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Proceedings of the 2002 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces

Fullname:AVI'02 Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces
Editors:Maria De Marsico; Stefano Levialdi; Emanuele Panizzi
Location:Trento, Italy
Dates:2002-May-22 to 2002-May-24
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-537-8; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: AVI02
Papers:54
Pages:382
  1. Invited papers
  2. Cultural landscape
  3. Systems' presentation
  4. Visualisation within interaction
  5. Interacting with information
  6. Focusing attention
  7. Visual querying
  8. Visual elements
  9. Visual applications
  10. Visual tools
  11. Posters

Invited papers

User-interface design, culture, and the future BIBAKFull-Text 15-27
  Aaron Marcus
Reflections on symmetry BIBAKFull-Text 28-33
  Harold Thimbleby
Supporting the end users' views BIBAKFull-Text 34-42
  David F. Redmiles

Cultural landscape

Artistically conveying peripheral information with the InfoCanvas BIBAKFull-Text 43-50
  Todd Miller; John Stasko
A framework for designing fisheye views to support multiple semantic contexts BIBAKFull-Text 51-58
  Paul Janecek; Pearl Pu
Zooming, multiple windows, and visual working memory BIBAKFull-Text 59-68
  Matthew Plumlee; Colin Ware
What's happening?: promoting community awareness through opportunistic, peripheral interfaces BIBAKFull-Text 69-74
  Qiang Alex Zhao; John T. Stasko
A user-tracing architecture for modeling interaction with the world wide web BIBAKFull-Text 75-83
  Peter Pirolli; Wai-Tat Fu; Robert Reeder; Stuart K. Card

Systems' presentation

A visual interface to a music database BIBAKFull-Text 85-88
  Robert St. Amant; James E. Blair; Patrick Barry; Yinon Bentor; Christopher G. Healey
Managing layout constraints in a platform for customized multimedia content packaging BIBAKFull-Text 89-93
  Alexander Kröner; Patrick Brandmeier; Thomas Rist
What did they do? understanding clickstreams with the WebQuilt visualization system BIBAKFull-Text 94-102
  Sarah J. Waterson; Jason I. Hong; Tim Sohn; James A. Landay; Jeffrey Heer; Tara Matthews
Op-Glyph: a tool for exploring op art representation of height and vector field data BIBAKFull-Text 103-107
  Francis T. Marchese
Matrix: concept animation and algorithm simulation system BIBAKFull-Text 109-114
  Ari Korhonen; Lauri Malmi
Direct manipulation of pictorial items within web sites: a drag & drop approach to on-line interaction BIBAKFull-Text 115-118
  Mauro Mosconi; Marco Porta; Federico Zanetti
An environment for user interface softbots BIBAKFull-Text 119-122
  Robert St. Amant; Ajay Dudani
A web-based annotation tool supporting e-learning BIBAKFull-Text 123-128
  F. Bonifazi; S. Levialdi; P. Rizzo; R. Trinchese
Interactive visual tools for spatial multicriteria decision making BIBAKFull-Text 129-132
  Gennady L. Andrienko; Natalia V. Andrienko
Multimodal interface within a simulator of service robotic applications BIBAKFull-Text 133-137
  Enzo Mumolo; Massimiliano Nolich; Gianni Vercelli
OZONE: a zoomable interface for navigating ontology information BIBAKFull-Text 139-143
  Bongwon Suh; Benjamin B. Bederson
Extending the metaphor GIS query language and environment to 3D domains BIBAKFull-Text 144-147
  G. Tortora; L. Paolino; M. Sebillo; G. Vitiello; F. Pittarello

Visualisation within interaction

A method for the perceptual optimization of complex visualizations BIBAKFull-Text 148-155
  Donald House; Colin Ware
Drawing graphs with non-uniform vertices BIBAKFull-Text 157-166
  David Harel; Yehuda Koren
by chance enhancing interaction with large data sets through statistical sampling BIBAKFull-Text 167-176
  Alan Dix; Geoff Ellis

Interacting with information

Supporting co-evolution of users and systems by the recognition of interaction patterns BIBAKFull-Text 177-186
  Stefano Arondi; Pietro Baroni; Daniela Fogli; Piero Mussio
Group-based interface for content-based image retrieval BIBAKFull-Text 187-194
  Munehiro Nakazato; Ljubomir Manola; Thomas S. Huang
Real-time human motion analysis for human-machine interface BIBAKFull-Text 195-202
  Rin-ichiro Taniguchi; Satoshi Yonemoto; Daisaku Arita
Which interaction technique works when?: floating palettes, marking menus and toolglasses support different task strategies BIBAKFull-Text 203-208
  Wendy E. Mackay
Patterns of eye gaze during rapid serial visual presentation BIBAKFull-Text 209-217
  Oscar de Bruijn; Robert Spence

