Technische Universität Dresden

Technische Visualistik

BrainDump: An Interface for Visual Information-Gathering During Web Browsing Sessions

11th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies

Abstract

In this demo-paper a software prototype called BrainDump is described. The approach is focusing on information gathering during web browsing sessions. While performing such a task, the structure and amount of needed data is not known in advance. The system provides the functionality to create and manipulate visual images of mental connections in a dynamic way. Therefore only one single step of interaction is needed. Furthermore the user can follow links back to the source of information, annotate content and hierarchically group collected items.

BibTex entry formatted

Marius Brade, Jörg Heseler, Rainer Groh (2011). BrainDump: An Interface for Visual Information-Gathering During Web Browsing Sessions. In: 11th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies S.25:1–25:3

BibTex entry

@article {brade_i-know, author = {Marius Brade, Jörg Heseler, Rainer Groh}, title = {BrainDump: An Interface for Visual Information-Gathering During Web Browsing Sessions}, journal = {11th International Conference on Knowledge Management and Knowledge Technologies}, year = {2011}, pages = {25:1--25:3} }