[Infovis] Fwd: CFP: Special issue on Cooperation at JOURNAL ON MULTIMODAL USER INTERFACES

Tony Huang whua5569 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 15 14:56:36 CEST 2016

Special issue on “cooperative design, visualization and engineering for
multimodal systems and datasets” at Journal of Multimodal User Interfaces.


With the rapid advancement of storage media and network technologies, the
data we need to deal with in organizational systems has become increasingly
large and complex. How to address the distributive and multimodal nature of
enterprise data and cooperative practice of system design to accommodate
the demand for systems of data analytics remains an open problem, which has
attracted rich attention from both from researchers and practitioners in
these days.

This specie issue targets on novel design principles, analytics techniques
and evaluation methodologies that are to address issues surrounding
cooperative design, visualization and engineering for multimodal systems
and datasets. The primary objective is to foster focused attention in this
emerging area and to serve as forum for researchers and professionals all
over the world to exchange and discuss the latest advances.

Papers to be submitted to this special issue must focus on multimodal
interaction and multimodal interfaces (e.g. combination of several input
and/or output modalities such as gesture, speech, vision, graphics,
haptics, touch, etc.). All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed and
papers will be selected based on their quality and relevance to the theme
of this special issue. Topics considered for this special issue include,
but are not limited to, the following:

·       Innovative visual processing and analytics systems and techniques
of multimodal data

·       Case studies, user studies, and application systems of multimodal
user interfaces and multimodal data sets

·       Multiple user, multiple location collaborative design methodologies

·       Demonstrating feasibility and applicability in cooperative design

·       Visualization for multiple user, multiple location, concurrent

·       System architecture, prototypes, and user interfaces for
cooperative visualization

·       Collaborative process planning, scheduling, control, conformance
testing and interoperability checking, cooperative decision making

·       Human-machine interfaces, frameworks, reference models,
architectures, tools and systems


Paper submission deadline:

November 30, 2016

Final notification

June 30, 2017

Notification of the first review

April 30, 2017

Final manuscript

July 30, 2017

Revised paper submission

May 30, 2017


Late 2017

*Instructions for authors: *

Submissions should be around 8-12 pages and must not have been previously
published, with the exception that substantial extensions of conference and
workshop papers (at least 30% new content) can be considered.

Authors are requested to follow instructions for manuscript submission to
the Journal of Multimodal User Interfaces (http://www.springer.com/compu
ter/hci/journal/12193) and to submit manuscripts at the following link:
http://www.editorialmanager.com/jmui/. The article type to be selected is

Guest editors:

Dr. Tony Huang, University of Tasmania, Australia

Prof Yuhua Luo, University of the Balearic Islands, Spain

Prof Henry Duh, University of Tasmania, Australia

contact: Tony.Huang at utas.edu.au

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