The process of retrieving information for literature review purposes differs from traditional web information retrieval. Literature reviews differentiate between the weightiness of the retrieved data segments. For example, citations and their accompanying information, such as cited author, citation context etc., are a very important consideration when searching for relevant information in literature. However, this information is integrated into a scientific paper, in rich interrelationships, making it very complicated for standard search systems to present and track them efficiently. In this paper, we demonstrate a system,
, in the form of a visualized star-centered approach that introduces the rich citation interrelationships to the searchers in an effective and navigational appearance.