By Kawa Nazemi
This e-book introduces a unique method for clever visualizations that adapts the several visible variables and information processing to human’s habit and given projects. Thereby a couple of new algorithms and techniques are brought to fulfill the human desire of data and data and permit a usable and tasty means of data acquisition. each one process and set of rules is illustrated in a replicable method to permit the copy of the complete “SemaVis” procedure or elements of it. The brought review is scientifically well-designed and played with good enough contributors to validate some great benefits of the equipment. Beside the brought new ways and algorithms, readers may perhaps discover a refined literature evaluation in info Visualization and visible Analytics, Semantics and knowledge extraction, and clever and adaptive platforms. This ebook relies on an presented and distinctive doctoral thesis in machine science.
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