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I am pleased to announce the publication of new book in Morgan & Claypool’s
series on Visualization.

 

Visual Analysis of Multilayer Networks

Fintan McGee, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

Benjamin Renoust, Osaka University

Daniel Archambault, Swansea University

Mohammad Ghoniem, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

Andreas Kerren, Linkoping University

Bruno Pinaud, University of Bordeaux

Margit Pohl, Vienna University of Technology

Benoît Otjacques, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

Guy Melançon, University of Bordeaux

Tatiana von Landesberger, University of Cologne

ISBN: 9781636391434 | PDF ISBN: 9781636391441 | Hardcover ISBN:
9781636391458

Copyright © 2021 | 150 Pages

 

http://www.morganclaypoolpublishers.com/catalog_Orig/product_info.php?produc
ts_id=1640

 

Abstract
The emergence of multilayer networks as a concept from the field of complex
systems provides many new opportunities for the visualization of network
complexity, and has also raised many new exciting challenges. The multilayer
network model recognizes that the complexity of relationships between
entities in real-world systems is better embraced as several interdependent
subsystems (or layers) rather than a simple graph approach. Despite only
recently being formalized and defined, this model can be applied to problems
in the domains of life sciences, sociology, digital humanities, and more.
Within the domain of network visualization there already are many existing
systems, which visualize data sets having many characteristics of multilayer
networks, and many techniques, which are applicable to their visualization.
In this Synthesis Lecture, we provide an overview and structured analysis of
contemporary multilayer network visualization. This is not only for
researchers in visualization, but also for those who aim to visualize
multilayer networks in the domain of complex systems, as well as those
solving problems within application domains. We have explored the
visualization literature to survey visualization techniques suitable for
multilayer network visualization, as well as tools, tasks, and analytic
techniques from within application domains. We also identify the research
opportunities and examine outstanding challenges for multilayer network
visualization along with potential solutions and future research directions
for addressing them.

 

Table of Contents
Preface / Figure Credits / Introduction and Overview / Multilayer Networks
Across Domains / The Layer as an Entity / Task Taxonomy for Multilayer
Networks / Visualization of Nodes and Relationships Across Layers /
Interacting with and Analyzing Multilayer Networks / Attribute Visualization
and Multilayer Networks / Evaluation of Multilayer Network Visualization
Systems and Techniques / Conclusions / Bibliography / Authors' Biographies /
List of Figures

 

Synthesis Lectures on Visualization
SERIES EDITORS:

David Ebert, University of Oklahoma

Niklas Elmqvist, University of Maryland

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<https://www.morganclaypoolpublishers.com/catalog_Orig/index.php?cPath=22&so
rt=2a&series=63> &sort=2a&series=63

 

With regards,

 

Brent Beckley
Direct Marketing Manager
Morgan & Claypool Publishers

 <https://twitter.com/MorganClaypool> @MorganClaypool (Twitter)

 



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