DHKV

Session iV2018_2.7: Digital Humanities Knowledge Visualisation, Room F4
(12/07/2018, 14:15-15:30)

Chair: Theodor Wyeld, Flinders University, Australia

  • <Short Paper > Cultural Heritage Knowledge Visualisation:
    Challenges to the ubiquity of perspective since the photograph: an essay on
    alternatives and alterations
    Theodor Wyeld
    Flinders University, Australia
  • GIS-based Procedural Modeling in Contemporary Urban Planning Practice
    Cem Demir, Turgay Kerem Koramaz
    Istanbul Technical University, Turkey
  • A Preliminary Study of Metrics and Methods for Readable Spatial OLAP Maps: VGI4Bio case study
    Vincenzo Del Fatto 1 , Sandro Bimonte 2 , Ali Hassan 3 , Monica Sebillo 4
    1 Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy; 2 TSCF IRSTEA Aubiere, France; 3 CESCO MNHN
    Paris, France; 4 Dipartimento di Informatica, University of Salerno Salerno, Italy

IV-App

Session iV2018_3.3: Information Visualisation Applications, Room F5
(13/07/2018, 09:30-11:15)

Chair: Vincenzo Deufemia, University of Salerno, Italy

  1. Analysing Player Performance with Animated Maps
    Tiago Gonçalves 1 , Pedro Vieira 1 , Ana Paula Afonso 1 , Maria Beatriz Carmo 2 , Tiago Moucho 1
    1 LASIGE, Faculdade de Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; 2 BioISI, Faculdade de
    Ciências, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
  2. A Multi-Sensor Visualization Tool for Harvested Web Information: Insights on Data Quality
    Zied Ben Othmane 1 , Damien Bodénès 1 , Cyril De Runz 2 , Amine Ait Younes 2
    1 Kantar Media; 2 University of Reims
  3. Discovery multiple data structures in Big Data through global optimization and clustering methods
    Ida Bifulco, Stefano Cirillo
    University of Salerno, Italy
  4. Depth-Enhanced Tag Cloud Maps
    Yasuto Murakami, Takamasa Kawagoe, Michael Cohen, Shigeo Takahashi
    University of Aizu, Japan
  5. Synthetic Chart Image Generator: An application for generating chart image datasets
    Rafael Daisuke Akiyama, Tiago Davi Araújo, Paulo Roberto Chagas, Brunelli Pinto Miranda, Carlos Gustavo Resque dos Santos, Jefferson Magalhães Morais, Bianchi Serique Meiguins
    Federal University of Para, Brazil
  6. VisualBib: Narrative Views for Customized Bibliographies
    Antonina Dattolo, Marco Corbatto
    SASWEB Research Lab, Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Physics,University of Udine, Italy

KV

Session iV2018_3.2: Knowledge Visualisation, Room F8
(13/07/2018, 09:30-11:15)

Chair: Nuno Datia, ISEL – Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, Portugal

  1. Knowledge Representation in a Visual Typed Language: from Principles to Practice
    Florence Dupin de Saint-Cyr 1 , Denis Parade 2
    1 Toulouse University, France; 2 Scenario Interactif, Toulouse, France
  2. Visual Design Thinking: Understanding the role of knowledge visualization in the design thinking process
    Sebastian Kernbach 1,3 , Anja Svetina Nabergoj 2,3
    1 University of St. Gallen; 2 University of Ljubljana; 3 Stanford University
  3. Education and Culture Affect Visualization’s Effectiveness for Health Communication
    Sabrina Bresciani 1 , Pavithra Arora 2 , Sebastian Kernbach 1
    1 University of St. Gallen, Switzerland; 2 University of Ottawa
  4. Storytelling Canvas: A visual framework for developing and delivering
    Sebastian Kernbach 1,2
    1 University of St. Gallen; 2 Stanford University
  5. Time°diff: a Visual Approach to Compare Period Data
    Vincenzo Del Fatto, Anton Dignös, Johann Gamper
    Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
  6. A tool for the digital edition of interactive fiction using Stretchtext
    Covadonga Díez-Sanmartín, José Luis Sierra-Rodríguez, Antonio Sarasa-Cabezuelo
    Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

GMI

Session iV2018_2.9: Geometric Modelling & Imaging, Room F1
(12/07/2018, 14:45-17:00)

