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Spatio-temporal visualisations (e.g. space-time cube) offer a method to observe interactions andpatterns that may not be apparent in a traditional two-dimensional view. Yet the mapping of such timeseries data can still easily lead to visual clutter, leading to the development of abstracting REMO(Relative Motion) and ARM (Adaptive Relative Motion) techniques. ARM uses greedy or simulatedannealing algorithms to optimally reorder object-time matrices from an arbitrary object order at eachtimedoi:10.17608/k6.auckland.9846290.v1 fatcat:s6h3gijuunghjd73gexd56jb4u