Asia-Pacific Symposium on Visualisation 2007

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Changelog

Session 1: Visual Analytics I

Visualization and Analysis of Email Networks
Xiaoyan Fu (National ICT, Australia), Seok-Hee Hong (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney), Nikola S. Nikolov (University of Limerick), Xiaobin Shen (University of Melbourne), Yang-Xin Wu (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney), Kai Xu (National ICT, Australia)
Visualization of Sanitized Email Logs for Spam Analysis
Christopher Muelder (University of California, Davis), Kwan-Liu Ma (University of California, Davis)

Session 2: Graph Drawing I

Overlapping Cluster Planarity
Walter Didimo (University of Perugia), Francesco Giordano (University of Peruglia), Giuseppe Liotta (University of Peruglia)
Force-Directed Drawing Method for Intersecting Clustered Graphs
Hiroki Omote (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Kozo Sugiyama (Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
Level-of-Detail Visualization of Clustered Graph Layouts
Michael Balzer (University of Konstanz), Oliver Deussen (University of Konstanz)
Placing Connected Components of Disconnected Graphs
Dennis Goehlsdorf (), Michael Kaufmann (Eberhardt-Karls-Universität, Tübingen), Martin Siebenhaller (Eberhardt-Karls-Universität, Tübingen)

Session 3: Graph Drawing II

Labeling Collinear Sites
Michael A Bekos (National Technical University of Athens), Michael Kaufmann (Eberhardt-Karls-Universität, Tübingen), Antonios Symvonis (National Technical University of Athens)
Many-to-One Boundary Labeling
Hao-Jen Kao (National Taiwan University), Chun-Cheng Lin (National Taiwan University), Hsu-Chun Yen (National Taiwan University)
Short Paper: Straight-Line Grid Drawings of Planar Graphs with Linear Areas
Md. Rezaul Karim (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology), Md. Saidur Rahman (Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology)

Session 4: Information Visualisation

A Comparison of Vertex Ordering Algorithms for Large Graph Visualization
Christopher Mueller (Indiana University), Benjamin Martin (Indiana University), Andrew Lumsdaine (Indiana University)
Short Paper: Using Eye Tracking to Investigate Graph Layout Effects
Weidong (Tony) Huang (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney)
Short Paper: Navigation Techniques for 2.5D Graph Layout
Adel Ahmed (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney), Seok-Hee Hong (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney)
Short Paper: Interpreting Large Visual Similarity Matrices
Christopher Mueller (Indiana University), Benjamin Martin (Indiana University), Andrew Lumsdaine (Indiana University)

Session 5: Visual Analytics II

Visualisation and Analysis of the Internet Movie Database
Adel Ahmed (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney), Vladimir Batagelj (University of Ljubljana), Xiaoyan Fu (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney), Seok-Hee Hong (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney) Damian Merrick (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney), Andrej Mrvar (University of Ljubljana)
Visualizing Social Interaction in Open Source Software Projects
Michael Ogawa (University of California, Davis), Kwan-Liu Ma (University of California, Davis), Christian Bird (University of California, Davis), Premkumar Devanbu (University of California, Davis), Alex Gourley (University of California, Davis)
GraphScape: Integrated Multivariate Network Visualization
Kai Xu (National ICT, Australia), Andrew Cunningham (University of South Australia), Seok-Hee Hong (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney) Bruce H Thomas (University of South Australia)
Short Paper: Integrated Visualization System for Monitoring Security in Large-Scale Local Area Network
Shinichi Mukosaka (University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo), Hideki Koike (University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo)

Session 6: Volume Visualisation

Adaptive Sampling in Three Dimensions for Volume Rendering on GPUs
Martin Kraus (Technische Universität München), Magnus Strengert (Universität Stuttgart), Thomas Klein (Universität Stuttgart), Thomas Ertl (Universität Stuttgart)
Multi-Scale Morphological Volume Segmentation and Visualization
Runzhen Huang (University of California, Davis), Eric Lum (University of California, Davis), Kwan-Liu Ma (University of California, Davis)
Short Paper: Particle-Based Volume Rendering
Naohisa Sakamoto (Kyoto University), Jorji Nonaka (Kyoto University), Koji Koyamada (Kyoto University), Satoshi Tanaka (Ritsumeikan University)

Session 7: Graph Drawing III

Efficiently Drawing A Significant Spanning Tree of a Directed Graph
Martin Harrigan (University of Limerick), Patrick Healy (University of Limerick)
Short Paper: Directed Graphs and Rectangular Layouts
Adam L Buchsbaum (AT&T), Emden R Gansner (AT&T), Suresh Venkatasubramanian (AT&T)
Short Paper: Analysis of a High-Dimensional Approach to Interactive Graph Drawing
Hiroshi Hosobe (National Institute of Informatics)

Posters

A Fast and Simple Heuristic for Metro Map Path Simplification
Damian Merrick (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney)
Visualisation of Correlations in Ranked Data via Aggregated Parallel Coordinates
Mark Sifer (University of Sydney)
Sakyo & Ukyo: Visualization of Clustered Matrix Data Applying Dual Hierarchical Data
Haruho Tachibana (Ochanomizu University) Takayuki Itoh (Ochanomizu University)
Exploring High-Dimensional Landscapes Using Self-Organizing Maps
Michael Bui ()
Animation Compression Using the Affine Transformation Matrix and PCA
Pai-Feng Lee (), Chi-Kang Kao (), Jhen-Yu Liao (), Bin-Shyan Jong (Chung Yuan Christian University), Tsong-Wuu Lin ()
A Tetrahedron Matching Method for Detecting Similarities
Koji Sakai ()
Grid-Independent Monte Carlo Sampling and Visualization of Volume Data
Satoshi Tanaka (Ritsumeikan University)
Adapting the Force-Scan Algorithm to Visualize Learning Objects and Their Relationship in an Online Learning Environment
Vincent Tam ()
Volume Rendering For Multiple Volume Datasets Using Tiny Particles
Naohisa Sakamoto (Kyoto University)
A Scene Graph-Based Visualization System for Handling Multiple Visualization Pipelines
Yukio Yasuhara (Kyoto University)
Particle-Based Volume Rendering of Unstructured Volume Data
Jorji Nonaka (Kyoto University)
New Exact Algorithms for the Two-Sided Bipartite Crossing Minimization Problem
Lanbo Zheng (National ICT, Australia and University of Sydney)

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