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Mon, 9 Jan 2006 15:33:55 +0000
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4th International Conference on Coordinated & Multiple Views 
in Exploratory Visualization 
4th July 2006, London, UK.

Paper deadline 1 March 2005

Associated and co-located with International Conference on
Information Visualization (held the day before IV06)

The goal of this conference is to bring together top coordinated
and multiple view visualization practitioners in order to share
state-of-the-art concepts and discuss future research
opportunities in exploratory visualization.

Information visualization has produced a diverse assortment of
highly interactive visual environments. Coordinated and multiple
view visualization tools enable users to generate hypotheses and
test scenarios by exploring and analyzing multi-dimensional
information spaces visually. Multiple views help users
conceptualize information from different perspectives
simultaneously. Coordination allows users to investigate
information through rapid, tightly-coupled interaction within and
between multiple views.

We solicit original papers in the area of coordinated and
exploratory visualization. In particular, we encourage submission
of papers detailing novel architectures, formal models,
applications, and in-depth reviews/surveys. 

- Multiple view techniques
- Coordination/tight coupling/linking techniques
- Multiform views and other multiple representations of information
- Visual query languages for exploratory visualization
- Data transformation and re-expression for exploratory
- Dynamic and rapid interactive visualization techniques
- Exploratory visualization methods/algorithms/tools
- Spreadsheet based visualization techniques
- Multiple views for interactive steering
- Visual management of multiple data sources
- Visual management of highly-coordinated, many-view visualizations
- Evaluations and case studies
- Applications 

Submission Instructions
Please prepare your submission (maximum 12 pages)
according to the conference guidelines found at

Accepted papers will appear in the proceedings, which will be
published by the IEEE Computer Society.

Please Note. Once your paper is accepted. You will receive Author
kit that will include details of how to submit camera ready -
paper format - copyright form from IEEE Computer Science Society.

Important Dates
 1 March 2006 - Submission of papers
 4 July  2006 - CMV Conference
5-7 July 2006 - IV05 Conference

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