Accepted Submissions

The conference accepted 16 Long papers, 25 Short papers, four Abstracts with long talks, and a total of 22 Abstracts and Posters which will be presented as lightening talks in the program. All Abstracts and some Posters are non-archival contributions and their associated 3 page submissions and are available for download; see the individual articles below for links.

Long Papers

Presenting Basic Graph Logic Marcia R. Cerioli, Leandro Suguitani and Petrucio Viana

Observed Strategies of Drawing Data Representations Fiorenzo Colarusso, Peter Cheng, Grecia Garcia Garcia, Daniel Raggi and Mateja Jamnik

Revisiting Peirce’s rules of transformation for Euler-Venn diagrams Reetu Bhattacharjee and Amirouche Moktefi

The search for symmetry in Hohfeldian modalities Matteo Pascucci and Giovanni Sileno

On the Cognitive Potential of Derivative Meaning in Aristotelian Diagrams Hans Smessaert, Atsushi Shimojima and Lorenz Demey

What kind of opposition-forming operator is privation? José David García

Image Schemas in Diagrammatic Reasoning: the Case of Hasse Diagrams Dimitra Bourou, Marco Schorlemmer and Enric Plaza

Cognitive Properties of Representations: A Framework, Peter Cheng, Grecia Garcia Garcia, Daniel Raggi, Aaron Stockdill and Mateja Jamnik

Considerations in Representation Selection for Problem Solving: a Review Aaron Stockdill, Daniel Raggi, Mateja Jamnik, Grecia Garcia Garcia and Peter Cheng

Extracting Interactive Actor-Based Dataflow Models from Legacy C Code Niklas Rentz, Steven Smyth, Lewe Andersen and Reinhard von Hanxleden

Wittgenstein’s Picture-Investigations Michael Biggs

Through the eyes of an archeologist: studying the role of prior knowledge in learning with diagrams Erica de Vries

Diagrammatic Representations of Uncertainty in Meteorological Forecasting Brandon Boesch

Schopenhauer’s Partition Diagrams and Logical Geometry Jens Lemanski and Lorenz Demey

Aesthetics and Ordering in Stacked Area Charts Steffen Strunge Mathiesen and Hans-Jörg Schulz

Interactivity in Linear Diagrams Peter Chapman

Short Papers

Diagrams as part of Physical Theories:  A Representational Conception Javier Anta

Truth Tables without Truth Values: On 4.27 and 4.42 of Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Tabea Rohr

Combining and relating Aristotelian diagrams Leander Vignero

Structuralist analysis for neural network system diagrams Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre Freitas

The fall and rise of resemblance diagrams Mikkel Willum Johansen and Josefine Lomholt Pallavicini

Intentional Diagram Design: Using Gestalt Perceptual Grouping in Cladograms to Tackle Students’ Misconceptions Jingyi Liu and Laura Novick

Residuation in Peirce’s Existential Graphs Nathan Haydon and Ahti Pietarinen

Equivalence proof for intuitionistic existential Alpha graphs Arnold Oostra

Diagrams in Essays: Exploring the Kinds of Diagrams Students Generate and How Well They Work Emmanuel Manalo and Mari Fukuda

Tractarian Notations Francesco Bellucci

Visualising Lattices with Tabular Diagrams Utta Priss

Beyond counting: Measuring diagram intensity in mathematical research papers during the past 25 years Henrik Kragh Sørensen

How can numerals be iconic? Varieties of iconicity Dirk Schlimm

On the relationship between geometric objects and figures in Euclidean geometry Mario Bacelar Valente

Validity as choiceless unification Frank Thomas Sautter and Bruno Ramos Mendonça

Number and quality of diagrams in scholarly publications is associated with number of citations Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre Freitas

Interactive, Orthogonal Hyperedge Routing in Schematic Diagrams Assisted by Layout Automatisms, Stefan Helmke, Bernhard Goetze, Robert Scheffler and  Gregor Wrobel

