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Coordinated and Multiple Views in Exploratory Visualization, International Conference on (2005)
London, England
July 5, 2005 to July 5, 2005
ISBN: 0-7695-2396-X
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction

Organizers (PDF)

pp. ix

Preface (PDF)

pp. vii

Acknowledgments (PDF)

pp. viii
Cover

Cover Page (PDF)

pp. c1

Copyright Page (PDF)

pp. iv

Table of Contents (PDF)

pp. v-vi
Session 1: Exploratory Techniques

MUSA--A Prototype for Multiple-Step Aggregation Visualization (Abstract)

Tao Ni , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
pp. 15-21

SpringView: Cooperation of Radviz and Parallel Coordinates for View Optimization and Clutter Reduction (Abstract)

Luigi Dell? Aquila , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
Giuseppe Santucci , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
Enrico Bertini , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
pp. 22-29
Session 2: Exploration and Workflow

Multiple Views to Support Engineering Change Management for Complex Products (Abstract)

P. J. Clarkson , University of Cambridge
R. Keller , University of Cambridge
C. M. Eckert , University of Cambridge
pp. 33-41

Interactive Visual Analysis of Multi-Parameter Families of Function Graphs (Abstract)

Jurgen Krasser , AVL List GmbH
Josip Juric , VRVis Research Center
Helwig Hauser , VRVis Research Center
Kresimir Matkovic , VRVis Research Center
Zoltan Konyha , VRVis Research Center
pp. 54-62

Exploration of Dimensionality Reduction for Text Visualization (Abstract)

Matthew O. Ward , Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Shiping Huang , Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Elke A. Rundensteiner , Worcester Polytechnic Institute
pp. 63-74
Session 3: Scientific Visualization

A Collaborative Multi-View Virtual Environment for Molecular Visualization and Modeling (Abstract)

Robert W. Harrison , Georgia State University
Jeffrey W. Chastine , Georgia State University
Jeremy C. Brooks , Georgia State University
G. Scott Owen , Georgia State University
Ying Zhu , Georgia State University
Irene T. Weber , Georgia State University
pp. 77-84

Prism: A Multi-view Visualization Tool for Multi-physics Simulation (Abstract)

David H. Rogers , Sandia National Laboratories
Christopher J. Garasi , Sandia National Laboratories
pp. 85-95

Interactive Exploration of Unsteady 3D Flow with Linked 2D/3D Texture Advection (Abstract)

Daniel Weiskopf , University of Stuttgart
Thomas Ertl , University of Stuttgart
Tobias Schafhitzel , University of Stuttgart
pp. 96-105
Session 4: Spatial and Geovisualization

A Multiple View Approach to Support Common Ground in Distributed and Synchronous Geo-Collaboration (PDF)

Craig H. Ganoe , Penn State University, University Park
Beth Yost , Virginia Tech, Blacksburg
Wendy A. Schafer , Penn State University, University Park
John M. Carroll , Virginia Tech, Blacksburg
Gregorio Convertino , Penn State University, University Park
pp. 121-132

Tailor-made Exploratory Visualization for Statistics Sweden (Abstract)

Mikael Jern , Link?ping University
Henrik Pettersson , Link?ping University
Jimmy Johansson , Link?ping University
Nina Feldt , Link?ping University
pp. 133-142
Author Index

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 143
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