Can we determine the top unresolved problems of visualization?

Theresa Marie Rhyne, Bill Hibbard, Chris Johnson, Chaomei Chen, Steve Eick

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Abstract

The top unresolved problems in visualization were investigated by panelists from both the information and scientific visualization domains. One of the key unresolved challenges in visualization is collaboration in its broadest sense. Visualization 'scientists' need to spend more time understanding the underlying science applications in order to create effective visual representations. In order to 'evolve' visualization into a more scientific enquiry, visualization scientists need to understand and use the scientific method such as formulation of an hypothesis to explain the phenomena. Effective human computer interaction continues to be one of the top research and development goals for both visualization and computer graphics.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004
EditorsH. Rushmeier, G. Turk, J.J. Wijk
Pages563-565
Number of pages3
Publication statusPublished - 2004 Dec 1
EventIEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004 - Austin, TX, United States
Duration: 2004 Oct 102004 Oct 15

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NameIEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004

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OtherIEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004
CountryUnited States
CityAustin, TX
Period04/10/1004/10/15

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Visualization
Data visualization
Computer graphics
Human computer interaction

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  • Engineering(all)

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Rhyne, T. M., Hibbard, B., Johnson, C., Chen, C., & Eick, S. (2004). Can we determine the top unresolved problems of visualization? In H. Rushmeier, G. Turk, & J. J. Wijk (Eds.), IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004 (pp. 563-565). (IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004).
Rhyne, Theresa Marie ; Hibbard, Bill ; Johnson, Chris ; Chen, Chaomei ; Eick, Steve. / Can we determine the top unresolved problems of visualization?. IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004. editor / H. Rushmeier ; G. Turk ; J.J. Wijk. 2004. pp. 563-565 (IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004).
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Rhyne, TM, Hibbard, B, Johnson, C, Chen, C & Eick, S 2004, Can we determine the top unresolved problems of visualization? in H Rushmeier, G Turk & JJ Wijk (eds), IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004. IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004, pp. 563-565, IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004, Austin, TX, United States, 04/10/10.

Can we determine the top unresolved problems of visualization? / Rhyne, Theresa Marie; Hibbard, Bill; Johnson, Chris; Chen, Chaomei; Eick, Steve.

IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004. ed. / H. Rushmeier; G. Turk; J.J. Wijk. 2004. p. 563-565 (IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004).

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Rhyne TM, Hibbard B, Johnson C, Chen C, Eick S. Can we determine the top unresolved problems of visualization? In Rushmeier H, Turk G, Wijk JJ, editors, IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004. 2004. p. 563-565. (IEEE Visualization 2004 - Proceedings, VIS 2004).