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Publications

2014

[Demiralp et al., 2014]
Cagatay Demiralp, Carlos E Scheiddegger, Gordon L Kindlmann, David H. Laidlaw, and Jeffrey Heer. Visual Embedding: A Model for Visualization. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 20(1), January 2014. (bibtex: Demiralp-2014-VEM).

2011

[Li et al., 2011]
Guangxia Li, Andrew C. Bragdon, Zhigeng Pan, Mingmin Zhang, Sharon Swartz, David H. Laidlaw, Chaoyang Zhang, Hanyu Liu, and Jian Chen. VisBubbles: a workflow-driven framework for scientific data analysis of time-varying biological datasets, 2011. (pdf) (bibtex: Li-2011-VWF).

2008

[Keefe et al., 2008]
Daniel Keefe, Daniel Acevedo, Jadrian Miles, Fritz Drury, Sharon Swartz, and David H. Laidlaw. Scientific Sketching for Collaborative VR Visualization Design. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 14(4):835-847, July-August 2008. (pdf) (bibtex: Keefe-2008-SSF).

2007

[Chen et al., 2007]
Jian Chen, Victoria Interrante, William Ribarsky, and David H. Laidlaw. Getting Human-Centered Computing and Scientific Visualization Married: the Myth and Critical issues. IEEE Visualization Panel, Oct 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Chen-2007-HVP).
[Keefe, 2007]
Daniel Keefe. Interactive 3D Drawing for Free-Form Modeling in Scientific Visualization and Art: Tools, Methodologies, and Theoretical Foundations. PhD thesis, Brown University, 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Keefe-2007-I3D).
[Keefe, 2007]
Daniel Keefe. PhD Defense Talk. Brown University, 2007. Unpublished (pdf) (bibtex: Keefe-2007-DEF).

2005

[Acevedo et al., 2005]
Daniel Acevedo, Cullen Jackson, David H. Laidlaw, and Fritz Drury. Using Visual Design Expertise to Characterize the Effectiveness of 2D Scientific Visualization Methods. In Proceedings IEEE Visualization, Poster Compendium (BEST POSTER AWARD), October 2005. (pdf) (bibtex: Acevedo-2005-UVD).
[House et al., 2005]
Don House, Victoria Interrante, David H. Laidlaw, Russell Taylor, and Colin Ware. Panel: Design and Evaluation in Visualization Research. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, Minneapolis, MN, October 2005. (pdf) (bibtex: House-2005-DEV).
[Keefe and Laidlaw, 2005]
Daniel Keefe and David H. Laidlaw. A Haptic Interface for Creating Smooth 3D Curves with Varying Line Weight. In Proceesings SIGGRAPH, Posters Program, 2005. (pdf) (bibtex: Keefe-2005-HIC).
[Keefe and Laidlaw, 2005]
Daniel Keefe and David H. Laidlaw. A Haptic Interface for Creating Smooth 3D Curves with Varying Line Weight (POSTER), 2005. (pdf) (bibtex: Keefe-2005-HIP).
[Laidlaw et al., 2005]
David H. Laidlaw, Michael Kirby, Cullen Jackson, J. Scott Davidson, Timothy Miller, Marco DaSilva, William Warren, and Michael Tarr. Comparing 2D vector field visualization methods: A user study. In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 11(1):59-70, January-February 2005. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-2005-CVF).

