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INFOVIS
1999
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Domain Analysis: A Technique to Design a User-Centered Visualization Framework
Domain Analysis for Data Visualization (DADV) is a technique to use when investigating a domain where data visualizations are going to be designed and added to existing software s...
Octavio Juarez Espinosa, Chris Hendrickson, James ...
UAI
2007
13 years 7 months ago
User-Centered Methods for Rapid Creation and Validation of Bayesian Belief Networks
Bayesian networks (BN) are particularly well suited to capturing vague and uncertain knowledge. However, the capture of this knowledge and associated reasoning from human domain e...
Jonathan D. Pfautz, Zach Cox, Geoffrey Catto, Davi...
SAC
2009
ACM
14 years 1 months ago
Development of a biosignals framework for usability analysis
The understanding of human physical and physiological signals and expressions, together with a growing processing and control capacity allows for new approaches in interactive sys...
Inês Oliveira, Rui Lopes, Nuno Guimarã...
INFOVIS
1998
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
An Operator Interaction Framework for Visualization Systems
Information visualization encounters a wide variety of different data domains. The visualization community has developed representation methods and interactive techniques. As a co...
Ed Huai-hsin Chi, John Riedl
WSC
2007
13 years 8 months ago
Towards a conceptual framework for visual analytics of time and time-oriented data
Time is an important data dimension with distinct characteristics that is common across many application domains. This demands specialized methods in order to support proper analy...
Wolfgang Aigner, Alessio Bertone, Silvia Miksch, C...