Refactoring Visualization from Experience

Workshop Program - Monday, 12 October 2009

Introductions (8:30 - 8:40)

Keynote (8:40 - 9:30) by Hank Childs, Lawrence Berkeley Labs and UC Davis

Title: How Petascale Visualization Will Change the Rules

Session 1 (9:30 - 10:30)

Chair: Matt Ward

1) Customizing ParaView

Utkarsh Ayachit and David DeMarle Kitware, Inc.
Questioner: Hans Hagen

2) Refactoring Data Transforms in MaTSE for Flexibility

Paul Craig and Jessie Kennedy Edinburgh Napier University.
Questioner: Hans Hagen

Session 2 (10:45 - 12:15)

Chair: Min Chen

1) Re-architecting Visualizations to Java Swing

Martin Graham and Jessie Kennedy Edinburgh Napier University
Questioner: Thomas Ertl

2) A Lean Process Model using In-House Source Code Libraries for Efficient Development of Visualization Applications

Sebastian Grottel, Christoph Muller, Guido Reina, and Thomas Ertl Universität Stuttgart
Questioner: Rachael Brady

3) FAnToM - Lessons Learned from Design, Implementation, Administration, and Use of a Visualization System for Over 10 Years

Alexander Wiebel, Christoph Garth, Mario Hlawitschka, Thomas Wischgoll, and Gerik Scheuermann Max Planck Institute, UC Davis, Wright State University, and Univerisität Leipzig
Questioner: Rachael Brady

Session 3 (13:30 - 15:30)

Chair: Thomas Ertl

1) Knowledge-oriented Refactoring in Visualization

Dong Hyun Jeong, Wenwen Dou, William Ribarsky, and Remco Chang UNC Charlotte
Questioner: Amitabh Varshney

2) Debugging Visualization: Guidelines for Eliminating Bugs in Visualization Software

Robert S Laramee Swansea University
Questioner: Amitabh Varshney

3) Evaluating human-centred approaches to geovisualization application development

David Lloyd, Jason Dykes, and Robert Radburn City University London
Questioner: Theresa-Marie Rhyne

4) Making a Case for Visualization during Requirements Analysis

E. Grundy, M. Hoferlin, R. Borgo, M. Chen, D. Weiskopf, W. Griffiths, and H. Jänicke Swansea University, Stuttgart University, and Terry Griffiths Matchroom
Questioner: Theresa-Marie Rhyne

Session 4 (15:45 - 17:35)

Chair: Hamish Carr

1) Panel Discussion: Moving Forward to the Next Generation

Panel Members:
Lisa Avila Kitware
Theresa-Marie Rhyne North Carolina State University
Matthew Ward Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Abstract: It is inherent in any assessment of re-factoring visualization to end with a discussion of the lessons for the next generation of visualization toolkits and applications. This panel will therefore give both panelists and attendees an opportunity to discuss what they see as the crucial factors in the future of visualization applications.

Closing (17:35 - 17:40)

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