Choosing Colors for Geometric Graphs via Color Space Embeddings
Dillencourt, Michael B. and Eppstein, David and Goodrich, Michael T. (2007) Choosing Colors for Geometric Graphs via Color Space Embeddings. In: Graph Drawing 14th International Symposium, GD 2006, September 18-20, 2006, Karlsruhe, Germany , pp. 294-305 (Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-70904-6_29).
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Graph drawing research traditionally focuses on producing geometric embeddings of graphs satisfying various aesthetic constraints. After the geometric embedding is specified, there is an additional step that is often overlooked or ignored: assigning display colors to the graph's vertices. We study the additional aesthetic criterion of assigning distinct colors to vertices of a geometric graph so that the colors assigned to adjacent vertices are as different from one another as possible. We formulate this as a problem involving perceptual metrics in color space and we develop algorithms for solving this problem by embedding the graph in color space. We also present an application of this work to a distributed load-balancing visualization problem.
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