****we apologize for multiple posting**** CALL FOR PAPERS 2nd Visual Information Expert Workshop VIEW2007 Hungary December 3-4, 2007 www.view2007.eu Technical sponsor: IEEE EMBS Conference language: English The first Visual Information Expert Workshop explored the basis of a pixelization paradigm. Pixelization methods associate an informational entity with a single pixel so that a set of information entities can be translated to an image. Pixelization has proven to be an effective yet underutilized visualization method and thus needs further investigation to exploit its potential. During the first workshop, the following fields of inquiry were opened: * Pixelization theory, including mathematics of pixelization, pixelization per se and pixelization related to multidimensional data. * Pixelization applications, including spatial pixelization, temporal pixelization and qualitative pixelization. * Pixelization and Neurocognition. A 2nd workshop will be held to address these and other issues in visualization. Specifically, this years VIEW will be open to all 2D visualization methods. Non-exhaustively, example topics include: * Mathematics, Discrete Geometry and Statistics * Information sciences: computer sciences, Data mining, Web sciences, Networks * Physics * Medicine and Biology * Economics, Management * Psychology, Neuro-Cognitive sciences, Sociology * Engineering * Geography, Demography Important Dates: * Paper abstracts: June 5, 2007. * Papers: June 15, 2007. * Notifications: July 25, 2007. * Camera ready copy: September 5, 2007. The papers of the conference will be published in a book edited by Springer (LNCS). Conference Chairs: Laszlo Darago, Semmelweis University, Budapest, Hungary Pierre Levy, Assistance Publique Hopitaux de Paris, INSERM, UPMC, France Conference Co-chairs: Francois Poulet, ESIEA, Laval, France Riccardo Mazza, University of Lugano, Switzerland Invited Speaker: Alfred Inselberg, San Diego Supercomputing Center, USA, Tel Aviv University, Israel.
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