2004

[Gaither et al., 2004]
Kelly Gaither, Bill Geisler, David H. Laidlaw, and David Ebert. Panel: In the Eye of the Beholder: The Role of Perception in Scientific Visualization. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 567-568, October 10—15 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Gaither-2004-IEB).
[Kirby et al., 2004]
Michael Kirby, Daniel Keefe, and David H. Laidlaw. Painting and Visualization. In Visualization Handbook. Academic Press, June 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Kirby-2004-PAV).
[Laidlaw et al., 2004]
David H. Laidlaw, davidkremers, A.W. Toga, Fritz Drury, and Russell E. Jacobs. Applying Lessons from Visual Art to Exploration of the Brain. Panel in Thirty-Seventh Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research, January 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-2004-ALV).
[Laidlaw, 2004]
David H. Laidlaw. Visualization of Multi-Valued Scientific Data: Applying Ideas from Art and Perceptual Psychology. Poster for NSF, June 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-2004-VMS).
[Leyton et al., 2004]
Michael Leyton, Doug DeCarlo, David H. Laidlaw, and Frediric Leymarie. Computational Aspects of Paintings. Panel at 2004 SIAM Conference on Geometric Design and Computing, November 2004. (bibtex: Leyton-2004-CAP).

2003

[Karelitz et al., 2003]
David Karelitz, Daniel Keefe, and David H. Laidlaw. Using CavePainting to Create Scientific Visualizations. Technical Report CS-03-26, Master's Project, Computer Science Department, Brown University, Providence, RI, 2003. (pdf) (ppt) (bibtex: Karelitz-2003-UCT).
[Karelitz et al., 2003]
David Karelitz, Daniel Keefe, and David H. Laidlaw. Using CavePainting to Create Scientific Visualizations. In Proceedings IEEE Visualization, Posters Compendium, page 109, October 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Karelitz-2003-UCC).
[McClain, 2003]
Andrew McClain. CaveSculpture: Creating sculpture from CavePaintings. Technical Report CS-03-27, Master's Project, Computer Science Department, Brown University, Providence, RI, 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: McClain-2003-CCS).
[Vote et al., 2003]
Eileen Vote, Daniel Acevedo, Cullen Jackson, Jason Sobel, and David H. Laidlaw. Design-by-Example: A Schema for Designing Visualizations Using Examples from Art. In SIGGRAPH 2003 Sketches and Applications. ACM SIGGRAPH, 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Vote-2003-DBE).

2001

[Healey et al., 2001]
Christopher G. Healey, Victoria Interrante, davidkremers, David H. Laidlaw, and Penny Rheingans. Nonphotorealistic Rendering in Scientific Visualization. In Course Notes of SIGGRAPH 2001, volume Course 32, August 2001. (pdf) (bibtex: Healey-2001-NRS).
[Laidlaw, 2001]
David H. Laidlaw. Loose, Artistic ``Textures'' for Visualization. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 21(2):6-9, March/April 2001. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-2001-LAT).
[Rhyne et al., 2001]
Theresa-Marie Rhyne, David H. Laidlaw, Christopher G. Healey, Victoria Interrante, and David Duke. Realism, Expressionism, and Abstraction: Applying Art Techniques to Visualization. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 523-526, San Diego, California, October 2001. (pdf) (bibtex: Rhyne-2001-REA).

2000

[Laidlaw, 2000]
David H. Laidlaw. Applying Concepts from Oil Painting and Art to Visualization. Sidebar in IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, January 2000. (bibtex: Laidlaw-2000-ACO).
[Laidlaw et al., 2000]
David H. Laidlaw, Michael Tarr, and George Karniadakis. Visualization of Multi-valued Scientific Data: Applying Ideas from Art and Perceptual Psychology. NSF ITR Grant Proposal, September 2000. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-2000-VMS).

1999

[Kirby et al., 1999]
Michael Kirby, H. Marmanis, and David H. Laidlaw. Visualizing Multivalued Data from 2D Incompressible Flows Using Concepts from Painting. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 1999, pages 333-340, 1999. (pdf) (bibtex: Kirby-1999-VMD).
[Swan et al., 1999]
J. Edward Swan, Victoria Interrante, David H. Laidlaw, Theresa-Marie Rhyne, and Tamara Munzner. Visualization Needs More Visual Design! Sensory Design Issues as a Driving Problem for Visualization Research. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 485-490, San Francisco, California, 1999. (pdf) (bibtex: Swan-1999-VNM).

