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Christophe Hurter
Christophe Hurter
Professor at Fédération ENAC ISAE-SUPAERO ONERA, France. IPAL, Singapore
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FromDaDy: Spreading data across views to support iterative exploration of aircraft trajectories
C Hurter, B Tissoires, S Conversy
IEEE TVCG 15 (6), 1017-1024, 2009
250*2009
A review of temporal data visualizations based on space-time cube operations
B Bach, P Dragicevic, D Archambault, C Hurter, S Carpendale
Eurographics conference on visualization, 2014
2472014
Skeleton-based edge bundling for graph visualization
O Ersoy, C Hurter, F Paulovich, G Cantareiro, A Telea
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 17 (12), 2364-2373, 2011
2412011
Graph bundling by kernel density estimation
C Hurter, O Ersoy, A Telea
Computer graphics forum 31 (3pt1), 865-874, 2012
2142012
A descriptive framework for temporal data visualizations based on generalized space‐time cubes
B Bach, P Dragicevic, D Archambault, C Hurter, S Carpendale
Computer graphics forum 36 (6), 36-61, 2017
1882017
Data-driven storytelling
NH Riche, C Hurter, N Diakopoulos, S Carpendale
CRC Press, 2018
1742018
Understanding data videos: Looking at narrative visualization through the cinematography lens
F Amini, N Henry Riche, B Lee, C Hurter, P Irani
Proceedings of the 33rd Annual ACM conference on human factors in computing …, 2015
1662015
From movement tracks through events to places: Extracting and characterizing significant places from mobility data
G Andrienko, N Andrienko, C Hurter, S Rinzivillo, S Wrobel
2011 IEEE conference on visual analytics science and technology (VAST), 161-170, 2011
1592011
IATK: An immersive analytics toolkit
M Cordeil, A Cunningham, B Bach, C Hurter, BH Thomas, K Marriott, ...
2019 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR), 200-209, 2019
1372019
Scalable analysis of movement data for extracting and exploring significant places
G Andrienko, N Andrienko, C Hurter, S Rinzivillo, S Wrobel
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 19 (7), 1078-1094, 2012
1252012
Visualization, Selection, and Analysis of Traffic Flows
R Scheepens, C Hurter, H van de Wetering, J van Wijk
IEEE, 2015
1142015
Fiberclay: Sculpting three dimensional trajectories to reveal structural insights
C Hurter, NH Riche, SM Drucker, M Cordeil, R Alligier, R Vuillemot
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 25 (1), 704-714, 2018
1112018
Bundled Visualization of DynamicGraph and Trail Data
C Hurter, O Ersoy, S Fabrikant, T Klein, A Telea
Visualization and Computer Graphics, IEEE Transactions on 20 (8), 1141-1157, 2013
1092013
Animations 25 Years Later: New Roles and Opportunities
F Chevalier, NH Riche, C Plaisant, A Chalbi, C Hurter
AVI 2016, 2016
1032016
Moleview: An attribute and structure-based semantic lens for large element-based plots
C Hurter, A Telea, O Ersoy
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 17 (12), 2600-2609, 2011
1032011
State of the art in edge and trail bundling techniques
A Lhuillier, C Hurter, A Telea
Computer Graphics Forum 36 (3), 619-645, 2017
952017
Attribute-Driven Edge Bundling for General Graphs with Applications in Trail Analysis
V Peysakhovich, C Hurter, A Telea
Visualization Symposium (PacificVis), 2015 IEEE Pacific, 39-46, 2015
832015
Towards unambiguous edge bundling: Investigating confluent drawings for network visualization
B Bach, NH Riche, C Hurter, K Marriott, T Dwyer
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 23 (1), 541-550, 2016
792016
Data visceralization: Enabling deeper understanding of data using virtual reality
B Lee, D Brown, B Lee, C Hurter, S Drucker, T Dwyer
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 27 (2), 1095-1105, 2020
762020
A survey on artificial intelligence (ai) and explainable ai in air traffic management: Current trends and development with future research trajectory
A Degas, MR Islam, C Hurter, S Barua, H Rahman, M Poudel, D Ruscio, ...
Applied Sciences 12 (3), 1295, 2022
672022
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