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FP 1: High-Dimensional Data

The Grassmannian Atlas: A General Framework for Exploring Linear Projections of High-Dimensional Data
Shusen Liu (University of Utah), Peer-Timo Bremer (Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory), Jayaraman Thiagarajan Jayaraman, Bei Wang (University of Utah), Brian Summa(University of Utah), and Valerio Pascucci(University of Utah)

Enhancing Scatterplots with Multi-Dimensional Focal Blur
Joachim Staib (TU Dresden), Sebastian Grottel (TU Dresden), and Stefan Gumhold (TU Dresden)

Hierarchical Stochastic Neighbor Embedding
Nicola Pezzotti, Thomas Höllt (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), Boudewijn P. F. Lelieveldt, Elmar Eisemann, and Anna Vilanova (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Exploring Items and Features with IF,FI-Tables
Paul van der Corput (Eindhoven University of Technology) and Jarke J. van Wijk (Eindhoven University of Technology )

FP 2: Networks and Graphs 1

Comparing Node-Link and Node-Link-Group Visualizations From An Enjoyment Perspective
Bahador Saket (University of Arizona), Carlos Scheidegger (University of Arizona), and Stephen Kobourov (University of Arizona)

Interactive 3D Force-Directed Edge Bundling
Daniel Zielasko, Benjamin Weyers, Bernd Hentschel, and Torsten W. Kuhlen

TimeArcs: Visualizing Fluctuations in Dynamic Networks
Tuan Nhon Dang (University of Illinois at Chicago), Nick Pendar, and Angus G. Forbes

Pathfinder: Visual Analysis of Paths in Graphs
Christian Partl, Samuel Gratzl(Johannes Kepler University), Marc Streit (Johannes Kepler University Linz), Anne-Mai Wassermann, Hanspeter Pfister (Harvard University), Dieter Schmalstieg (Graz University of Technology), and Alexander Lex(Harvard University )

FP 3: Structures, Clusters, and Patterns

Exploring and Comparing Clusterings of Multivariate Data Sets Using Persistent Homology
Bastian Rieck (Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing) and Heike Leitte (Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing)

Space-Time Bifurcation Lines for Extraction of 2D Lagrangian Coherent Structures
Gustavo Mello Machado(University of Stuttgart), Sebastian Boblest, Thomas Ertl (University of Stuttgart), and Filip Sadlo

Visualizing the Impact of Geographical Variations on Multivariate Clustering
Yifan Zhang, Wei Luo, Elizabeth A. Mack, and Ross Maciejewski (Arizona State University)

FP 4: Charts and Glyphs

Comparing Bar Chart Authoring with Microsoft Excel and Tangible Tiles
Tiffany Wun, Jennifer Payne, Samuel Huron(INRIA), and Sheelagh Carpendale (University of Calgary)

Arcs, Angles, or Areas: Individual Data Encodings in Pie and Donut Charts
Drew Skau (University of North Carolina at Charlotte) and Robert Kosara (UNC Charlotte)

How Ordered Is It? On the Perceptual Orderability of Visual Channels
David H. S. Chung, Daniel Archambault, Rita Borgo (Swansea University), Darren J. Edwards, Robert S. Laramee (Swansea University), and Min Chen (University of Oxford)

Glyphs for Asymmetric Second-Order 2D Tensors
Nicholas Seltzer and Gordon Kindlmann(University of Chicago)

FP 5: Biological Data Visualization

Visualizing Co-occurrence of Events in Populations of Viral Genome Sequences
Alper Sarikaya(University of Wisconsin–Madison), Michael Correll (University of Wisconsin), Jorge M. Dinis, David H. O'Connor, and Michael Gleicher(University of Wisconsin)

Visibility Equalizer Cutaway Visualization of Mesoscopic Biological Models
Mathieu Le Muzic (Vienna University of Technology), Peter Mindek, Johannes Sorger, Ludovic Autin, David S. Goodsell, and Ivan Viola (Vienna University of Technology)