1998

[Laidlaw et al., 1998]
David H. Laidlaw, davidkremers, Eric T. Ahrens, and Matthew J. Avalos. Visually Representing Multi-valued Scientific Data Using Concepts from Oil Painting. In SIGGRAPH '98 Visual Proceedings (sketch), page 249, August 1998. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-1998-VRM).
[Laidlaw et al., 1998]
David H. Laidlaw, davidkremers, Felice Frankel, Victoria Interrante, and Thomas F. Banchoff. Panel: Art and Visualization: Oil and Water? In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 507-509, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, October 18—23 1998. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-1998-AVO).
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Other Bibliography

2007

[Grey, 2007]
Jen Grey. Daniel Keefe, Cavepainter. ACM SIGGRAPH Arts, October 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Grey-2007-DKC).
[Piquepaille, 2007]
Roland Piquepaille. Drawing on Air with Haptics in 3D. Slashdot.com, September 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Piquepaille-2007-DAH).
[Staedter, 2007]
Tracy Staedter. New Tech Lets You Draw in the Air. Discovery News, October 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Staedter-2007-NTL).
[Taygun, 2007]
Haydar Taygun. CSers develop new 3D design tool. Brown Daily Herald, October 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Taygun-2007-CDN).
[Zyga, 2007]
Zyga. Artists draw on air to create 3D illustrations. Online magazine PHYSORG.com, 2007. (pdf) (bibtex: Zyga-2007-ADA).

2006

[Grossberg, 2006]
Stephen Grossberg. The Art of Seeing and Painting. Technical Report CAS/CNS-2006-011, Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems, Boston University, 2006. (pdf) (bibtex: Grossberg-2006-ASP).
[Urness et al., 2006]
Timothy Urness, Victoria Interrante, Ellen Longmire, Ivan Marusic, Sean O’Neill, and Thomas W. Jones. Strategies for the Visualization of Multiple 2D Vector Fields. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 26(4):74-82, July/August 2006. (pdf) (bibtex: Urness-2006-SVM).

2005

[Carlomagno, 2005]
Giovanni Maria Carlomagno. Colours in a complex fluid flow. Optics and Laser Technology, 2005. (pdf) (bibtex: Carlomagno-2005-CCF).

2004

[Geisler, 2004]
Wilson S. Geisler. Keynote Address: The Human Visual System: How Is Its Design Related to the Physics of the Natural Environment? In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, page 18, October 10—15 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Geisler-2004-HVS).
[Gottlieb, 2004]
Shirle Gottlieb. Putting Byte in their Creativity. Long Beach Press-Telegram, August 12 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Gottlieb-2004-PBC).
[Healey et al., 2004]
Christopher G. Healey, James T. Enns, Laura Tateosian, and Mark Rempel. Perceptually-Based Brush Strokes for Nonphotorealistic Visualization. Transactions on Graphics, 23(1), January 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Healey-2004-PBB).
[Johnson and Hansen, 2004]
Christopher R. Johnson and Charles D. Hansen. Visualization Handbook. Academic Press, June 2004. (bibtex: Johnson-2004-VHA).
[Laidlaw et al., 2004]
David Laidlaw, Sharon Swartz, George Karniadakis, and Peter Richardson. Understanding Unsteady Bioflows through Simulation, Modeling, Visualization, Art, and Psychology. NSF-ITR grant proposal, 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Laidlaw-2004-UUB).
[Marcos et al., 2004]
A. F. Marcos, W. Muller, and H. Schumann. Visual Knowledge Discovery. Computers and Graphics, 28(3):309-310, June 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Marcos-2004-VKD).
[Whittington, 2004]
Jana Whittington. The process of effective critiques. Computers and Graphics, 28(3):401-407, June 2004. (pdf) (bibtex: Whittington-2004-PEC).

