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Call for Papers

The First International Symposium on
Knowledge Domain Visualization (KDViz)

The 6th International Conference on Information Visualization
July 10-12, 2002. London, UK

Symposium Chair: Chaomei Chen, Drexel University, USA
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Aims and Scope
This  symposium aims to provide an inter-disciplinary forum for researchers
and practitioners from a wide
variety  of  disciplines  to  address  theories, methodologies, techniques,
applications, and case studies
of  knowledge  domain  visualization  (KDViz).  The  symposium also aims to
promote the cross-disciplinary
awareness   between  disciplines  such  as  information  visualization  and
information science. For the purpose
of  this  symposium,  a  knowledge  domain is broadly defined as a dynamic,
evolving intellectual structure
of  a  given  subject matter. Knowledge domain visualization aims to reveal
the dynamics of a knowledge
domain by utilizing a wide variety of techniques involving visual thinking,
visual discovery, visual exploration,
and visual analysis.

The symposium will seek original papers concerning, but not limited to, the
following topics. Submitted papers
must clearly demonstrate a connection between information visualization and
the study of a knowledge domain:

 Case Studies
 Citation Analysis
 Domain Analysis and Modeling
 Historical, Sociological, or Philosophical Studies of Science
 Knowledge Discovery
 Knowledge Representation
 Invisible Colleges, Scientific Networks, Scientific Paradigms
 Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies
 Small-World Networks
 Social and Ecological Issues
 Tracking the Development of a Knowledge Domain
 Visual Exploration of a Knowledge Domain

Program Committee
Katy Borner (US),
Kevin Boyack (US),
Ying Ding (The Netherlands),
Xia Lin (US),
Kate McCain (US),
Ed Noyons (The Netherlands),
Olle Persson  (Sweden),
Anthony van Raan (The Netherlands),
Howard White (US)

Important Dates
March 15, 2002    Submission of papers
April 19, 2002    Notification of acceptance of papers
May 3, 2002       Submission of camera-ready versions

Instructions for Authors

Accepted  papers  will  appear  in  the  proceedings  of the conference. In
addition, authors
of  selected  papers  will  be invited to submit extended versions of their
papers to the new
international journal Information Visualization.

Enquires and Submissions
Dr Chaomei Chen
College of Information Science and Technology
Drexel University
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia PA 19104-2875, USA

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