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Visual Languages, IEEE Symposium on (1999)
Tokyo, Japan
Sept. 13, 1999 to Sept. 16, 1999
ISSN: 1049-2615
ISBN: 0-7695-0216-4
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Foreword (PDF)

pp. x

Committees (PDF)

pp. xi

Reviewers (PDF)

pp. xiii
Session I: Visual Languages: Theory and Practice

Constraint-Based Diagram Beautification (Abstract)

Kim Marriott , Monash University
Sitt Sen Chok , Monash University
Tom Paton , Monash University
pp. 12

The ISI Visual Design Editor Generator (Abstract)

Neil M. Goldman , University of Southern California
Robert M. Balzer , University of Southern California
pp. 20
Session II: Design of Visual Languages

Scaling Up a "What You See Is What You Test" Methodology to Spreadsheet Grids (Abstract)

Margaret Burnett , Oregon State University
Gregg Rothermel , Oregon State University
Andrei Sheretov , Oregon State University
pp. 30

An Aesthetic Curve in the Field of Industrial Design (Abstract)

Toshinobu Harada , Wakayama University
Masamitsu Moriyama , Wakayama University
Fujiichi Yoshimoto , Wakayama University
pp. 38

Dimensions of Visual Interaction Design (Abstract)

M.F. Costabile , Universit? di Bari
S.-K. Chang , University of Pittsburgh
S. Levialdi , Universit? "La Sapienza"
P. Mussio , Universit? di Brescia
P. Bottoni , Universit? "La Sapienza"
pp. 48
Panel I: The Future of Visual Languages

The Future of Visual Languages (Abstract)

Margaret M. Burnett , Oregon State University
Joseph J. Pfeiffer , New Mexico State University
Steven L. Tanimoto , University of Washington
S. K. Chang , University of Pittsburgh
Stefano Levialdi , University of Rome
Kim Marriott , Monash University
pp. 58
Session III: Web and Multimedia

A Visual Language for Internet-Based Data Mining and Data Visualization (Abstract)

Jameel Syed , Imperial College, University of London
Yike Guo , Imperial College, University of London
Jaturon Chattratichat , Imperial College, University of London
pp. 64
Session IV: Art and Visual Languages

VERBARIUM and LIFE SPACIES: Creating a Visual Language by Transcoding Text into Form on the Internet (Abstract)

Christa Sommerer , ATR Media Integration and Communications Research Lab
Laurent Mignonneau , ATR Media Integration and Communications Research Lab
pp. 90

Mazes and Morphs: Modeling Meaning in Glide, a Non-Linear, Dynamic Visual Language (Abstract)

William Brubaker , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Daniel J. O'Neil , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Diana Slattery , Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
pp. 96

Visual Music in a Visual Programming Language (Abstract)

David Jameson , DigiPortal, Inc.
Fred Collopy , Case Western Reserve University
Robert M. Fuhrer , IBM Watson Research Center
pp. 111
Session V: Theoretical Foundations of Visual Languages I

Visual Graphs (Abstract)

Martin Erwig , Fern Universit?t Hagen
pp. 122

Formalizing Spider Diagrams (Abstract)

John Howse , University of Brighton
Stuart Kent , University of Kent
Joseph (Yossi) Gil , Technion Israel Institute of Technology
pp. 130

Reasoning with Spider Diagrams (Abstract)

Stuart Kent , University of Kent
John Taylor , University of Brighton
Fernando Molina , University of Brighton
John Howse , University of Brighton
pp. 138
Session VI: Visual Languages for Engineers

Leaving The Visual Language Ghetto (Abstract)

M. Münch , Aachen University of Technology
A. Schürr , University of the Federal Armed Forces at Munich
pp. 148

Seamless Visual Object-Oriented Behavior Modeling for Distributed Software Systems (Abstract)

Joerg Graf , Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universit?
Guido Wirtz , Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universit?
Holger Giese , Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universit?
pp. 156
Session VII: Work-in-Progress Presentations I

Debugging Parallel Programs with Visual Patterns (Abstract)

Dieter Kranzlmüller , Joh Kepler University Linz
Jens Volkert , Joh Kepler University Linz
Nenad Stankovic , Macquarie University
pp. 180