Chair: Prof. Mark Bannatyne, IUPUI, USA

  1. A Bézier-like curve with two shape parameters
    Imre Juhász
    University of Miskolc, Hungary
  2. G2-Approximation of Circular Arcs by C-Bézier Curve: An Alternate Approach
    Malik Zawwar Hussain 1 , Ayesha Shakeel 1 , Maria Hussain 2
    1 University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan; 2 Lahore College for Women University, Lahore,
    Pakistan
  3. Mesh Region Classification Based on Discrete Curvature
    Mohamed Yaghmorasan Benzian 1 , Nacéra Benamrane 2
    1 University of Tlemcen Abou Bekr Belkaid, Algeria; 2 University of Science and Technology Oran USTO-MB, Algeria

VT for Researchers

Session iV2018_2.8: Visual Thinking for Researchers: Enabling insights, crafting clarity, making progress – Part 1, Room F5
(12/07/2018, 14:15-15:30)

Speaker: Dr. Sebastian Kernbach

 

Session iV2018_2.11: Visual Thinking for Researchers: Enabling insights, crafting clarity, making progress – Part 2, Room F5
(12/07/2018, 15:45-17:00)

Speaker: Dr. Sebastian Kernbach

VA

Session iV2018_2.6: Visual Analytics, Room F1
(12/07/2018, 14:15-15:30)

Chair: Prof. Mark Bannatyne, IUPUI, USA

  1. A Visual Physical-Chemical Parameters Analysis Approach for Evaluating the Influence of Ports Facilities in Surface Water Quality
    Cynthya Teles Oliveira, Cleyton Luiz Barbosa, Rodrigo Santos Lima, Hugo Brito Lima, Jefferson Magalhães Morais, Carlos Gustavo Resque dos Santos, Bianchi Serique Meiguins
    Federal University of Para, Brazil
  2. Big data Visualisation and Visual Analytics of Frequent Patterns
    Carson Leung 1 , Alfredo Cuzzocrea 2
    1 University of Manitoba, Canada; 2 University of Trieste, Italy
  3. Cartographies of the Legal World. Rise and challenges of Visual Legal Analytics
    Nicola Lettieri 1,3 , Delfina Malandrino 2
    1 National Institute for Public Policy Analysis, Rome Italy; 2 Department of Computer Science – University of Salerno; 3 Department of Law, Economics Management and Quantitiative Methods – University of Sannio
  4. Beyond Transparency: making the Italian Public Administration more accessible through data storytelling
    Francesca De Chiara 1 , Matteo Moretti 2 , Maurizio Napolitano 1
    1 Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Italy; 2 Free University of Bozen – Bolzano, Italy

 

VAD

National Technology of Mexico, Mexico; 2 Autonomus University of Coahuila; 3 Polytechnic
University of Madrid; 4 Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg

Session iV2018_2.2: Visualization, Art, and Design, Room F4
(12/07/2018, 09:30-11:15)

Chair: Theodor Wyeld, Flinders University, Australia

  1. <Short Paper > Visualization, Art, and Design: A brief History of the Graphic Novel: from sequential art as a visual narratological device in the antiquities, its printed form in the comic strip, to the digital graphic novel.
    Rafal Miroslaw Banasiak, Theodor Wyeld
    Flinders University, Australia
  2. <Short Paper > Visualization, Art, and Design: Time-Series Visualizing Design Process by Using Lean UX to Improve Interdisciplinary Team’s Effectiveness – A Case Study
    Teng-Wen Chang, Yingying Lee, Hsin-Yi Huang
    National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
  3. <Short Paper > Visualization, Art, and Design: Convergence thinking path visualization: Explore brainstorming results for multiple participants
    Yi-Sin Wu 1 , Teng-Wen Chang 2
    1 National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan; 2 National Yunlin University of
    Science and Technology, Taiwan

Session iV2018_3.4: Visualization, Art, and Design, Room F6
(13/07/2018, 09:30-11:15)