2003

[Freeman et al., 2003]
William T. Freeman, Joshua B. Tenenbaum, and Egon C. Pasztor. Learning Style Translation for the Lines of a Drawing. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 22(1):33-46, January 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Freeman-2003-LST).
[Jankun-Kelly, 2003]
T.J. Jankun-Kelly. Visualizing Visualization: A Model and Framework for Visualization Exploration. PhD thesis, Center for Image Processing and Integrated Computing, University of California, Davis, June 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Jankun-2003-VVM).
[Paley, 2003]
W. Bradford Paley. Invited talk: Information Esthetics: from MoMA to Wall Street. In Proceedings of IEEE Information Visualization Symposium, Seattle, Washington, October 20—21 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Bradford-2003-IEM).
[Pelli et al., 2003]
D.G. Pelli, B. Farell, and D. C. Moore. The remarkable inefficiency of word recognition. Nature, 423:752-756, June 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Pelli-2003-RIW).
[Shedd, 2003]
Ben Shedd. Capstone address:Exploding The Frame: Designing for Wall-Size Computer Displays. In Proceedings of IEEE Information Visualization Symposium, Seattle, Washington, October 20—21 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Shedd-2003-EFD).
[Tang et al., 2003]
Diane Tang, Chris Stolte, and Robert Bosch. Design Choices when Architecting Visualizations. In Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, October 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Tang-2003-DCA).
[Urness et al., 2003]
Timothy Urness, Victoria Interrante, Ivan Marusic, Ellen Longmire, and Bharathram Ganapathisubramani. Effectively Visualizing Multi-Valued Flow Data using Color and Texture. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization, October 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Urness-2003-EVM).
[Ware, 2003]
Colin Ware. Keynote address: Thinking with Visualization. In Proceedings of IEEE Information Visualization Symposium, Seattle, Washington, October 20—21 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Ware-2003-TVI).
[Wattenberg and Fisher, 2003]
Martin Wattenberg and Danyel Fisher. A Model of Multi-Scale Perceptual Organization in Information Graphics. In Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Information Visualization, October 2003. (pdf) (bibtex: Wattenberg-2003-MMS).

2002

[Ernst et al., 2002]
Marc Ernst, Martin Banks, Felix Wichmann, Laurence Maloney, and Heinrich Bulthoff. Combining sensory information to improve visualization. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 571-574, Boston, Massachusetts, October 27—November 01 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Ernst-2002-CSI).
[Frankel, 2002]
Felice Frankel. Envisioning Science: The Design and Craft of the Science Image. MIT Press, March 2002. (bibtex: Frankel-2002-ESC).
[Grossman et al., 2002]
Tovi Grossman, Ravin Balakrishnan, Gordon Kurtenbach, George Fitzmaurice, Azam Khan, and Bill Buxton. Creating Principal 3D Curves with Digital Tape Drawing. In Proceedings of Computer-Human Interaction Conference, pages 121-128, 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Grossman-2002-CP3).
[Healey and Enns, 2002]
Christopher G. Healey and James T. Enns. Perception and painting: a search for effective, engaging visualizations. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 22(2):10-15, March/April 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Healey-2002-PPS).
[Holden, 2002]
Constance Holden. Random Samples: Painterly Data. Science Magazine, 298(5594):739, October 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Holden-2002-RSA).
[Kosslyn, 2002]
Stephen M. Kosslyn. Display Design for the Eye and Mind. In Proceedings of IEEE Information Visualization Symposium, Boston, Massachusetts, October 28—October 29 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Kosslyn-2002-DDE).
[Taylor II, 2002]
Russell M. Taylor II. Visualizing Multiple Scalar Fields on the Same Surface. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 22(2):6-10, March-April 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Taylor-2002-VMS).

2001

[Healey, 2001]
C.G. Healey. Combining Perception and Impressionist Techniques for Nonphotorealistic Visualization of Multidimensional Data. In SIGGRAPH 2001 Course 32: Nonphotorealistic Rendering in Scientific Visualization, pages 20-52, 2001. (pdf) (bibtex: Healey-2001-CPI).
[Ma et al., 2001]
Kwan-Liu Ma, Aaron Hertzmann, Victoria Interrante, and Eric B. Lum. Recent Advances in Non-Photorealistic Rendering for Art and Visualization. In SIGGRAPH 2002 Course Notes. Course 23., August 2002. (pdf) (bibtex: Ma-2001-RAN).
[Salisbury, 2001]
Leslie Denise Pinnel Salisbury. Automatic Visual Display Design and Creation. PhD thesis, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Washington, 2001. (pdf) (bibtex: Pinnel-2001-AVD).

