IUI Workshop on Visual Text Analytics

Country: USA

City: Atlanta

Abstr. due: 16.01.2015

Dates: 29.03.15 — 29.03.15

Area Of Sciences: Computer science;

Organizing comittee e-mail: iuitextvis@gmail.com

Organizers: Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Ontario Institute of Technology , University of North Carolina at Charlotte

 

The primary goal of the workshop is to bridge the gap between machine learning, data mining, information retrieval, and natural language processing and fields such as human-computer interaction, information visualization, and visual analytics by bringing together researchers from both sides, allowing us to push the boundary of text analytics. In bringing together researchers from these fields, this workshop will enable participants to present their information, and engage in discussions.

We invite submissions that address topics related to interactive visual analysis of text and linked data, streaming data, visual analysis of text data on mobile devices or other ubiquitous scenarios. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

User-adaptive approaches to visual text analytics
Coupling of ML/AI systems with visualization for text analytics
Visualization to improve ML/AI/NLP algorithms and models for text data
Coordinated visualizations of textual and non-textual data
Visual metaphors for textual data or ubiquitous text analytics
Perception and cognition in visual text analytics
Systems, languages, and architectures for visual textual analytics
Collaborative analysis of textual and linked data
Real-time visualization of streaming textual data
Visual opinion analysis from textual data
Visual event identification and prediction from textual data
Uncertainty in interactive visual textual analytics
Industry-specific applications of visual analysis of textual data (e.g. Retail, Healthcare, Government, etc.)
Studies and evaluation of textual data visualization techniques, systems, metrics, and bench-marks
Standardized datasets and tasks for visual text analytics

Conference Web-Site: http://vialab.science.uoit.ca/textvis2015/