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IEEE Visualization 2007 papers posted

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Hello all,Sorry for not having written a blog entry in a while.

This year’s IEEE Visualization 2007 and the InfoVis 2007 papers have been announced. Some of you avid vis/infovis readers already knew that though, didnt you?

Similar to Tim Rowley’s SIGGRAPH papers link, , Yingcai Wu has been maintaining a site for IEEE Visualization papers that is updated fairly regularly.

The papers with updated links can be found at http://www.cse.ust.hk/~wuyc/Vis07.htm

The InfoVis 2007 papers link has been maintained by Hong Zhou and can be found at http://www.cse.ust.hk/~zhouhong/InfoVis07_paper.html

I will definitely be visiting the IEEE Visualization/InfoVis conference in October end and shall post my favorites then. But the papers that have already caught my attention are:

  1. 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)
  2. Illustrative Deformation for Data Exploration,
    Carlos Correa, Deborah Silver (The State University of New Jersey), Min Chen (Swansea University)
  3. Hotmap: Looking at Geographic Attention, Danyel Fisher (VIBE, Microsoft Research)
  4. Querying and Creating Visualizations by Analogy
    Carlos E. Scheidegger, Huy T. Vo, David Koop, Juliana Freire, Cláudio Silva
    (The University of Utah)

If you have any favorites of your own, feel free to add them to the comments. Shall read more papers as I get time and post my thoughts on the same.

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Written by alark

September 12, 2007 at 8:59 am

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  1. So how did you like the conference? You’re not saying who you are, so I don’t know if we ran into each other. It’s good to see another visualization blog, since there are so few of us ;)

    Robert Kosara

    November 6, 2007 at 9:56 pm


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