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DM: CFP: WebVis 2000 - Second International Workshop on Web-BasedInformation Visualization

From: Miguel Feldens
Date: Thu Dec 23 10:47:21 1999

Dear researchers,

apologize if you receive multiple copies of this document.
WebVis2000 is a workshop in conjunction with DEXA 2000, which 
focuses on information visualization, combining aspects of scientific 
visualization, human-computer interaction, data mining, imaging and 

Prof. Miguel Feldens
WebVis2000 Program Comitee

Call for Papers
WebVis 2000
Second International Workshop on
Web-Based Information Visualization
in conjunction with the 
11th International Conference on Database and Expert Systems Applications 
DEXA 2000 
Date: September 4 - 8, 2000 
Location: Greenwich, United Kingdom
Workshop proceedings to be published by IEEE Computer Society Press
Information visualization combines aspects of scientific visualization, 
human-computer interaction, data mining, imaging and graphics. It focuses on 
information which is often abstract. This means that many interesting
classes of 
information have no natural and obvious physical representation. A key
problem is to discover new visual metaphors for representing information
and to 
understand which analytical tasks they support. 
The largest information space is perhaps the World Wide Web, which contains 
millions of pages. Information visualization in this domain enables users
to get 
information quickly, put it in a meaningful shape, and to make decisions in a 
relatively short time. Web-based information visualization describes 
visualization applications that use the Web as an information source, a

mechanism for visualization, or both. 
The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners
are working in key technology areas of Information Visualization  in order to 
discuss recent research findings and address complementary research and 
development issues. Of particular interest are papers describing different 
visualization techniques to make use of the information available in the
net or 
how Web-techniques can be used to visualize information 
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
        Web as new medium for visualization 
        Web-based visualization techniques (e.g. providing interactive
views of 
        environmental data on the WWW) 
        Typical taxonomies of information visualization (e.g. data, tasks) 
        Web-based development tools for visualization (e.g. VRML, Java) 
        Web-based visualization for data analysis (e.g. structured or 
        unstructured data) 
        Visualization examples (e.g. applications): 
            hierarchical information (e.g. web structures), 
            networks (Web-based network traffic monitoring tool) 
            content-based document clustering (e.g. clustering 
				documents into an 
            information space based on their content) 
            visualization of  Web search results 
            information space metaphors 
            visualization techniques for small devices (e.g. 
				cellular phones, palm tops) 
            empirical studies 
            comparative studies of Information Visualization Applications 
        DataBase Management and Information Retrieval oriented enabling 
        technologies supporting Information Visualization on the Web 
        Enabling technologies supporting the integration of Web-based 
        Information Visualization and Web-based Multimedia 
        Information Visualization supporting Web technologies (e.g. how 
        information visualization can make the Web easier to use) 
        Usage and User-Centered Web-based Information Visualization (e.g.
            how to make information visualization more useful) 
        Web-based decision making resources 
        Data Mining as information technology for clickstream analysis, 
        navigability measurements 
The papers must clearly show how the technical solutions described
contribute to 
the area of web-based information visualization. 
    Submission deadline: ................ March 1, 2000 
    Notification of acceptance: ........April 1, 2000 
    Camera-ready copies: ............... May 1, 2000 
    Workshop:....................................September 4-8, 2000 (final
    has to be fixed) 
Authors are invited to submit research contributions representing original, 
unpublished work. Submitted papers will be carefully evaluated based on 
originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
papers will be refereed by at least three members of the program committee. 
Accepted papers will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press as

of the DEXA 2000 workshops. All submitted papers should not be longer than 10 
pages (5000 words). The IEEE author guidelines will be send to each author
the acceptance of the paper. 
Electronic Submission
ONLY EMAIL SUBMISSIONS of full and abstract papers in Postscript or PDF
will be accepted. 
Please send also an abstract (no more than 250 words in ASCII text) of the
via email including title 
of the paper, authors' names and 3-4 relevant keywords. The title page must 
include the name and email address of the contact author. 
Please submit your paper electronically by e-mail to : Guido Menkhaus, 

Harald Reiterer + Wolfgang Pree 
University of Konstanz 
D-78457 Konstanz, Germany 
Tel: +49-7531-88-3704 or 4433 
Fax: +49-7531-88-2048 
Matthias HemmjeGMD-IPSI
            Prof. Miguel Feldens	University of Caxias do Sul
            Randy Rohrer		George Washington University
            Stephen G. Eick		Visual Insights, A Lucent New Ventures Company
            Harald Reiterer		University of Konstanz 
            Wolfgang Pree		University of Konstanz 
            Thomas Mann			University of Konstanz
            Keith Andrews		Graz University of Technology
            Matthew Chalmers		Glasgow University
            John Stasko			Georgia Tech
            Tim Dudley			Nortel Networks

Last updated December 08, 1999 by Guido Menkhaus.

Miguel Artur Feldens
Hycones IT

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