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CrossComp: Comparing Multiple Artists Performing Similar Modeling Tasks
Jonathan D. Denning, Fabio Pellacini
Dartmouth TR2014-760

Abstract: In two previous papers, we have focused on summarizing and visualizing the edits of a single workflow and visualizing and merging the edits of two independent workflows. In this paper, we focus on visualizing the similarities and dissimilarities of many workflows where digital artists perform similar tasks. The tasks have been chosen so each artist starts and ends with a common state. We show how to leverage the previous work to produce a visualization tool that allows for easy scanning through the workflows.


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