Cytosplore: Interactive Immune Cell Phenotyping for Large Single-Cell Datasets
Thomas Höllt (King Abdullah University of Science and Technology), Nicola Pezzotti, Vincent van Unen, Frits Koning, Elmar Eisemann, Boudewijn P. F. Lelieveldt, and Anna Vilanova (Eindhoven University of Technology)

Evaluating Viewpoint Entropy for Ribbon Representation of Protein Structure
Julian Heinrich, Jenny Vuong, Christopher J. Hammang, Andrew Wu, Markus Rittenbruch, Jim Hogan, Margot Brereton, and Sean I. O'Donoghue

FP 6: Volume Data Applications

GEMSe: Visualization-Guided Exploration of Multi-channel Segmentation Algorithms
Bernhard Fröhler, Torsten Möller (Simon Fraser University), and Christoph Heinzl

Visual Analysis of Defects in Glass Fiber Reinforced Polymers for 4DCT Interrupted In situ Tests
Alexander Amirkhanov (Ufa State Aviation Technical University), Artem Amirkhanov (Vienna University of Technology), Dietmar Salaberger, Johann Kastner, Eduard Gröller (Vienna University of Technology), and Christoph Heinzl

Parallel Marching Blocks: A Practical Isosurfacing Algorithm for Large Data on Many-Core Architectures
Baoquan Liu, Gordon J. Clapworthy, Feng Dong, and Enhua Wu

FP 7: Prediction and Forecasting

Visual Analysis of Spatial Variability and Global Correlations in Ensembles of Iso-Contours
Florian Ferstl, Mathias Kanzler, Marc Rautenhaus, and Rüdiger Westermann (Technische Universität München)

Visual Analysis of Tumor Control Models for Prediction of Radiotherapy Response
Renata Georgia Raidou (TU Eindhoven), Oscar Casares-Magaz, Ludvig Paul Muren, Uulke A. van der Heide, Jarle Rørvik, Marcel Breeuwer (Eindhoven University of Technology), and Anna Vilanova (Eindhoven University of Technology)

FP 8: Coordinated Views and Interaction Design

Faceted Views of Varying Emphasis (FaVVEs): a Framework for Visualising Multi-perspective Small Multiples
Roger Beecham, Chris Rooney, Sebastian Meier, Jason Dykes (City University London), Aidan Slingsby(City University London), Cagatay Turkay (University of Bergen), Jo Wood (City University London), and B L William Wong (Middlesex University)

Towards Quantitative Visual Analytics with Structured Brushing and Linked Statistics
Sanjin Radoš, Rainer Splechtna, Kresimir Matkovic (VRVis), Mario Duras, Eduard Gröller(Vienna University of Technology), and Helwig Hauser (University of Bergen)

Designing Multiple Coordinated Visualizations for Tablets
Ramik Sadana and John Stasko(Georgia Institute of Technology)

Visual Debugging Techniques for Reactive Data Visualization
Jane Hoffswell, Arvind Satyanarayan (University of Washington), and Jeffrey Heer( Stanford University)

FP 9: Networks and Graphs 2

BubbleNet: A Cyber Security Dashboard for Visualizing Patterns
Sean McKenna(University of Utah), Diane Staheli, Cody Fulcher, and Miriah Meyer (University of Utah)

Using Visualization to Explore Original and Anonymized LBSN Data
Ebrahim Tarameshloo, Mona Hosseinkhani Loorak (University of Calgary), Philip W. L. Fong (University of Calgary), and Sheelagh Carpendale(University of Calgary)

Visual Analysis of Governing Topological Structures in Excitable Network Dynamics
Quynh Quang Ngo, Marc-Thorsten Hütt, and Lars Linsen

FP 10: Time Series Data and Sequences

Dynamic Change Arcs to Explore Model Forecasts
Carmen St. Jean, Colin Ware, and Robert Gamble

Time-Series Plots Integrated in Parallel-Coordinates Displays
Henning Gruendl, Patrick Riehmann, Yves Pausch, and Bernd Froehlich(Bauhaus-Universität Weimar)

