IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization 2007 Papers on the web

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    Last updated on November 02, 2007.

    (Submitted: 116     Accepted: 27     Acceptance Rate: 23%)
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Chris North, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Jarke van Wijk, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Sunday, 11:15AM - 12:10AM

Visual Analysis of Network Traffic for Resource Planning, Interactive Monitoring, and Interpretation of Security Threats
Florian Mansmann, Daniel A. Keim (University at Konstanz), Stephen C. North (InfoVis Research Group, AT&T), Brian Rexroad, Daniel Sheleheda

AdaptiviTree: Adaptive Tree Visualization for Tournament-Style Brackets
Desney Tan, Greg Smith, Bongshin Lee, George Robertson (VIBE, Microsoft Research)

Sunday, 2:00PM - 3:40PM
InfoVis for the Masses

Many Eyes: A Site for Visualization at Internet Scale
Fernanda Viégas, Martin Wattenberg (Visual Communication Lab, IBM), Frank van Ham (TUE), Jesse Kriss, Matt McKeon (Visual Communication Lab, IBM)

Scented Widgets: Improving Navigation Cues with Embedded Visualizations
Wesley Willett, Jeffrey Heer, Maneesh Agrawala (Vis Lab, UC Berkeley)

Show Me: Automatic Presentation for Visual Analysis
Jock Mackinlay (User Interface Research, PARC), Pat Hanrahan (CG Lab, Stanford University), Chris Stolte (Tableau Software)

Casual Information Visualization: Depictions of Data in Everyday Life
Zachary Pousman, John Stasko (Information Interfaces Group, Georgia Tech), Michael Mateas (UC Santa Cruz)

Sunday, 4:15PM - 5:45PM
Best Paper (combined with Poster FastForward session)

Visualizing the History of Living Spaces
Yuri A Ivanov, Christopher R. Wren (MERL Research), Alexander Sorokin (UIUC), Ishwinder Kaur (MIT Media Lab)

Monday, 8:30AM - 10:10AM
Geographic Visualization

Geographically weighted visualization - interactive graphics for scale-varying exploratory analysis
Chris Brunsdon (University of Glamorgan), Jason Dykes (CIPS Group, City University London)

Legible Cities: Focus-Dependent Multi-Resolution Visualization of Urban Relationships
Remco Chang, Ginette Wessel, Robert Kosara, Eric Sauda, William Ribarsky (Charlotte Visualization Center, UNCC)

Interactive visual exploration of a large spatio-temporal data set: reflections on a geovisualization mashup
Jo Wood, Jason Dykes (CIPS Group, City University London), Aidan Slingsby (CASA, University College London), Keith Clarke (UC Santa Barbara)

Hotmap: Looking at Geographic Attention
Danyel Fisher (VIBE, Microsoft Research)

Monday, 10:30AM - 12:10PM
Novel Techniques

VisLink: Revealing Relationships Amongst Visualizations [preprint, technical report]
Christopher Collins (University of Toronto), Sheelagh Carpendale (InnoVis Lab, University of Calgary)

Visualization of Heterogeneous Data
Mike Cammarano (CG Lab, Stanford University), Xin (Luna) Dong (Database Group, University of Washington), Bryan Chan, Jeff Klingner (CG Lab, Stanford University), Justin Talbot, Alon Halevy (Database Group, University of Washington), Pat Hanrahan (CG Lab, Stanford University)

Sequential Document Visualization
Yi Mao, Joshua Dillon, Guy Lebanon (Purdue University)

A Taxonomy of Clutter Reduction for Information Visualisation
Geoffrey Ellis, Alan Dix (Lancaster University, UK)

Monday, 4:15PM - 5:55PM
Interaction and Animation

Toward a Deeper Understanding of the Role of Interaction in Information Visualization
Ji Soo Yi, Youn ah Kang, John T. Stasko (Information Interfaces Group, Georgia Tech), Julie A. Jacko (University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Interactive Tree Comparison for Co-located Collaborative Information Visualization
Petra Isenberg, Sheelagh Carpendale (InnoVis Lab, University of Calgary)

Animated Transitions in Statistical Data Graphics
Jeffrey Heer (Vis Lab, UC Berkeley), George Robertson (VIBE, Microsoft Research)

Browsing Zoomable Treemaps: Structure-Aware Multi-Scale Navigation Techniques
Renaud Blanch (UJF, University Joseph-Fourier), Éric Lecolinet (Telecom Paris)

Tuesday, 10:30AM - 12:10AM

Visualizing Causal Semantics using Animations
Nivedita Kadaba, Pourang Irani, Jason Leboe (University of Manitoba, Canada)

Spatialization Design: Comparing Points and Landscapes
Melanie Tory (University of Victoria, Canada), David W. Sprague, Fuqu Wu, Wing Yan So, Tamara Munzner (IMAGER Graphics, Visualization and HCI group, UBC)

Weaving versus Blending: A Quantitative Assessment of the Information Carrying Capacities of Two Alternative Methods for Conveying Multivariate Data with Color
Haleh Hagh-Shenas, Victoria Interrante (University of Minnesota), Christopher Healey (North Carolina State University), Sunghee Kim (University of Minnesota)

Overview use in multiple information resolution interfaces
Heidi Lam, Tamara Munzner (IMAGER Graphics, Visualization and HCI group, UBC), Robert Kincaid

Tuesday, 2:00PM - 3:40PM
Tree and Graph Visualization

Visualizing Changes of Hierarchical Data Using Treemaps
Ying Tu, Han-Wei Shen (Ohio State University)

Exploring Multiple Trees through DAG Representations
Martin Graham, Jessie Kennedy (Napier University, UK)

NodeTrix: a Hybrid Visualization of Social Networks
Nathalie Henry, Jean-Daniel Fekete (in|situ Team, INRIA), Michael J. McGuffin (ETS, Canada)

Multi-Level Graph Layout on the GPU
Yaniv Frishman, Ayellet Tal (CG&M, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology)