Programme

Updated 25 Oct: Programme at a glance
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Day One - Thursday, 24 October 2013
09:45
Welcome: M. I. Cordeiro (UDCC), E. S. van Eijck van Heslinga (Koninklijke Bibliotheek), A. Slavic (Programme Committee)
10:00
Keynote Address: From the index card to the World City: knowledge organization and visualization in the work and ideas of Paul Otlet
W. Boyd Rayward, Professor Emeritus, University of Illinois (USA)
SESSION 1:
Challenges in visualization of knowledge
Chair: Andrea Scharnhorst
11:30
From trees to webs: uprooting knowledge through visualization
Scott B. Weingart, Indiana University (USA)
12:10
Visualizing knowledge interaction in the multiverse of knowledge
Charles van den Heuvel, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Netherlands)
Richard Smiraglia, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (USA)
12:40
Challenges of knowledge structure visualization
Xia Lin, Drexel University, Philadelphia (USA)
Jae-wook Ahn, Drexel University, Philadelphia (USA)
14:00
Posters introduction (conference room)
SESSION 2:
Categorisation for retrieval, exploration and learning
Chair: Richard Smiraglia
14:30
Looking at one million images: how visualization of big cultural data helps us to unlearn our cultural categories
Lev Manovich, CUNY Graduate Center (USA)
15:10
Sempre avanti? Some reflections on faceted interfaces
Kathryn La Barre, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (USA)
15:50
How can users get the gist of a taxonomy using tag clouds?
Nathalie Pinede, Bordeaux University (France)
Véronique Lespinet-Najib, Bordeaux Polytechnic Institute (France)
SESSION 3:
Classification, interfaces and information architecture
Chair: Xia Lin
16:50
How to design interfaces for choice: the role of classification in information architecture
Luca Rosati, University for Foreigners of Perugia (Italy)
17:30
Ghost in the shell: navigation, meaning and place-making in information space
Andrea Resmini, Jönköping International Business School (Sweden)
Day Two - Friday, 25 October
SESSION 4:
Visualization and navigation of knowledge structures
Chair: Almila Akdag Salah
09:00
Memory Islands: an approach to cartographic visualization
Bin Yang, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Sorbonne Universities (France)
Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, University Pierre and Marie Curie, Sorbonne Universities (France)
09:30
Exploring semantically related concepts from Wikipedia: the case of SeRE
Daniel Hienert, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Germany)
Dennis Wegener, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Germany)
Siegfried Schomisch, GESIS - Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences (Germany)
10:00
The Homer's list, or How classifications can be displayed on tablets
Dario Rodighiero, Sciences Po Paris (France)
Giorgio De Michelis, University of Milano - Bicocca (Italy)
SESSION 5:
Indexing languages, relationships and visualization
Chair: Sylvie Davies
11:00
From modelling to visualization of topic relationships in classification schemes
Rebecca Green, OCLC (USA)
Diane Vizine-Goetz, OCLC (USA)
Marcia Lei Zeng, Kent State University (USA)
Maja Žumer, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
11:30
Semantic visualization for subject authority data of Chinese Classified Thesaurus
Wei Fan, University of Sichuan (China)
Shuqing Bu, National Library of China
Qing Zou, Lakehead University, Ontario (Canada)
12:00
Enhancing user browsing success through visualization of indexing terms
Špela Razpotnik, National and University Library of Slovenia
Alenka Šauperl, University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)
13:10
SESSION 6:
Visualization in collection searching and browsing
Chair: Kathryn La Barre
13:30
Sorting documents by base theme with synthetic classification: the double query method
Claudio Gnoli, University of Pavia (Italy)
Alberto Cheti, ISKO Italy
14:00
Easy categorization of large image collections by automatic analysis and information visualization
Marcel Worring, University of Amsterdam (Netherlands)
SESSION 7:
Visualizing analytics of classification and collection metadata
Chair: Charles van den Heuvel
15:10
Data artefacts: tracking knowledge-ordering conflicts through visualization
Matthew Battles, metaLAB, University of Harvard (USA)
Yanni Loukissas, metaLAB, University of Harvard (USA)
15.40
UDC in action
Richard Smiraglia, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee (USA)
Andrea Scharnhorst, DANS, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Netherlands)
Almila Akdag Salah, DANS, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Netherlands)
Cheng Gao, DANS, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (Netherlands)
16:20
Panel
17:00
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