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24-Sept

(Sat)

18:00 - 21:00 Registration

25-Sept

(Sun)

8:45 - 9:00 Opening Remarks
9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speech 1
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:30 Session 1: Visualization Applications
12:30 - 13:45 Lunch (on your own)
13:45 - 15:45 Session 2: Visualization Methodologies
15:45 - 16:30 Coffee Break & Poster Viewing
16:30 - 20:30 Banquet at Southfork Ranch

26-Sept

(Mon)

9:00 - 10:00 Keynote Speech 2
10:00 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 12:15 Session 3: Evaluation and Cognition
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch (on your own)
13:30 - 15:00 Session 4: Visual Analytics
15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break
15:30 - 16:30 Session 5: Computational Aesthetics
16:30 - 17:30 Session 6: Panel
17:30 - 18:00 Closing Remarks & VINCI '17 Announcement

The registration desk will be open from 8:30 in the mornings at Sunday and Monday.
[FP] = Full Paper; [SP] = Short Paper; [P] = Poster

 

Sunday, September 25

Session 1: Visualization Applications (10:30-12:30)
Session Chair: Shigeo Takahashi

  • The Dynamic Call Graph Matrix [FP]
    Michael Burch


  • BranchingSets: Interactively Visualizing Categories on Node-Link Diagrams [FP]
    Francesco Paduano, Ronak Etemadpour and Angus Forbes


  • A Guided Tour of Literature Review: Facilitating Academic Paper Reading with Narrative Visualization [FP]
    Yun Wang, Dongyu Liu, Huamin Qu, Qiong Luo and Xiaojuan Ma 


  • IDSPlanet: A Novel Radial Visualization of Intrusion Detection Alerts [SP]
    Yang Shi, Yaoxue Zhang, Fangfang Zhou, Ying Zhao, Guojun Wang, Ronghua Shi and Xing Liang


  • Bus Lines Explorer: Interactive Exploration of Public Transportation Data [SP]
    Rainer Splechtna, Alexandra Diehl, Mai El-Shehaly, Claudio Delrieux, Denis Gracanin and Kresimir Matkovic


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Session 2: Visualization Methodologies (13:45-15:45)
Session Chair: Angus Forbes

  • Enhancing Infographics Based on Symmetry Saliency [FP]
    Kouhei Yasuda, Shigeo Takahashi and Hsiang-Yun Wu


  • Deep Exploration of Multidimensional Data with Linkable Scatterplots [FP]
    Quang Vinh Nguyen, Simeon Simoff, Yu Qian and Maolin Huang


  • Visibility Widgets: Managing Occlusion of Quantitative Data in 3D Terrain Visualization [FP]
    Martin Röhlig and Heidrun Schumann


  • Eliciting Tacit Expertise in 3D Volume Segmentation [FP]
    Ruth West, Cindy Grimm, Max Parola, Meghan Kajihara, Anahita Sanandaji, Jeremy Deutsch, Luke Hillard, Brandon Lane, Kathryn Hays and Anne Carlew


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Poster Viewing Session (15:45-16:30)

  • EduVis: Visualization for Education Knowledge Graph Based on Web Data [P]
    Kai Sun, Yuhua Liu, Zongchao Guo and Changbo Wang


  • Visualizing Time-Variant Sets on a Handheld Device [P]
    Iliesa S. K. Delai, Meilan Jin and Geoffrey M. Draper


  • Interactive Exploration of Multidimensional YouTube Data Using the GPLOM Technique [P]
    Seimei Matsusaki, Xi Han, Alark Joshi and Sophie Engle


  • Visual Communication Power Construction and Multimodal Discourse Analysis of Tobacco Control Advertising [P]
    Qian Wang and Bing Xiao


  • The Effect of Color on Short-term Memory in Information Visualization [P]
    Xin Kang


  • Design for the Future: Incorporating Cradle to Cradle Design into our Street [P]
    Yinan Li and Jian Wang


  • VolSelectAware: Visual-Cognition Coupled Non-Visual Data-Driven Volume Selection for Immersive Scientific Visualizations [P]
    Daniel Wilches and Amy Banic


