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Call for Papers: IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric
Computing 

 

September 4-8, 2016 - Cambridge, UK

 

Deadline for paper submission is Friday 18 March

 

We solicit original research papers on tools and languages for programming,
modelling and communicating, with a focus on ease of use. This includes
tools and languages for both general audiences (e.g., professional or novice
programmers, or the public) and domain-specific audiences (e.g., people
working in healthcare, urban design or scientific domains). It encompasses
languages and tools for expressing forms of computation and reasoning
through any means (e.g., visual, textual, form-based, haptic) and in any
computing context (e.g., cloud, web, desktop, mobile or pervasive
computing).

 

We have a special emphasis at VL/HCC 2016 on Tools and Techniques for Early
Stage Problem Formulation. We particularly encourage work on capturing
hand-drawn visual languages, tools that relax the syntax requirements of a
visual language and human studies of people formulating and exploring
problems using visual languages. 

 

In addition to papers, we also invite contributions through linked
Workshops, showpieces (Posters & Demos), and participation in our Graduate
Consortium. 

 

VL/HCC will be co-located in Cambridge, UK with PPIG 2016 (the Psychology of
Programming Interest Group). VL/HCC and PPIG timetables will allow full
participation in both conferences (PPIG will take place from 8-11
September).

 

Full details are available at our website:

https://sites.google.com/site/vlhcc2016/ 

 


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