Diagrammatic Representation and Inference [electronic resource] : Second International Conference, Diagrams 2002 Callaway Gardens, GA, USA, April 18-20, 2002 Proceedings / edited by Mary Hegarty, Bernd Meyer, N. Hari Narayanan.

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This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference Diagrams 2002, held in Callaway Gardens, Georgia, USA, in April 2002. The 21 revised full papers and 19 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 77 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on understanding and communicating with diagrams, diagrams in mathematics, computational aspects of diagrammatic representation and reasoning, logic and diagrams, diagrams in human-computer interaction, tracing the process of diagrammatic reasoning, visualizing information with diagrams, diagrams and software engineering, and cognitive aspects.
Invited Talk
What Does It Mean for a Computer to Do Diagrammatic Reasoning? A Functional Characterization of Diagrammatic Reasoning and Its Implications
Understanding and Communicating with Diagrams
Movement Conceptualizations in Graphical Communication
Toward a Model of Knowledge-Based Graph Comprehension
Learning on Paper: Diagrams and Discovery in Game Playing
Diagrams in Mathematics
Using Animation in Diagrammatic Theorem Proving
Generating Euler Diagrams
Corresponding Regions in Euler Diagrams
Computational Aspects of Diagrammatic Representation and Reasoning
CDEG: Computerized Diagrammatic Euclidean Geometry
Compositional Semantics for Diagrams Using Constrained Objects
Retrieving 2-D Line Drawings by Example
A System That Supports Using Student-Drawn Diagrams to Assess Comprehension of Mathematical Formulas
An Environment for Conducting and Analysing Graphical Communication Experiments
Grammar-Based Layout for a Visual Programming Language Generation System
Heterogeneous Data Querying in a Diagrammatic Information System
Visualization vs. Specification in Diagrammatic Notations: A Case Study with the UML
Logic and Diagrams
The Inferential-Expressive Trade-Off: A Case Study of Tabular Representations
Modeling Heterogeneous Systems
On Diagram Tokens and Types
Diagrams in Human-Computer Interaction
Effects of Navigation and Position on Task When Presenting Diagrams to Blind People uUsing Sound
A Fuzzy Visual Query Language for a Domain-Specific Web Search Engine
Diagrammatic Integration of Abstract Operations into Software Work Contexts
Tracing the Processes of Diagrammatic Reasoning
Extracting Explicit and Implict Information from Complex Visualizations
Visual Attention and Representation Switching During Java Program Debugging: A Study Using the Restricted Focus Viewer
Guiding Attention Produces Inferences in Diagram-Based Problem Solving
Visualizing Information with Diagrams
ViCo: A Metric for the Complexity of Information Visualizations
Opening the Information Bottleneck in Complex Scheduling Problems with a Novel Representation: STARK Diagrams
Using Brightness and Saturation to Visualize Belief and Uncertainty
Diagrams in Software Engineering
Structure, Abstraction, and Direct Manipulation in Diagram Editors
On the Definition of Visual Languages and Their Editors
Describing the Syntax and Semantics of UML Statecharts in a Heterogeneous Modelling Environment
Cognitive Aspects of Diagrammatic Representation and Reasoning
The Learnability of Diagram Semantics
Understanding Simultaneity and Causality in Static Diagrams versus Animation
External Representations Contribute to the Dynamic Construction of Ideas
One Small Step for a Diagram, One Giant Leap for Meaning
Understanding Static and Dynamic Visualizations
Teaching Science Teachers Electricity Using AVOW Diagrams
Conceptual Diagrams: Representing Ideas in Design
A Survey of Drawing in Cross-Linguistic Communication
Invited Talk
Informal Tools for Designing Anywhere, Anytime, Anydevice User Interfaces.
Hegarty, Mary, editor., Editor,
Meyer, Bernd, editor., Editor,
Narayanan, N. Hari, editor., Editor,
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