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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Huge amounts of various research data are produced and made publicly available in digital libraries. An important category is bivariate data (measurements of one variable versus the other). Examples of bivariate data include observations of temperature and ozone levels (e.g., in environmental observation), domestic production and unemployment (e.g., in economics), or education and income level levels (in the social sciences). For accessing these data, content-based retrieval is an importantdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-33290-6_31 fatcat:6lo6cqyhvrhqje5ouiv534bisu