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Human-Computer Interaction INTERACT '97
This paper presents a model for presenting relational information as a graph in three dimensions, where the emphasis is on the location of nodes by recognition of their locality in the drawing rather than the tracing of paths through the graph. The approach exploits the potential of 3D to present graphs with a high number of nodes specific to an individual user, such as a graph of web-page bookmarks. The key element is the creation of a memorable structure that contains a variety ofdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35175-9_8 fatcat:jm2omu5uu5ab3fevdasytthcba