VisWeek papers

(I might as well start calling this the ‘VisWeek’ blog or something like that if I were to consider the bulk of the posting material)

The program for VisWeek 2010 is now out, and there are more interesting papers this year than I ever remember seeing. In no particular order, here’s a list of papers I’ll try to find and read before VisWeek:

  • Marc Khoury, Rephael Wenger. On the Fractal Dimension of Isosurfaces
  • Min Chen, Heike Jänicke. An Information-theoretic Framework for Visualization
  • Lijie Xu, Teng-Yok Lee, Han-Wei Shen. An Information-Theoretic Framework for Flow Visualization
  • Paul Bendich, Herbert Edelsbrunner, Michael Kerber. Computing Robustness and Persistence for Images
  • Samuel Gerber, Peer-Timo Bremer, Valerio Pascucci, Ross Whitaker. Visual Exploration of High Dimensional Scalar Functions
  • Dirk J. Lehmann, Holger Theisel. Discontinuities in Continuous Scatterplots
  • Usman Alim, Torsten Möller, Laurent Condat. Gradient Estimation Revitalized
  • Marco Ament, Daniel Weiskopf, Hamish Carr. Direct Interval Volume Visualization
  • Ziyi Zheng, Wei Xu, Klaus Mueller. VDVR: Verifiable Visualization of Projection-Based Data
  • Waqas Javed, Bryan McDonnel, Niklas Elmqvist. Graphical Perception of Multiple Time Series
  • Stephan Diehl, Fabian Beck, Michael Burch. Uncovering Strengths and Weaknesses of Radial Visualizations-an Empirical Approach
  • Lars Grammel, Melanie Tory, Margaret-Anne Storey. How Information Visualization Novices Construct Visualizations
  • Hoi Ying Tsang, Melanie Tory, Colin Swindells. eSeeTrack-Visualizing Sequential Fixation Patterns
  • Rita Borgo, Karl Proctor, Min Chen, Heike Jänicke, Tavi Murray, Ian M. Thornton. Evaluating the Impact of Task Demands and Block Resolution on the Effectiveness of Pixel-based Visualization
  • Hadley Wickham, Dianne Cook, Heike Hofmann, Andreas Buja. Graphical Inference for Infovis
  • David Feng, Lester Kwock, Yueh Lee, Russell M. Taylor II. Matching Visual Saliency to Confidence in Plots of Uncertain Data
  • Nicholas Kong, Jeffrey Heer, Maneesh Agrawala. Perceptual Guidelines for Creating Rectangular Treemaps
  • Zhicheng Liu, John T. Stasko. Mental Models, Visual Reasoning and Interaction in Information Visualization: A Top-down Perspective
  • Caroline Ziemkiewicz, Robert Kosara. Laws of Attraction: From Perceived Forces to Conceptual Similarity
  • Aritra Dasgupta, Robert Kosara. Pargnostics: Screen-Space Metrics for Parallel Coordinates
  • Stefan Jänicke, Christian Heine, Marc Hellmuth, Peter F. Stadler, Gerik Scheuermann. Visualization of Graph Products
  • Stephen Ingram, Tamara Munzner, Veronika Irvine, Melanie Tory, Steven Bergner, Torsten Möller . DimStiller: Workflows for Dimensional Analysis and Reduction
  • Yu-Hsuan Chan, Carlos D. Correa, Kwan-Liu Ma. Flow-based Scatterplots for Sensitivity Analysis
  • Daniela Oelke, David Spretke, Andreas Stoffel, Daniel A. Keim. Visual Readability Analysis: How to Make Your Writings Easier to Read

I don’t know if all of these papers are available online, but when I find out about each of the papers as I read them, I’ll put a link up. Let me know if you think I missed anything tremendously exciting: I collected these from colleague suggestions, previous knowledge of the work, but mostly from the title and authors. And, obviously, this list is biased. As it goes, there might be many other lists like it, but this one is mine.


One response to “VisWeek papers

  1. Great list! The two with me as co-author are available on my personal website.

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