2000

[Eick, 2000]
S. G. Eick. Visual Discovery and Analysis. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 6(1):44-58, 2000. (pdf) (bibtex: Eick-2000-VDA).
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[Interrante, 2000]
Victoria Interrante. Harnessing Natural Textures for Multivariate Visualization. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 20(6):6-11, November/December 2000. (pdf) (bibtex: Interrante-2000-HNT).
[Ware, 2000]
Colin Ware. Information Visualization: Perception for Design. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2000. (bibtex: Ware-2000-IVP).
[Ware, 2000]
Colin Ware. Static and Moving Patterns, chapter 6, pages 201-240. Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2000. (pdf) (bibtex: Ware-2000-SMP).

1999

[Healey and Enns, 1999]
Christopher G. Healey and James T. Enns. Large Datasets at a Glance: Combining Textures and Colors in Scientific Visualization. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 5(2):145-167, April-June 1999. (pdf) (bibtex: Healey-1999-LDG).
[Horn, 1999]
Robert E. Horn. Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century. MacRovu Inc., 1999. (bibtex: Horn-1999-VLG).

1998

[Interrante and Grosch, 1998]
Victoria Interrante and Chester Grosch. Visualizing 3D Flow. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 18(4):49-53, July/August 1998. (pdf) (bibtex: Interrante-1998-V3F).
[Robertson, 1998]
George Robertson. Keynote Address: Leveraging Human Capabilities in Information Perceptualization. In Proceedings of IEEE Information Visualization Symposium, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, October 19—20 1998. (pdf) (bibtex: Robertson-1998-LHC).

1997

[Buxton, 1997]
Bill Buxton. Artists and the Art of the Luthier. Computer Graphics: The SIGGRAPH Quarterly, 31(1):10-11, 1997. (html) (bibtex: Buxton-1997-AAL).
[Frankel and Whitesides, 1997]
Felice Frankel and G. M. Whitesides. On the Surface of Things: Images of the Extraordinary in Science. Chronicle Books LLC, September 1997. (bibtex: Frankel-1997-OST).
[Pang et al., 1997]
A.T. Pang, C.M. Wittenbrink, and S.K. Lodha. Approaches to Uncertainty Visualization. The Visual Computer, 13(8):370-390, November 1997. (bibtex: Pang-1997-AUV).
[Rushmeier et al., 1997]
Holly Rushmeier, Harrison Barrett, Penny Rheingans, Sam Uselton, and Andrew Watson. Panel: Perceptual measures for effective visualizations. In Proceedings of 8th IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 515-517, Phoenix, Arizona, October 18—24 1997. (pdf) (bibtex: Rushmeier-1997-PME).

1996

[Gershon et al., 1996]
Nahum D. Gershon, Robert Braham, David Fracchia, Andrew Glassner, Barbara Manes-Hattal, and Russ Rose. Panel: Breaking the myth: one picture is not (always) worth a thousand words. In Proceedings of 7th IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 441-443, San Francisco, California, October 28—29 1996. (pdf) (bibtex: Gershon-1996-BMO).
[Pang and Sheehan, 1996]
S.K. Lodha A. Pang and R.E. Sheehan. UFLOW: Visualizing Uncertainty in Fluid Flow. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 1996, pages 249-254, 1996. (bibtex: Lodha-1996-UVU).
[Pang and Lodha, 1996]
C.M. Wittenbrink A. Pang and S.K. Lodha. Glyphs for Visualizing Uncertainty in Vector Fields. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2(3):266-279, September 1996. (bibtex: Wittenbrink-1996-GVU).
[Wandell, 1996]
Brian Wandell. Capstone address: The discriminability of colored-patterns: less than meets the eye. In Proceedings of 7th IEEE Visualization Conference, page 17, San Francisco, California, October 28—29 1996. (pdf) (bibtex: Wandell-1996-DCP).
[White, 1996]
Barbara E. White. Impressionists Side by Side: Their Friendships, Rivalries, and Artistic Exchanges. Knopf, 1996. (bibtex: White-1996-ISS).