Focusing attention

Two-handed drawing on augmented desk system BIBAKFull-Text 219-222
  Xinlei Chen; Hideki Koike; Yasuto Nakanishi; Kenji Oka; Yoichi Sato
Using 3D to visualise medical data BIBAKFull-Text 223-226
  Monica Tavanti
Virtual locomotion system for human-scale virtual environments BIBAKFull-Text 227-230
  Laroussi Bouguila; Masahiro Ishii; Makoto Sato
Degree-of-interest trees: a component of an attention-reactive user interface BIBAKFull-Text 231-245
  Stuart K. Card; David Nation

Visual querying

A visual data mining environment: metaqueries and association rules BIBAKFull-Text 247-250
  Stephen Kimani; Tiziana Catarci; Giuseppe Santucci
SQLi: towards an interface description language for relational databases BIBAKFull-Text 251-256
  Hasan M. Jamil; Rong Zhou

Visual elements

Visualization techniques for circular tabletop interfaces BIBAKFull-Text 257-265
  Frédéric Vernier; Neal Lesh; Chia Shen
Scope: providing awareness of multiple notifications at a glance BIBAKFull-Text 267-281
  Maarten van Dantzich; Daniel Robbins; Eric Horvitz; Mary Czerwinski
Mixing icons, geometric shapes and temporal axis to propose a visual tool for querying spatio-temporal databases BIBAKFull-Text 282-289
  Christine Bonhomme; Marie-Aude Aufaure
Navigating Giga-Graphs BIBAKFull-Text 290-299
  James Abello; Jeffrey Korn; Matthias Kreuseler

Visual applications

Knowledge-supported graphical illustration of texts BIBAKFull-Text 300-307
  K. Hartmann; S. Schlechtweg; R. Helbing; Th. Strothotte
New directions for the design of virtual reality interfaces to e-commerce sites BIBAKFull-Text 308-315
  Luca Chittaro; Roberto Ranon
VIP: a visual approach to user authentication BIBAKFull-Text 316-323
  Antonella De Angeli; Mike Coutts; Lynne Coventry; Graham I. Johnson; David Cameron; Martin H. Fischer

Visual tools

The HuGS platform: a toolkit for interactive optimization BIBAKFull-Text 324-330
  Gunnar W. Klau; Neal Lesh; Joe Marks; Michael Mitzenmacher; Guy T. Schafer
Biological storytelling: a software tool for biological information organization based upon narrative structure BIBAKFull-Text 331-341
  Allan Kuchinsky; Kathy Graham; David Moh; Annette Adler; Ketan Babaria; Michael L. Creech

Posters

Elucidate: employing information visualisation to aid pedagogy for students BIBAKFull-Text 343-344
  Andrew Hunter; Christopher Exton
Modeling biological reactivity: statecharts vs. Boolean logic BIBAKFull-Text 345-353
  Naaman Kam; Irun R. Cohen; David Harel
Assessment of cost/benefit of interfaces evaluation techniques BIBAKFull-Text 355-356
  Eliane Regina de Almeida Valiati; Marcelo Soares Pimenta
Making agents gaze naturally -- does it work? BIBAKFull-Text 357-358
  Ivo van Es; Dirk Heylen; Betsy van Dijk; Anton Nijholt
A visual query language for large spatial databases BIBAKFull-Text 359-360
  Andrew J. Morris; Alia I. Abdelmoty; Baher A. El-Geresy
Working together -- a VR based approach for cooperative digital design review BIBAKFull-Text 361-362
  Christian Knöpfle
A visual interface for multi-person exploration of personal databases BIBAKFull-Text 363-364
  Chia Shen; Frederic Vernier; Neal Lesh
An integrated approach to database visualization BIBAKFull-Text 365-366
  Dennis P. Groth; Edward L. Robertson
Visual interaction design for tools to think with: interactive systems for designing linear information BIBAKFull-Text 367-371
  Yasuhiro Yamamoto; Kumiyo Nakakoji; Atsushi Aoki
On evaluating information visualization techniques BIBAKFull-Text 373-374
  Carla M. D. S. Freitas; Paulo R. G. Luzzardi; Ricardo A. Cava; Marco Winckler; Marcelo S. Pimenta; Luciana P. Nedel
Expressiveness of the data flow and data state models in visualization systems BIBAFull-Text 375-378
  Ed H. Chi