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Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? Hans Hagen (TU Kaiserslautern, IRTG 1131) Dirk Zeckzer (Fraunhofer IESE, IRTG 1131)
Seite 2 Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? Software Visualization Visualization of - Software Products static structure dynamic behavior algorithms metrics -Software Processes -Software Projects
Seite 3 Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? Software Visualization: State of the Practice Box-Plots Pie-Charts Histograms Bar-Charts Scatterplots Stacked bar-charts
Seite 4 Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? Software Visualization: State of the Art Mostly 2D visualizations 3D visualizations -Presented on conferences and workshops -Not widely used or extensively developed -Users are reluctant to use such visualizations Notable exception: 3D-Scatterplots (Miner3D)
Seite 5 Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? 3D Software Visualization: Hardware 1990s -Display techniques not yet mature 2000+: Display techniques improved -Higher resolution -Better and easier calibration -Stereo-Techniques
Seite 6 Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? 3D Software Visualization: Challenges 1990s -Extensive research -Little user acceptance 2000+: -Less research (InfoVis) -Better hardware and display techniques should further user acceptance -New studies are encouraging (Ware 2005)
Seite 7 Copyright © Fraunhofer IESE 2007 Is 3D-Visualization useful for Software Visualization? 3D Software Visualization: Challenges Use new, improved techniques Reevaluate previous techniques using current display technology Optimize previously developed 3D visualization techniques Develop new 3D visualization techniques and interaction metaphors
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