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Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Software Visualization

Fullname:SoftVis'03 Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Software Visualization
Editors:Stephan Diehl; John T. Stasko
Location:San Diego, California
Dates:2003-Sep-16 to 2003-Sep-17
Publisher:ACM
Standard No:ISBN: 1-58113-642-0; ACM Order Number: 102032; ACM DL: Table of Contents hcibib: SV03
Papers:20
Pages:211
  1. Interesting program representations
  2. Integrating SV systems
  3. Visualization for program understanding
  4. Algorithm animation evaluation
  5. Debugging and finding faults
  6. Software visualization for specific domains
  7. All things UML

Interesting program representations

Program animation based on the roles of variables BIBAKFull-Text 7-ff
  Jorma Sajaniemi; Marja Kuittinen
Growing squares: animated visualization of causal relations BIBAKFull-Text 17-ff
  Niklas Elmqvist; Philippas Tsigas
3D representations for software visualization BIBAKFull-Text 27-ff
  Andrian Marcus; Louis Feng; Jonathan I. Maletic

Integrating SV systems

EVolve: an open extensible software visualization framework BIBAKFull-Text 37-ff
  Qin Wang; Wei Wang; Rhodes Brown; Karel Driesen; Bruno Dufour; Laurie Hendren; Clark Verbrugge
Plugging-in visualization: experiences integrating a visualization tool with Eclipse BIBAKFull-Text 47-ff
  Rob Lintern; Jeff Michaud; Margaret-Anne Storey; Xiaomin Wu

Visualization for program understanding

Visualizing Java in action BIBAKFull-Text 57-ff
  Steven P. Reiss
Visualization of program-execution data for deployed software BIBAKFull-Text 67-ff
  Alessandro Orso; James Jones; Mary Jean Harrold
A system for graph-based visualization of the evolution of software BIBAFull-Text 77-ff
  Christian Collberg; Stephen Kobourov; Jasvir Nagra; Jacob Pitts; Kevin Wampler

Algorithm animation evaluation

Algorithm visualization in CS education: comparing levels of student engagement BIBAKFull-Text 87-94
  Scott Grissom; Myles F. McNally; Tom Naps
Dancing hamsters and marble statues: characterizing student visualizations of algorithms BIBAKFull-Text 95-104
  Teresa Hübscher-Younger; N. Hari Narayanan
Designing effective program visualization tools for reducing user's cognitive effort BIBAKFull-Text 105-ff
  M. Eduard Tudoreanu

Debugging and finding faults

Interactive visual debugging with UML BIBAKFull-Text 115-122
  Timothy Jacobs; Benjamin Musial
End-user software visualizations for fault localization BIBAKFull-Text 123-132
  J. Ruthruff; E. Creswick; M. Burnett; C. Cook; S. Prabhakararao; M., II Fisher; M. Main

Software visualization for specific domains

Interactive locality optimization on NUMA architectures BIBAKFull-Text 133-ff
  Tao Mu; Jie Tao; Martin Schulz; Sally A. McKee
Graph visualization for the analysis of the structure and dynamics of extreme-scale supercomputers BIBAKFull-Text 143-149
  Cheng Zhou; Kenneth L. Summers; Thomas P. Caudell
Visualizing software for telecommunication services BIBAKFull-Text 151-ff
  Emden R. Gansner; John M. Mocenigo; Stephen C. North

All things UML

Nice class diagrams admit good design? BIBAKFull-Text 159-ff
  Holger Eichelberger
Visualizing model mappings in UML BIBAFull-Text 169-178
  Jan Hendrik Hausmann; Stuart Kent
A new approach for visualizing UML class diagrams BIBAKFull-Text 179-188
  Carsten Gutwenger; Michael Jünger; Karsten Klein; Joachim Kupke; Sebastian Leipert; Petra Mutzel
A topology-shape-metrics approach for the automatic layout of UML class diagrams BIBAKFull-Text 189-ff
  Markus Eiglsperger; Michael Kaufmann; Martin Siebenhaller