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Visual Information Communication By Mao Lin Huang

Visual Information Communication by Mao Lin Huang

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Visual information communication generally encompasses information visualization, graphical user-interfaces, visual analytics, visual languages and multi-media processing.

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Visual Information Communication by Mao Lin Huang

Visual communication through graphical and sign languages has long been conducted among human beings of different backgrounds and cultures, and in recent decades between human and machine. In today's digital world, visual information is typically encoded with various metaphors commonly used in daily life to facilitate rapid comprehension and easy analysis during the communication process. Visual information communication generally encompasses information visualization, graphical user-interfaces, visual analytics, visual languages and multi-media processing. It has been successfully employed in knowledge discovery, end-user programming, modeling, rapid systems prototyping, education, and design activities by people of many disciplines including architects, artists, children, engineers, and scientists. In addition, visual information is increasingly being used to facilitate human-human communication through the Internet and Web technology, and electronic mobile devices. This manuscript provides the cutting-edge techniques, approaches and the latest ongoing researches in the context of visual information communication. It is a collection of 24 chapters selected from more than 60 submissions to the VINCI'09 - 2009 Visual Information Communications International Conference, that is held in Sydney Australia, September 2009. These chapters were selected through a stringent review process to ensure their high standard in quality, significance and relevance. Each chapter was reviewed by at least two international Program Committee members of VINCI'09. The book covers a broad range of contents in five key sub-areas of visual information communication, including.

Table of Contents

Part I - The Arts of Visual Layout, Presentation & Exploration.- The Physical Visualization of Information: Designing Data Sculptures in an Educational Context .- Visual Analysis of History of World Cup: A Dynamic Network with Dynamic Hierarchy and Geographic Clustering.- From Tree to Graph - Experiments with E-Spring Algorithm.- Visual Navigation with Schematic Maps.- DOI-Wave: A Focus+Context Interaction Technique for Networks Based on Attention-Reactive Interface.- Part II - The Design of Visual Attributes, Symbols & Languages.- Multi-dimensional Data Visualization using Concentric Coordinates.- Construct Connotation Dictionary of Visual Symbols.- Constructing Confluent Context-Sensitive Graph Grammars from Nonconfluent Productions for Parsing Efficiency.- Experimental Color in Computer Icons.- Part III - Methods for Visual Analytics & Knowledge Discovery.- Hidden Cluster Detection for Infectious Disease Control and Quarantine Management.- Multi-Scale Vortex Extraction of Ocean Flow.- A Novel Visualization Method for Detecting DDoS Network Attacks.- A Pool of Topics: Interactive Relational Topic Visualization for Information Discovery.- Part IV - Systems, Interfaces and Applications of Visualization.- DaisyViz: A Model-based User Interface Toolkit for Development of Interactive Information Visualization.- A New Interactive Platform for Visual Analytics of Social Networks.- Strategic Paths and Memory Map: Exploring a Building and Memorizing Knowledge.- Information Visualization Approach on the University Examination Timetabling Problem.- Making Traffic Safety Personal: Visualization and Customization of National Traffic Fatalities.- Visualizing Table Dependency Relations to Reveal Network Characters in Database Applications.- Visualized Feature Modeling in Software Product Line.- Part V - Methods for Multimedia Data Recognition & Processing.- A Useful Visualization Technique: A Literature Review for Augmented Reality and itsApplication, limitation & future direction.- Novel Blind Steganalysis for JPEG Images.- A Polarization Restraint Based Fast Motion Estimation Approach to H.264 Stereoscopic Video Coding.- Multi-Core Parallel of Photon Mapping.- Author Index.-

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Visual Information Communication by Mao Lin Huang
Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
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