PhysioEx: Visual Analysis of Physiological Event Streams
Rishikesan Kamaleswaran, Christopher Collins (IUniversity of Ontario Institute of Technology), Andrew James, and Carolyn McGregor

There is More to Streamgraphs than Movies: Better Aesthetics via Ordering and Lassoing
Marco Di Bartolomeo and Yifan Hu(AT&T)

FP 11: Flow Visualization

Semi-automatic Vortex Flow Classification in 4D PC-MRI Data of the Aorta
Monique Meuschke, Benjamin Köhler, Uta Preim, Bernhard Preim (University of Magdeburg), and Kai Lawonn (Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg)

Critical Points of Gaussian-Distributed Scalar Fields on Simplicial Grids
Tom Liebmann and Gerik Scheuermann (Leipzig University)

Source Inversion by Forward Integration in Inertial Flows
Tobias Günther (University of Magdeburg) and Holger Theisel (University of Magdeburg)

MCFTLE: Monte Carlo Rendering of Finite-Time Lyapunov Exponent Fields
Tobias Günther (Institute of Simulation and Graphics, University of Magdeburg), Alexander Kuhn (Zuse Institute Berlin), and Holger Theisel (Department of Simulation and Graphics, University of Magdeburg)

FP 12: Volume Data Visualization

Similarity Voting based Viewpoint Selection for Volumes
Yubo Tao (Zhejiang University), Qirui Wang (Zhejiang University), Wei Chen (Zhejiang Univeristy), Yingcai Wu (Zhejiang Univeristy), and Hai Lin (Zhejiang University)

Decoupled Shading for Real-time Heterogeneous Volume Illumination
Yubo Zhang (University of California, Davis) and Kwan-Liu Ma(University of California, Davis)

Retailoring Box Splines to Lattices for Highly Isotropic Volume Representations
Balázs Csébfalvi and Gergely Rácz

FP 13: Text and Document Data

TextDNA: VisualizingWord Usage with Configurable Colorfields
Danielle Albers Szafir, Deidre Stuffer, Yusef Sohail, and Michael Gleicher(University of Wisconsin)

ConToVi: Multi-Party Conversation Exploration using Topic-Space Views
Mennatallah El-Assady, Valentin Gold, Carmela Acevedo, Christopher Collins (IUniversity of Ontario Institute of Technology, and Daniel Keim (University of Konstanz)

A Visual Analytics Framework for Microblog Data Analysis at Multiple Scales of Aggregation
Jiawei Zhang, Benjamin Ahlbrand, Abish Malik(Purdue University), Junghoon Chae (Purdue University), Zhiyu Min, Sungahn Ko(Purdue University), and David S. Ebert(Purdue University)

FP 14:Geospatial Data Visualization

Location-dependent Generalization of Road Networks Based on Equivalent Destinations
Thomas C. van Dijk, Jan-Henrik Haunert (University of Würzburg), and Johannes Oehrlein

Composite Flow Maps
Daniel Cornel (Visdom), Artem Konev (Visdom), Bernhard Sadransky(Visdom), Zsolt Horváth (Visdom), Andrea Brambilla (University of Bergen), Ivan Viola (Vienna University of Technology), and Jürgen Waser (Visdom)

Exploratory Visual Analysis for Animal Movement Ecology
Aidan Slingsby(City University London) and Emiel van Loon

FP 15: Story, History, and Evolution

AVOCADO: Visualization of Workflow-Derived Data Provenance for Reproducible Biomedical Research
Holger Stitz (Johannes Kepler University Linz), Stefan Luger, Marc Streit( Johannes Kepler University), and Nils Gehlenborg

From Visual Exploration to Storytelling and Back Again
Samuel Gratzl (Johannes Kepler University Linz), Alexander Lex(Harvard University ), Nils Gehlenborg, Nicola Cosgrove, and Marc Streit (Johannes Kepler University Linz)

Last updated: Wed July 01 23:38:40 2016