InfoVis 2002

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Keynote Address
William Cleveland, Bell Labs

Papers 1: Databases, Frameworks, and Visualization

"Multiscale Visualizations Using Data Cubes"
Chris Stolte, Diane Tang, and Pat Hanrahan
Stanford University

"Visualization Schemas for Flexible Information Visualization"
Chris North, Nathan Conklin, and Varun Saini
Virginia Tech

"Building a Visual Database for Example-based Graphics Generation"
Michelle Zhou and Min Chen, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center,
Ying Feng, Indiana University

Technical Notes 1: Cartograms and Uncertainty

"Visualizing Geographic Information: VisualPoints contra CartoDraw"
Daniel Keim and Stephen North, AT&T Shannon Laboratory,
Christian Panse, University of Constance,
Jörn Schneidewind, University of Halle

"Visualizing Data with Bounded Uncertainty"
Chris Olston, Stanford University,
Jock Mackinlay, Palo Alto Research Center

Papers 2: Empirical Studies

"Graphical Encoding for Information Visualization: An Empirical Study"
Lucy Nowell, Pacific Northwest National Labs,
Robert Schulman, Virginia Tech,
Deborah Hix, Virginia Tech

"The Illusion of Perceived Metric 3D Structure"
Mats Lind, Uppsala University,
Geoffrey Bingham, Indiana University,
Camilla Forsell, Uppsala University

"SpaceTree: Design Evolution of a Node Link Tree Browser"
Catherine Plaisant, Jesse Grosjean, and Ben Bederson
University of Maryland

Case Studies 1: Process and Bio Vis

"Process Visualization with Levels of Detail"
Krešimir Matkovic and Helwig Hauser, VRVis Research Center,
Reinhard Sainitzer, Imagination Computer Services,
M. Eduard Gröller, Vienna University of Technology

"Visualizing sets of Evolutionary Trees"
Nina Amenta and Jeff Klingner,
University of Texas at Austin

Introduction of InfoVis Contest

Interactive Posters Preview

Interactive Posters (co-located with Symposium Reception)


Papers 3: Visualizing Hierarchies

"InterRing: An Interactive Tool for Visually Navigating and Manipulating Hierarchical Structures"
Jing Yang, Matthew Ward, and Elke Rundensteiner
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

"A Space-Optimized Tree Visualization"
Quang Vinh Nguyen and Mao Lin Huang
University of Technology, Sydney

"Beamtrees: Compact Visualization of Large Hierarchies"
Frank van Ham and Jarke van Wijk
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Papers 4: Sequences, Patterns, and Huge Data Sets

"Visualizing Biosequence data using Texture Mapping"
Praveen Thiagarajan and Guang Gao
University of Delaware

"Arc Diagrams: Visualizing Structure in Strings"
Martin Wattenberg
Dow Jones

"Interactive Information Visualization of a Million Items"
Jean-Daniel Fekete and Catherine Plaisant
University of Maryland

Technical Notes 2: Brushing and Drill-Drown

"Angular Brushing of Extended Parallel Coordinates"
Helwig Hauser, Florian Ledermann, and Helmut Doleisch
VRVis Research Center

"Multiple Foci Drill-Down through Tuple and Attribute Polyarchies in Tabular Data"
Nathan Conklin, Sandeep Prabhakar, and Chris North
Virginia Tech

Papers 5: Graph Drawing and Force-Directed Placement

"ACE: A Fast Multiscale Eigenvectors Computation for Drawing Huge Graphs"
Yehuda Koren, Liran Carmel, and David Harel
Weizmann Institute of Science

"Visual Unrolling of Network Evolution and the Analysis of Dynamic Discourse"
Ulrik Brandes, University of Constance
Steven R. Corman, Arizona State University

"Achieving Sub-quadratic Multidimensional Scaling through the Combination of Sampling, Clustering and Layout Algorithms"
Alistair Morrison, Greg Ross, and Matthew Chalmers
University of Glasgow

Case Studies 2: Finance and Web Vis

"Demystifying Venture Capital Investing"
Mei Chuah
Accenture Technology Labs

"Visual Path Analysis"
Alan Keahey and Stephen Eick,
Visual Insights

Capstone Address
Stephen Kosslyn, Harvard University