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[Springer, 2011]

Type: Book/Paperback
Authors: Colin Ware
Pages: 286
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Publication Date: 2011

Time is an exceptional dimension that is common to many application domains such as medicine, engineering, business, science, biography, history, planning, or project management. Understanding time-oriented data enables us to learn from the past in order to predict, plan, and build the future. Due to the distinct characteristics of time, appropriate visual and analytical methods are required to explore and analyze them.

ISBN 978-0-85729-079-3

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