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IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics—November/December 2008
 

Table of Contents

 

PrePages pp. i-xxv

Rolling the Dice: Multidimensional Visual Exploration using Scatterplot Matrix Navigation Niklas Elmqvist  Pierre Dragicevic Jean-Daniel Fekete pp. 1141-1148

A Framework of Interaction Costs in Information Visualization Heidi Lam, University of British Columbia pp. 1149-1156

Balloon Focus: a Seamless Multi-Focus+Context Method for Treemaps
Ying Tu, the Ohio State University Han-Wei Shen, the Ohio State University pp
. 1157- 1164

Multi-Focused Geospatial Analysis Using ProbesThomas Butkiewicz, The Charlotte Visualization Center pp. 1165-1172

Distributed Cognition as a Theoretical Framework for Information Visualization
Zhicheng Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology pp
. 1173-1180

EMDialog: Bringing Information Visualization into the Museum
Uta Hinrichs, University of Calgary, Canada pp. 1181-1188

Graphical Histories for Visualization: Supporting Analysis, Communication, and Evaluation  pp. 1189-1196

Who Votes For What? A Visual Query Language for Opinion Data
Geoffrey Draper, University of Utah pp. 1197-1204

VisGets: Coordinated Visualizations for Web-based Information Exploration and Discovery  pp. 1205-1212

Vispedia: Interactive Visual Exploration of Wikipedia Data via Search-Based Integration
Bryan Chan, Stanford University pp. 1213-1220

The Word Tree, an Interactive Visual Concordance
Martin Wattenberg, IBM Research Fernanda B. Viégas, IBM Research pp. 1221-1228

HiPP: A Novel Hierarchical Point Placement Strategy and its Application to the Exploration of Document Collections  pp. 1229-1236

Particle-based labeling: Fast point-feature labeling without obscuring other visual features  Martin Luboschik, University of Rostock Heidrun Schumann,  pp. 1237-1244

Stacked Graphs – Geometry & Aesthetics  Lee Byron, The New York Times
Martin Wattenberg, Visual Communication Lab at IBM pp. 1245-1252

Cerebral: Visualizing Multiple Experimental Conditions on a Graph with Biological Context  Aaron Barsky, University of British Columbia pp. 1253-1260

The Shaping of Information by Visual Metaphors
Caroline Ziemkiewicz, UNC CharlotteRobert Kosara, UNC Charlotte pp. 1269-1276

Viz-A-Vis: Toward Visualizing Video through Computer Vision
Mario Romero, Georgia Tech pp. 1261-1268

Geometry-Based Edge Clustering for Graph Visualization
Weiwei Cui, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
pp. 1277-1284

On the Visualization of Social and other Scale-Free NetworksYuntao Jia, UIUC pp. 1285-1292

Exploration of Networks using overview+detail with Constraint-based cooperative layout
Tim Dwyer, Microsoft Research pp. 1293-1300

Rapid Graph Layout Using Space Filling Curves
Chris Muelder, University of California, Davis  pp. 1301-1308

Evaluating the Use of Data Transformation for Information Visualization
Zhen Wen, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center pp. 1309-1316

Improving the Readability of Clustered Social Networks using Node Duplication
Nathalie y Henr, pp. 1317-1324

Effectiveness of Animation in Trend VisualizationGeorge Robertson, Microsoft Research pp. 1325-1332

Perceptual Organization in User-Generated Graph LayoutsFrank van Ham, IBM Research pp. 1333-1339

Interactive Visual Analysis of Set-Typed DataWolfgang Freiler, VRVis Research Center,  pp. 1340-1347

Spatially Ordered Treemaps  pp. 1348-1355

Visualizing Incomplete and Partially Ranked DataPaul Kidwell, Department of Statistics,  pp. 1356-1363

Texture-based Transfer Functions for Direct Volume RenderingJesus J. Caban  Penny Rheingans pp. 1364-1371

Volume MLS Ray Casting  Christian Ledergerber,  pp. 1372-1379

Size-based Transfer Functions: A New Volume Exploration Technique
Carlos Correa, University of California at Davis pp. 1380-1387

Direct Volume Editing  Kai Bürger, Technische Universit?t M?nchen, pp. 1388-1395

Smoke Surfaces: An Interactive Flow Visualization Technique Inspired by Real-World Flow Experiments  ,Wolfram von Funck,  pp. 1396-1403

Generation of Accurate Integral Surfaces in Time-Dependent Vector Fields
Christoph Garth, University of California, Davis pp. 1404-1411

Visualizing Particle/Flow Structure Interactions in the Small Bronchial TubesBela Soni, Mississippi State University pp. 1412-1427

Interactive Visualization and Analysis of Transitional FlowGregory P. Johnson,  pp. 1420-1427

Continuous Scatterplots  Sven Bachthaler, VISUS  pp. 1428-1435

Extensions of Parallel Coordinates for Interactive Exploration of Large Multi-Timepoint Data Sets  Jorik Blaas, TU DelftCharl Botha, TU Delft pp. 1436-1451

Vectorized Radviz and Its Application to Multiple Cluster Datasets
John Sharko Georges Grinstein  Kenneth A. Marx pp. 1444-1427

Effective Visualization of Short Routes Patrick Degener, University of Bonn pp. 1452-1458

