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CALL FOR PAPERS
2006 International Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing (VLC 2006)
Gran Canyon, USA, August 30 - September 1, 2006

 http://www.labgis.dmi.unisa.it/VLC06/


SCOPE AND TOPICS

Visual languages have been traditionally used to model human-computer 
interaction and computer-supported inter-human communication by exploiting 
graphical notations. The strong influence of visual languages on the art of 
computing is visible in the variety of computing activities that make 
extensive use of graphics, ranging from database manipulation, to generation 
of graphical user interfaces, to end-user programming, to software 
visualization techniques, etc. As a consequence, the concept of visual 
computing is used to refer to a computation based on the interaction with 
and the control of visual objects, either as direct work objects, e.g. 3-D 
scenes, or as objects representing other objects that are not necessarily 
visual themselves, e.g., block diagrams.
The International Workshop on Visual Languages and Computing will be held in 
conjunction with the International Conference of Distributed Multimedia 
Systems in Grand Canyon, USA, August 30 - September 1, 2006. The workshop is 
intended to be a forum for discussion on latest research carried out in the 
area of visual languages and computing. Therefore, papers are solicited on 
emerging issues and challenges in the related research fields. Of special 
interest are the following topics:

Visual Languages and Techniques for Human-Computer Interaction
Pictorial Databases
Pictorial Information Systems
Visual Languages for Geographic Information Systems
Software Visualization
Data Visualization
Applications of Visual Computing
Computer Animation
Computer-Assisted Visual Arts
Theoretical Aspects of Visual Languages
Visual Modelling Languages
Visual Programming Environments
Enabling Technologies for Visual Computing
Visual Computing in Computer Supported Cooperative Work
End-User and Domain-Specific Languages

IMPORTANT DATES

March 1, 2006 Paper submission due
April 30, 2006 Notification of acceptance
May 20, 2006 Final manuscript due
May 20, 2006 Early conference registration due 

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