Diagrams will host the International Workshop on Set Visualization and Reasoning 2018.
Attendance at the workshop is included in the standard registration fee, so you can attend at no extra cost.
Organisers: Yuri Sato, University of Brighton, and Zohreh Shams, University of Cambridge.
The workshop will run on 18th June, the day before the Diagrams’ main technical program begins.
SetVR 2018 will be the 6th meeting, with the first one held in 2004, previously called the Euler Diagrams Workshop. It aims to promote theoretical, empirical, applied research on visualization and diagrammatic reasoning, especially, about sets (set-theoretical and grouped data). SetVR 2018 will encourage researchers to submit papers on set visualization and reasoning in the following areas (but not limited to):
Information Visualization: diagram/graph drawing and layout, data visualization, ontology visualization, human-computer interaction.
Diagrammatic Logic: formalization, inference system, expressiveness, decidability, computa-
tional complexity, automated reasoning, history of notation.
Cognitive Science: efficacy evaluation, cognitive process, cognitive model, educational
Application of Diagrams: visual modlling, real world reasoning, ontology engineering, data exploration.
SetVR 2018 welcomes the following types of contributions, in Springer LNCS style:
- full papers (16 pages): original research, surveys.
- short papers (8 pages): systems descriptions, software demonstrations, position statements, original research.
All submissions will go through a peer-review process. Accepted papers are expected to be published online by CEUR Workshop Proceedings (CEUR-WS.org).
Please see the SetVR 2018 website for full details.