- Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University, June 2000.
- My dissertation includes a chapter each on the H3, Planet
Multicast, and Constellation projects, with much more analysis than
appeared in any of the original papers.
- Artistic Multiprojection Rendering
- Maneesh Agrawala, Denis Zorin, Tamara Munzner
*Proceedings of the 11th Eurographics Rendering Workshop*, June 26-28 2000, pp 125-136. These proceedings were also published as Rendering Techniques 2000, B. Peroche and H. Rushmeier, eds, Springer, 2000.- A paper on interactive rendering of scenes where objects can
have different projections, as in the simulaneous multiple viewpoints
of Cubist paintings.
- Constellation: A Visualization Tool For Linguistic Queries from MindNet
- Tamara Munzner and François Guimbretière and George Robertson
*Proceedings of the 1999 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization*, October 25-26 1999, San Francisco, CA, 1999, pp 132-135.- A paper on a 2D interactive system which uses a custom graph
layout algorithm and many perceptual channels to help computational
linguists debug their algorithms for generating and using large
semantic networks.
- Drawing Large Graphs with H3Viewer and Site Manager
- Tamara Munzner
*Proceedings of Graph Drawing '98*, Montreal, Canada, August 1998, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1547, pp. 384-393, Springer-Verlag.- A paper which presents the H3Viewer guaranteed frame rate
drawing algorithm, along with a brief review of the H3 layout
algorithm for context. Very large graphs can be navigated at a
constant frame rate, as long as the entire graph can fit into main
memory. The viewer is custom OpenGL/C++ code. My implementation of
the algorithm discussed here was shipped with the Site Manager 1.1
software from SGI. The source is available for free
noncommercial use.
- Exploring Large Graphs in 3D Hyperbolic Space
- Tamara Munzner
*IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications*, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp 18-23, July/August 1998.- An article which briefly reviews the H3 layout and H3Viewer
drawing algorithms. The main new material here is a discussion about
possible tasks for graph drawing beyond the global overview
problem.
- H3: Laying Out Large Directed Graphs in 3D Hyperbolic Space
- Tamara Munzner
*Proceedings of the 1997 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization*, October 20-21 1997, Phoenix, AZ, pp 2-10, 1997.- A paper that presents a much improved layout algorithm that
exploits some of the properties of 3D hyperbolic space to achieve
reasonable information density. The viewer is a highly modified
version of Geomview, which supports manual subtree collapse and
expansion. My implementation of the algorithm discussed here was shipped
with the Site Manager 1.0 software from SGI.
- Visualizing the Global Topology of the MBone
- Tamara Munzner and Eric Hoffman and K. Claffy and Bill Fenner
*Proceedings of the 1996 IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization*, October 28-29 1996, San Francisco, CA, pp 85-92, 1996.- A case study describing the Planet Multicast project: an
interactive 3D geographic
visualization of the Internet's multicast backbone, where tunnels
are shown as arcs on a globe.
- Visualizing the Structure of the World Wide Web in 3D Hyperbolic Space
- Tamara Munzner and Paul Burchard
*Proceedings of VRML '95*(San Diego, California, December 14-15, 1995), special issue of Computer Graphics, pp 33-38, ACM SIGGRAPH, New York, 1995.- The first of my hyperbolic papers. The layout algorithm is the
the most straightforward extension of cone trees to 3D hyperbolic
space. The viewer is Geomview/WebOOGL. The system allows neither
manual nor automatic collapsing of the graph, so scalability is
extremely limited.
- Interactive Methods for Visualizable Geometry
- Andrew J. Hanson and Tamara Munzner and George Francis
*IEEE Computer*, Vol. 27, No. 4, pp 73-83, July 1994.- A survey article about interactive mathematical
visualization, includes many pictures.
- Geomview: a system for geometric visualization,
- Nina Amenta, Stuart Levy, Tamara Munzner and Mark Phillips.
- communication to the
*Proceedings of the 11th Annual ACM Symposium on Computational Geometry*(1995), pp C12-13. - Same as below, but aimed at the computational geometry community.
- Geomview: An Interactive Geometry Viewer
- Mark Phillips and Silvio Levy and Tamara Munzner
*Notices of the American Mathematical Society*(Computers and Mathematics Column), Vol. 40, No.8, pp 985-988, October 1993.- A short note announcing the release of Geomview, a public domain 3D visualization system.

Tamara Munzner

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