Understanding scholarly neural network system diagrams through application of VisDNA Guy Marshall, Caroline Jay and Andre Freitas

Comics and Diagrams: An Introductory Overview Andrea Tosti

On identity in Peirce’s Beta Graphs Javier Legris

The Science of Seeing Science: Examining The Visuality Hypotheses Claire Goggin and Lisa Best

A Universal Grammar for Specifying Visualization Types Yuri Engelhardt and Clive Richards

New Representations of Modal Functions Pedro Falcão

Aaron Schuyler: the missing link between Euler and Venn diagrams? Marcos Bautista López Aznar and Walter Federico Gadea

Diagramming Incomplete and Imprecise Temporal Information Hakob Barseghyan

Abstracts (Long Talks)

Drawing Algorithms for Linear Diagrams Peter Chapman, Kevin Sim and Huanghao Chen

Effects of strategy-based motivation, quality of diagrams and performance in mathematics Stanislaw Schukajlow, Judith Blomberg, Johanna Rellensmann and Claudia Leopold

How do the semantic properties of visual explanations guide causal inference? Holly Huey, Caren Walker and Judith Fan

The Syntax and Semantics of Wire Diagrams: Two Approaches Bryan Pickel and Brian Rabern

Abstracts and Posters (Lightning Talks)

Evidence of Chunking in A Simple Drawing Task Yanze Liu and Peter Cheng

Can humans and machines classify photographs as depicting negation? Yuri Sato and Koji Mineshima

Modeling Multimodal Interactions and Feedback for Embodied Geovisualization Markus Berger

Peirce’s Graphical Solution to ‘Peirce’s Puzzle’ Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen

Venn Diagrams with “Most”: A Natural Logic Approach Xinwen Liu and Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen

Jin Yuelin’s Simplification of Venn Diagrams Xinwen Liu and Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen

Natural Deduction for Intuitionistic Euler-Venn Diagrams Sven Linker

Dynamic Flowcharts for Enhancing Learners’ Understanding of the Control Flow during Programming Learning Mikhail Denisov, Anton Anikin and Oleg Sychev

How can we statistically analyze the achievement of diagrammatic literacy from high school regular tests? Yuri Uesaka, Shun Saso and Takeshi Akisawa

What are rules for? A Carroll-Peirce comparison Amirouche Moktefi and Reetu Bhattacharjee

Cognitive Style’s Effects on User Task Performance in Network Visualisations Nikita Lomov, Quang Vinh Nguyen, Weidong Huang and Jing Luo

What Diagrams Are Considered Useful for Solving Mathematical Word Problems in Japan? Hiroaki Ayabe, Emmanuel Manalo, Mari Fukuda and Norihiro Sadato

The Presence of Diagrams and Problems Requiring Diagram Construction: Comparing Mathematical Word Problems in Japanese and Canadian Textbooks Mari Fukuda, Emmanuel Manalo and Hiroaki Ayabe

Concentrating Competency Profile Data Into Cognitive Map of Knowledge Diagnosis Viktor Uglev and Oleg Sychev

Visualizing Program State as a Clustered Graph for Learning Programming Oleg Sychev

A Diagrammatic Representation of Hegel’s Scienceof Logic Valentin Pluder and Jens Lemanski

Visualizing Worldviews: Applications of Diagrammatic Notation to Cosmology & Theology in the Middle Ages Tessa Ng (N)

Visualizing Inner-Sense Theories:  An Application of Scientonomic Diagramming Carlin Henikoff and Paul Patton (N)

Diagramming Aristotle’s and Philoponus’ Theories of Projectile Motion Josh Allen (N)

Dodecagons for modal opposition in the Quantified Argument Calculus Matteo Pascucci and Jonas Raab (N)

Music and Mathematics: Diagrammatic Reasoning in the 14th Century Daniel Muzzulini (N)

Visuospatial Skills and the Workforce Israel Flores, Carson Fallon and Maithilee Kunda (N)

N = Non-archival