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July 2018 HCI '18: Proceedings of the 32nd International BCS Human Computer Interaction Conference
Publisher: BCS Learning & Development Ltd.
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Representation, presentation and interaction are subjects that require to be consciously contemplated while designing information visualization systems. This paper describes the ideation and design process of The Monarch Room , an information visualization system of global migration data. Our solution was designed to allow visitors of a museum to select, ...
Keywords: data visualization, design process, interaction design, interactive system, museum room prototype, spherical screen, world migration

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November 2014
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Information visualization is the act of gaining insight into data, and is carried out by virtually everyone. It is usually facilitated by turning data often a collection of numbers into images that allow much easier comprehension. Everyone benefits from information visualization, whether internet shopping, investigating fraud or indulging an interest ...

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September 2014 Behaviour & Information Technology - Experiments and studies: Volume 33 Issue 9, September 2014
Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
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Keywords: visual inspection, search and rescue, unmanned aerial vehicles, visual search

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April 2013
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A powerful new image presentation technique has evolved over the last twenty years, and its value demonstrated through its support of many and varied common tasks. Conceptually, Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) is basically simple, exemplified in the physical world by the rapid riffling of the pages of a book ...

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October 2012 Information Visualization: Volume 11 Issue 4, October 2012
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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A familiar action in the physical world is the riffling of a book's pages in order to gain, in a very short time, some idea about its content. That action is appropriately termed rapid serial visual presentation [RSVP). A computational embodiment of RSVP can provide such a variety of possible ...
Keywords: image display modes, rapid serial visual presentation

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May 2012 AVI '12: Proceedings of the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces
Publisher: ACM
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If a person is lost in the wilderness it is increasingly normal for the area in question to be over-flown by an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) whose on-board video camera transmits a view of the terrain below. It is then the task of a human operator to visually inspect that ...
Keywords: unmanned aerial vehicles, wilderness search and rescue, user study, presentation methods, rapid serial visual presentation, visual inspection

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August 2011 APGV '11: Proceedings of the ACM SIGGRAPH Symposium on Applied Perception in Graphics and Visualization
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An important task in many fields is the human visual inspection of an image. Those fields include quality control, medical diagnosis, surveillance and Wilderness Search and Rescue (WiSAR) [Goodrich et al. 2008]. The latter activity, triggered by an individual becoming lost, is the context within which this work proposes and ...
Keywords: eye-tracking, gaze-contingent display, search & rescue

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July 2011 IV '11: Proceedings of the 2011 15th International Conference on Information Visualisation
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Rapid Serial Visual Presentations (RSVPs) mimic the riffling of a book's pages and are widely employed as a way of gaining familiarity with a collection of images or selecting images of interest from a collection. In a typical RSVP a number of images within a collection enter a display in ...
Keywords: Inspection, Obscurement, Overlap, RSVP

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May 2008 AVI '08: Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced visual interfaces
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The increasing availability and accuracy of eye gaze detection equipment has encouraged its use for both investigation and control. In this paper we present novel methods for navigating and inspecting extremely large images solely or primarily using eye gaze control. We investigate the relative advantages and comparative properties of four ...
Keywords: eye-gaze control, image space navigation, user interaction studies, visual interaction

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May 2008 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI): Volume 15 Issue 1, May 2008
Publisher: ACM
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The activities of opportunistic and involuntary browsing offer the potential for many of a user's latent problems to be resolved serendipitously, with negligible cognitive effort. In this article, we demonstrate how the design of two novel artifacts to support such behavior was based on a set of Design Actions which ...
Keywords: opportunistic browsing, mobile Web browsing, table-top interaction, design actions, rapid serial visual presentation, Human-computer interaction, cognition, involuntary browsing, serendipity

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May 2006 AVI '06: Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced visual interfaces
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In both professional and personal contexts, a common activity is the search for a target image among a collection of images. The presentation of that collection to a user can assume a wide variety of forms, and it would help interaction designers to be aware of the comparative properties of ...
Keywords: eye-gaze tracking, rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP), user preference

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May 2006 AVI '06: Proceedings of the working conference on Advanced visual interfaces
Publisher: ACM
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Companies trading stocks need to store information on stock prices over specific time intervals, which results in very large databases. Large quantities of numerical data (thousands of records) are virtually impossible to understand quickly and require the use of a visual model, since that is the fastest way for a ...

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January 2003 Designing information spaces: the social navigation approach
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June 2002 Information Visualization: Volume 1 Issue 2, June 2002
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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This article identifies, illustrates and offers justification for a guideline intended to support interaction design for navigation in electronic information spaces. The essence of the guideline is the concept of 'sensitivity encoding', a feature of a data display intended to provide guidance regarding potentially beneficial movement in information space. That ...
Keywords: navigation, sensitivity, information spaces, interaction design

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May 2002 AVI '02: Proceedings of the Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces
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The technique of Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP), comparable with the riffling of a book's pages to acquire an impression of its contents, has considerable application potential, especially where display space is at a premium. The design of RSVP applications, however, is not straightforward in view of the many, and ...
Keywords: dynamic visual interfaces, space-time trade-off, rapid serial visual presentation, visual information browsing, visual interface design

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March 2002 Information Visualization: Volume 1 Issue 1, March 2002
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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This commentary addresses the recently exploited presentation technique called Rapid Serial Visual Presentation, or RSVP, and identifies a number of applications. It describes a number of different RSVP modes, discusses potentially attractive features and reports the results of experimental investigations. Some of the many issues requiring further research are identified.
Keywords: information visualization, space-time trade-off, web navigation, rapid serial visual presentation, small displays

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January 2002 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing: Volume 6 Issue 4, September 2002
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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In this paper, we illustrate the use of space-time trade-offs for information presentation on small screens. We propose the use of Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) to provide a rich set of navigational information for Web browsing. The principle of RSVP browsing is applied to the development of a Web ...
Keywords: Mobile communication, Small screen devices, WAP, Navigation, Rapid serial visual presentation, Mobile Internet, Web browsing

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September 2001 UbiComp '01: Proceedings of the 3rd international conference on Ubiquitous Computing
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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We investigate an important interaction that can take place in a ubiquitous computing environment, that of opportunistic browsing, a form of information gathering on the fly. Opportunistic browsing is characterised by being ubiquitous, unintentional and effortless. In this paper, we clarify the concept of opportunistic browsing and place it within ...

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September 2001 HCC '01: Proceedings of the IEEE 2001 Symposia on Human Centric Computing Languages and Environments (HCC'01)
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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This paper describes visualisation tools to support thetask of selecting one object from a collection of many onthe basis of its attribute values. For this frequentlyencountered task we identify a set of tools appropriate toa spectrum of collection sizes extending from hundreds ofthousands to as few as ten or twenty. ...



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