  • Visual Analysis of TED Talk Topic Trends [P]
    Sarah Hong, Yuyi Liu and Zhao Xiao


  • A Mapping of Color Information from Input Images to Generated Polygons: A Case Study of Visual Design of Epoxy-Terrazzo Artistry [P]
    Jie Wu and Guangxi Chen


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Monday, September 26

Session 3: Evaluation and Cognition (10:30-12:15)
Session Chair: Michael Burch

  • A Comparative Study on Inter-Device Interaction: One-Handed Interaction VS Two-Handed Interaction [FP]
    Zheng Huang, Jed Limke and Jun Kong


  • What Makes You Think This Is a Map? Suggestions for Creating Map-like Visualisations [FP]
    Patrick Cheong-Iao Pang, Robert P. Biuk-Aghai and Muye Yang


  • How People Deploy Dimensional Information to Estimate Relative Values [FP]
    Yi-Na Li and Dong-Jin Li


  • Do Defaults Matter? Evaluating the Effect of Defaults on User Preference for Multi-Class Scatterplots [SP]
    Casey Haber, Lyndon Ong Yiu, Alark Joshi and Sophie Engle


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Session 4: Visual Analytics (13:30-15:00)
Session Chair: Yu Qian

  • Supporting Collaborative Political Decision Making – An Interactive Policy Process Visualization System [FP]
    Tobias Ruppert, Andreas Bannach, Jürgen Bernard, Hendrik Lücke-Tieke, Alex Ulmer and Jörn Kohlhammer


  • Visual Analysis of User-Driven Association Rule Mining [FP]
    Hui Lei, Cong Xie, Pingping Shang, Fan Zhang, Wei Chen and Qunsheng Peng


  • Spatiotemporal Analytics of Topic Trajectory [SP]
    Jiangen He and Chaomei Chen


  • A Hybrid Approach for Event Social Influence Visualization [SP]
    Wenqian Ji, Yan Tang, Pengju Ma, Shijie Tang, Zhipeng Fang, Xuan Li and Tianjian Chen


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Session 5: Computational Aesthetics (15:30-16:30)
Session Chair: Robert Biuk-Aghai

  • Adaptively Tiled Image Mosaics Utilizing Measures of Color and Region Entropy [FP]
    Lina Zhang, Kwan-Liu Ma and Jinhui Yu


  • Generation of Miro’s Surrealism [FP]
    Lu Xiong and Kang Zhang


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Session 6: Panel  (16:30-17:30)
Facilitating Visualization Capacity Building

Organizers and Chairs: Vetria L. Byrd (Purdue University) and Joseph A. Cottam (CREST/Indiana University)
Panel Members: Vetria L. Byrd (Purdue University), Joseph A. Cottam (CREST/Indiana University), Georges Grinstein (University of Massachusetts Lowell), Paul Fishwick (UT Dallas), and Jey Veerasamy (UT Dallas)
 

Visualization plays an important role in discovery and insight. As a tool, visualization is often times utilized as a light in a sea of data providing insight to large, complex datasets. The scientific community and society at large are the beneficiaries of the utility visualization brings. As more and more data is created and consumed persons with knowledge of the visualization process, applications, methods and techniques will continue to be in demand in all fields with data visualization needs. The purposes of this panel are two-fold: (1) to discuss the need for facilitating visualization capacity building: incorporating visualization early and often into computing and other educational programs to equip students with transferrable skillsets that are in demand in the global workforce and (2) to facilitate a discussion on what knowledge base is needed to build and strengthen visualization capacity of users in visualization application domains.


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Hitotsubashi Hall

Conference Banquet
Southfork Ranch, made famous by the Ewing Family in the popular television series "Dallas"
3700 Hogge Road
Parker TX 75002
USA

Finding Us
Visual Computing Lab
Department of Computer Science
The University of Texas at Dallas
Richardson, TX 75080-3021, USA
Tel: +1-972-8836351(direct)
Email: xxw140330@utdallas.edu


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