Brushing of Attribute Clouds for the Visualization of Multivariate Data
Heike Jänicke, University of Leipzig pp. 1459-1466

Visualizing Temporal Patterns in Large Multivariate Data using Modified Globbing
Markus Glatter, The University of Tennessee at Knoxville pp. 1467-1474

Interactive Comparison of Scalar Fields Based on Largest Contours with Applications to Flow Visualization  pp. 1475-1482

Surface Extraction from Multi-field Particle Volume Data Using Multi-dimensional Cluster Visualization  pp. 1483-1490

Sinus Endoscopy - Application of Advanced GPU Volume Rendering for Virtual Endoscopy  Arno Krueger, Department of Simulation and Graphics, pp. 1491-1498

Glyph-Based SPECT Visualization for the Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease
Jennis Meyer-Spradow, Visualization and Computer  pp. 1499-1506

Interactive Volume Exploration for Feature Detection and Quantification in Industrial CT Data Markus Hadwiger, VRVis Research Center, Austria  pp. 1507-1514

Interactive Blood Damage Analysis for Ventricular Assist Devices
Bernd Hentschel, Virtual Reality Group, pp. 1515-1522

Box Spline Reconstruction On The Face-Centered Cubic Lattice
Minho Kim, University of Florida pp. 1523-1530

Smooth Surface Extraction from Unstructured Point-based Volume Data Using PDEs
Paul Rosenthal, Jacobs University Lars Linsen, Jacobs University pp. 1531-1546

Particle-based Sampling and Meshing of Surfaces in Multimaterial Volumes
Miriah Meyer Ross Whitaker Robert M. Kirby  pp. 1539-1546

Importance-Driven Time-Varying Data VisualizationChaoli Wang, University of California, Davis pp. 1547-1554

Visualizing Multiwavelength Astrophysical DataHongwei Li, The Hong Kong  pp. 1555-1562

Visiting the Gödel Universe   Frank Grave,  pp. 1563-1570

The Seismic Analyzer: Interpreting and Illustrating 2D Seismic Data
Daniel Patel, Christian Michelsen Research, Bergen, Norway pp. 1571-1578

Hypothesis Generation in Climate Research with Interactive Visual Data Exploration
Johannes Kehrer, Department of Informatics,  pp. 1579-1586

Novel interaction techniques for neurosurgical planning and stereotactic navigation
Alark Joshi, Yale University pp. 1587-1594

Visualization of Myocardial Perfusion Derived from Coronary Anatomy
Maurice Termeer, Vienna University of Technology pp. 1595-1602

Effective visualization of complex vascular structures using a non-parametric vessel detection method  Alark Joshi, Yale University  pp. 1603-1610

Visualization of Cellular and Microvascular Relationships
David Mayerich, Texas A&M University pp. 1611-1618

A Practical Approach to Morse-Smale Complex Computation: Scalability and Generality
Attila Gyulassy, Attila Gyulassy is with UC Davis  pp. 1619-1626

Invariant Crease Lines for Topological and Structural Analysis of Tensor Fields
Xavier Tricoche, Purdue University pp. 1627-1634

Estimating Crossing Fibers: A Tensor Decomposition ApproachThomas Schultz, MPI Informatik pp. 1635-1642

Geodesic Distance-weighted Shape Vector Image DiffusionJing Hua Zhaoqiang Lai  pp. 1643-1650

Edge Groups: An Approach to Understanding the Mesh Quality of Marching Methods
carlos dietrich, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul pp. 1651-
1666

Revisiting Histograms and Isosurface StatisticsMiriah Meyer Carlos E. Scheidegger  John M. Schreiner  pp. 1659-1666

Visibility-driven Mesh Analysis and Visualization through Graph Cuts
Kaichi Zhou, Arizona State University pp. 1667-1674

Text Scaffolds for Effective Surface Labeling Gregory Cipriano pp. 1675-1682

Relation-Aware Volume Exploration Pipeline Ming-Yuen Chan,  pp. 1683-1690

VisComplete: Automating Suggestions for Visualization Pipelines
David Koop, University of Utahpp. 1691-1698

Interactive Visual Steering - Rapid Visual Prototyping of a Common Rail Injection System  Kresimir Matkovic, VRVis Research Center, Vienna pp. 1699-1706

AD-Frustum: Adaptive Frustum Tracing for Interactive Sound Propagation
Anish Chandak, UNC-Chapel Hill pp. 1707-1722

Query-Driven Visualization of Time-Varying Adaptive Mesh Refinement DataMiriah Meyer pp. 1715-1722

A Comparison of the Perceptual Benefits of Linear Perspective and Physically-Based Illumination for Display of Dense 3D Streamtubes  Chris Weigle,  pp. 1723-1730

Focus+Context Visualization with Distortion MinimizationYu-Shuen Wang, pp. 1731-1738

Color Design for Illustrative Visualization  Lujin Wang,  pp. 1739-1754

An Efficient Naturalness-Preserving Image-Recoloring Method for DichromatsGiovane R. Kuhn pp. 1747-1754

 

Effects of Video Placement and Spatial Context Presentation on Path Reconstruction Tasks with Contextualized Videos Yi Wang, Virginia Techpp. 1755-1762

Back matter  pp. xxvii-xxviii