Visual Reflection: Language, Action and Feedback (Abstract)

Pedro M. Antunes , Instituto Superior T?cnico
Lúýs M. Carriço , Instituto Superior T?cnico and Universidad de Lisboa
Nuno M. Guimaräes , Universidad de Lisboa
pp. 182

HotFlow - A Visual Language for Workflow Applications in E-Commerce (Abstract)

Daniela Handl , Darmstadt University of Technology
pp. 185

Visual Specification of Spatio-Temporal Developments (Abstract)

Markus Schneider , Fern Universit?t Hagen
Martin Erwig , Fern Universit?t Hagen
pp. 187

"3D-PP": Three-Dimensional Visual Programming System (Abstract)

Takashi Oshiba , University of Tsukuba
Jiro Tanaka , University of Tsukuba
pp. 189
Session VIII: Work-in-Progress Presentations II

A Visual Interaction Mechanism for Increasing Awareness on the WWW (Abstract)

Tadao Ichikawa , Hiroshima University
Olivier Liechti , Hiroshima University
pp. 192

Browsing the Web through Virtual Reality (Abstract)

Maurizio Cibelli , University of Salerno
Gennaro Costagliola , University of Salerno
Genoveffa Tortora , University of Salerno
Giuseppe Polese , University of Salerno
pp. 194

An Animated Demonstration Authoring System for Java Applets (Abstract)

Jiro Tanaka , University of Tsukuba
Motoki Miura , University of Tsukuba
pp. 196

Visual Specification of 3D Notations Using 3DComposer (Abstract)

Vincent Chung , University of Auckland
John Hosking , University of Auckland
Rick Mugridge , University of Auckland
pp. 198

Social and Content-Based Approach for Visual Recommendation of Web Graphics (Abstract)

Ramesh Jain , University of California at San Diego
Simone Santini , University of California at San Diego
Junichi Tatemura , University of Tokyo
pp. 200

Pragmatic Graph Rewriting Modifications (Abstract)

P.J. Rodgers , University of Kent
N. Vidal , University of Kent
pp. 206

INVENTION -A Study of Counterpoint Structure Description (Abstract)

Ryotaro Suzuki , ATR Media Integration & Communications Laboratories
Yuich Iwadate , ATR Media Integration & Communications Laboratories
pp. 208
Session IX: Theoretical Foundations of Visual Languages II

Derivative Meaning in Graphical Representations (Abstract)

Atsushi Shimojima , Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
pp. 212

Formalizing Pragmatic Features of Graph-Based Notations (Abstract)

Corin Gurr , University of Edinburgh
Konstantinos Tourlas , University of Edinburgh
pp. 220

An NCE Context-Sensitive Graph Grammar for Visual Design Languages (Abstract)

Suguru Kobayashi , NEC Software Ltd.
Yoshihiro Adachi , Toyo University
Kensei Tsuchida , Toyo University
Takeo Yaku , Nihon University
pp. 228

Supporting Hybrid and Hierarchical Visual Language Definition (Abstract)

G. Costagliola , University of Salerno
F. Ferrucci , University of Salerno
G. Polese , University of Salerno
G. Vitiello , University of Salerno
pp. 236
Session X: Usability in Visual Languages

Does Metaphor Increase Visual Language Usability? (Abstract)

A.F. Blackwell , University of Cambridge
T.R.G. Green , University of Leeds
pp. 246

Beyond the Scrollbar: An Evolution and Evaluation of Alternative Navigation Techniques (Abstract)

D. Scott McCrickard , Georgia Institute of Technology
Richard Catrambone , Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 270
Session XI: Information Visualization

Smooth Animation of Algorithms in a Declarative Framework (Abstract)

Camil Demetrescu , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
Irene Finocchi , Universit? di Roma "La Sapienza"
pp. 280

ZASH: A Browsing System for Multi-Dimensional Data (Abstract)

Hideki Koike , University of Electro-Communications
Emiko Orimo , University of Electro-Communications
pp. 288
Keynote Address II

Historical Role and Capability of Visual Language (Abstract)

Yukio Ota , Tama Art University
pp. 308

Demonstrations (Abstract)

pp. 314

Author Index (PDF)

pp. 316
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