Hesser's variation

Hesser's variation

[′hes·ərz ‚ver·ē‚ā·shən]
(computer science)
A variation of a Kiviat graph in which all variables are arranged so that their plots approach the circumference of the graph as the system being evaluated approaches saturation, and the scales on the various axes may not cover the full 0-100% range, or may be in units other than percent.