Visualization 2000 - Oct. 8-13, 2000 - Salt Lake City, Utah

Sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Visualization and Graphics

IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization 2000
(InfoVis 2000)

October 9-10, 2000
Hilton Salt Lake City Center
Salt Lake City, Utah

InfoVis 2000 Final Program

October 9


8:30 - 10:00

Keynote Address

  Chairs: Steve Roth and Daniel Keim

Presentation, Visualization, What's Next, Jock D. Mackinlay, University of Aarhus, Denmark

10:00 - 12:00

Papers I: Visual Querying and Data Exploration

  Chair: Robert Spence

(1) Polaris: A System for Query, Analysis, and Visualization of Multi-Dimensional Relational Databases, Chris Stolte and Pat Hanrahan, Stanford University


(2) Getting Portals to Behave, Chris Olston, Stanford University, and Allison Woodruff, Xerox PARC


(3) A Scalable Framework for Information Visualization, Matthias Kreuseler, Heidrun Schumann, and Norma Lopez, University of Rostock

1:30 - 3:00

Papers II: Graphs and Hierarchies

  Chair: Stephen North

(1) Visualizing Massive Multi-Digraphs, Jeffrey Korn and James Abello, AT&T Labs


(2) Density Functions for Visual Attributes and Effective Partitioning in Graph Visualization, Ivan Herman, Guy Melancon, and M. Scott Marshall, Centre for Mathematics and Computer Sciences (CWI)


(3) Focus+Context Display and Navigation Techniques for Enhancing Radial, Space-Filling Hierarchy Visualizations, John Stasko and Eugene Zhang, Georgia Tech

3:30 - 5:00

Papers III: Taxonomies, Frameworks, and Methodology

  Chair: Stuart Card

(1) A Taxonomy of Visualization Techniques Using the Data State Reference Model, Ed Chi, Xerox PARC


(2) GADGET/IV: A Taxonomic Approach to Semi-Automatic Design of Information Visualization Applications Using Modular Visualization Environment, Issei Fujishiro, Rika Furuhata, Yoshihiko Ichikawa, and Yuriko Takeshima, Ochanomizu University


(3) Redefining the Focus and Context of Focus+Context Visualizations, Staffan Bjork, and Johan Redstrom, The Interactive Institute


(4) From Metaphor to Method: Cartographic Perspectives on Information Visualization, André Skupin, University of New Orleans


(5) Information Content Measures of Visual Displays, Julie Yang-Peláez, and Woodie C. Flowers, MIT


(6) Visualizing Sequential Patterns for Text Mining, Pak Chung Wong, Wendy Cowley, Harlan Foote, Elizabeth Jurrus, and Jim Thomas, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

5:15 - 6:00

Late Breaking Hot Topics I

  Chair: Keith Andrews

(1) Star Coordinates: A Multi-dimensional Visualization Technique with Uniform Treatment of Dimensions, Eser Kandogan, IBM


(2) Visual Question Maps as Search Aids, Terry Sullivan, Cathleen Norris, and Robert Pavur, University of North Texas


(3) Discussion


October 10


8:30 - 10:00

Applications I: Document Visualization, Collaborative Visualization, Techniques

  Chair: Jim Thomas

(1) ThemeRiver: Visualizing Theme Changes over Time, Susan Havre, Beth Hetzler, and Lucy Nowell, Battelle Pacific Northwest Division


(2) Lighthouse: Showing the Way to Relevant Information, Anton Leuski, and James Allan, University of Massachusetts


(3) New Methods for the Visualization of Electric Power System Information, Thomas J. Overbye, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Jamie D. Weber, PowerWorld Corporation


(4) Collaborative Geographic Visualization: Enabling Shared Understanding of Environmental Processes, Alan M. MacEachren, and Isaac Brewer, Penn State University

10:30 - 12:00

Late Breaking Hot Topics II

  Chair: Nahum Gershon

(1) Congestion Control in Mobile Networks, K.R. Subramanian, and T. A. Dahlberg, UNCC


(2) Should the Elements of Diagrams Be Rendered in 3D? Pourang Irani and Colin Ware, University of New Hampshire


(3) OmniViz Pro: Applying Multiple Interactive Visualizations for the Life and Chemical Sciences, Deborah A. Payne, Cory Albright, Gus J. Calapristi, Randy Scarberry, Leigh Williams, Vern Crow, Gregory S. Thomas, Sean Zabriskie, Susan Havre, and Jeffrey D. Saffer, OmniViz Inc.


(4) Graph Drawing 2000: A Look Across the Fence, Stephen C. North, AT&T Labs


(5) Discussion

1:30 - 3:00

Applications II: Algorithm Visualization, 3D Navigation

  Chair: Mark Derthick

(1) Interactive Problem Solving Via Algorithm Visualization, Pearl Pu, Group of Ergonomics of Intelligent Systems & Design, Database Laboratory, Swiss Institute of Technology, and Denis Lalanne, LIA-CERI, Universite d'Avignon et des Pays de Vaucluse


(2) Metaphor-Aware 3D Navigation, C. Russo Dos Santos, Eurécom Institute, J-P. Paris, France Telecom-CNET, D. Loisel, N. Trichaud, P.Abel, and P.Gros, Eurécom Institute


(3) Creativity, Complexity, and Precision: Information Visualization for (Landscape) Architecture, Monika Buscher, Dan Shapiro, Lancaster University, Michael Christensen, Peter Orbaek, and Preben Mogensen, University of Aarhus


(4) Using Visualization to Detect Plagiarism in Computer Science Classes, Randy Ribler, Lynchburg College, and Marc Abrams, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

3:30 - 5:00

Capstone Address

  Chair: George Robertson

Visual Storytelling - Where Technology and Culture Meet, Nahum Gershon, MITRE

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