Chair: Theodor Wyeld, Flinders University, Australia

  1. GraphVR: A Virtual Reality Tool for the Exploration of Graphs with HTC Vive System
    Ugo Erra 1 , Nicola Felice Capece 2 , Jari Grippa 3
    1 Università della Basilicata, Italy; 2 Università della Basilicata, Italy; 3 Università della Basilicata, Italy
  2. Visualising the code-in-action helps students learn programming skills
    Theodor Wyeld 1 , Minoru Nakayama 2
    1 Flinders University, Australia; 2 Tokyo Institute of Technology
  3. <Short Paper > Visualization, Art, and Design: Development of Emotional Communication in Persons with Disabilities Through Graphic Art
    Eduardo César Contreras Delgado 1,2 , Isis Ivette Contreras González 1 , Aldo Francisco Contreras González 3 , Raquel Alejandra Vásquez Torres 4
    1 National Technology of Mexico, Mexico; 2 Autonomus University of Coahuila; 3 Polytechnic
    University of Madrid; 4 Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg
  4. <Short Paper > CAivDE – Computer Animation, Information Visualisation, and Digital Effects: Visually Realistic Plankton Models for Simulating Underwater Environments
    Ori Ganoni, Ramakrishnan Mukundan, Richard Green
    University Of Canterbury, New Zealand
  5. <Short Paper > CAivDE – Computer Animation, Information Visualisation, and Digital Effects: Animating Objects and Classes in Virtual Reality
    Waleed Zakaria, Nada Ahmed Hamed Nada Ahmed Hamed, Jailan Salah, Slim Abdennadher
    The German University in Cairo, Egypt

MuVis

Session iV2018_2.1: Music Visualization, Room P!
(12/07/2018, 09:30-11:15)

Chair: Delfina Malandrino, Università di Salerno, Italy

  1. MixMash: A Visualisation System for Musical Mashup Creation
    Catarina Maçãs 1 , Ana Rodrigues 1 , Gilberto Bernardes 2 , Penousal Machado 1
    1 CISUC – Department of Informatics Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal; 2 INESC TEC and University of Aveiro, Portugal
  2. A Visual Exploration of Melodic Relationships within Traditional Music Collections
    Chris Walshaw
    University of Greenwich, United Kingdom
  3. Consumption as a Rhythm: A Multimodal Experiment on the Representation of Time-Series
    Catarina Maçãs, Pedro Martins, Penousal Machado
    CISUC – Department of Informatics Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal, Portugal
  4. Evaluation study of Visualisations for Harmonic Analysis of 4-part Music
    Roberto De Prisco, Delfina Malandrino, Donato Pirozzi, Gianluca Zaccagnino, Rocco Zaccagnino
    Università degli Studi di Salerno, Fisciano, Italy
    CISUC – Department of Informatics Engineering, University of Coimbra, Portugal
  5. Visualization and Music Harmony: Design, Implementation, and Evaluation
    Delfina Malandrino, Donato Pirozzi, Rocco Zaccagnino
    University of Salerno, Italy
  6. <Poster Paper > “Olhos Music Fest” – branding
    Daniel Filipe Santos Lopes, Pedro Martins, Fernando Penousal Machado
    Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal

Social

Cultural Walk:  11/07/2018, 18:30 – 20:00
Location: Salerno
Description: Enjoy an unforgettable walk along the fascinating historic center of Salerno. Discover the religious structures and narrow charming streets through the words of experienced guides. You will admire the vestiges of the medieval period and the beautiful Salerno Cathedral (11th century), dedicated to Saint Matthew
(http://www.livesalerno.com/salerno-cathedral).
At the sunshine the tour will finish at the Lungomare Trieste, offering a breathtaking view over the Gulf of Salerno. After that you are on your own – Salerno’s movida night awaits!
COST:
Registered Delegates: Free
Guest of delegates: Free
Pre-Registration is required: Please confirm your attendance for this social event by Friday 29th June 2018 

Cultural walk in Vietri sul Mare and social dinner:  12/07/2018, 18:30 – 22:30
Location: Salerno
Description: Vietri sul Mare is near Salerno, at the beginning of Amalfi’s coast. It is the ceramics capital of Campania. Vietri’s pottery have been produced since Roman times. Many little and pretty shops in the small town center sell ceramics of all shapes and sizes. Wandering in the Vietri’s vicoli (small streets) we will reach the Neapolitan Renaissance Church of Saint John the Baptist (1732), with its colored bell tower and its dome decorated by ceramics. At the end of the tour we will reach the Torre Crestarella, a medieval watch-towers built along the Amalfi coast to defend against Saracen invasion. Here, the evening dinner has been organized for the conference delegates.
COST:
Registered Delegates: Free
Guest of registered delegates at subsidised rate: 65 Euro per person
Pre-Registration is required: Please confirm your attendance for this social event by Friday 29th June 2018