1995

[Bergman et al., 1995]
Lawrence D. Bergman, Bernice E. Rogowitz, and Lloyd A. Treinish. A Rule-based Tool for Assisting Colormap Selection. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization, pages 118-125, Washington, DC, 1995. (pdf) (html) (bibtex: Bergman-1995-RTA).
[Inselberg et al., 1995]
Alfred Inselberg, Georges Grinstein, Andreas Buja, and Daniel Asimov. Panel: Visualizing Multidimensional (Multivariate) Data and Relations. Perception vs. Geometry. In Proceedings of 6th IEEE Visualization Conference, October 29 —November 03 1995. (pdf) (bibtex: Inselberg-1995-VMM).
[Kepes, 1995]
Gyorgy Kepes. Language of Vision. Dover Publications, 1995. (pdf) (bibtex: Kepes-1995-LOV).
[M.P. and C., 1995]
Baker, M.P., Bushell, and C. After the storm: considerations for information visualization. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 15(3), May 1995. (pdf) (bibtex: Baker-1995-ASC).
[Ware and Knight, 1995]
Colin Ware and William Knight. Using visual texture for information display. ACM Transactions on Graphics, 14(1):3-20, 1995. (pdf) (bibtex: Ware-1995-UVT).

1994

[Feldman, 1994]
Edmund B. Feldman. Practical Art Criticism. Prentice Hall, 1994. (bibtex: Feldman-1994-PAC).

1993

[Anstis, 1993]
Stuart Anstis. Capstone address: To understand visualization, it helps to understand vision. In Proceedings of 4th IEEE Visualization Conference, page 8, San Jose, California, October 25—29 1993. (pdf) (bibtex: Anstis-1993-UVH).
[Brooks, Jr., 1993]
Frederick P. Brooks and Jr. Keynote address: A vision for visualization. In Proceedings of 4th IEEE Visualization Conference, page 2, San Jose, California, October 25—29 1993. (pdf) (bibtex: Brooks-1993-VVI).
[Butler et al., 1993]
D. Butler, J. Almond, R. Bergeron, K. Brodlie, and R. Haber. Panel: Visualization Reference Models. In Proceedings of 4th IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 337-342, San Jose, California, October 25—29 1993. IEEE Computer Society Press. (pdf) (bibtex: Butler-1993-VRM).
[Hale, 1993]
Nathan Cabot Hale. Abstraction in Art and Nature. Dover Publications, Incorporated, 1993. (pdf) (bibtex: Hale-1993-AAN).
[Marchak et al., 1993]
Frank M. Marchak, William S. Cleveland, Bernice E. Rogowitz, and Christopher. Panel: The psychology of visualization. In Proceedings of 4th IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 351-354, San Jose, California, October 25—29 1993. (pdf) (bibtex: Marchak-1993-PVI).

1992

[Kosslyn et al., 1992]
Stephen M. Kosslyn, Nahum D. Gershon, Haim Levkowitz, and Justin D. Pearlman. Improving visualization: theoretical and empirical foundations. In Proceedings of 3rd IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 372-374, Boston, Massachusetts, October 19—23 1992. (pdf) (bibtex: Kosslyn-1992-IVT).
[Livingstone, 1992]
Margaret S. Livingstone. Capstone address: Parallel processing of form, color, motion, and depth: anatomy, physiology, art, and illision. In Proceedings of 3rd IEEE Visualization Conference, page 10, Boston, Massachusetts, October 19—23 1992. (pdf) (bibtex: Livingstone-1992-PPF).
[Wallschlaeger and Busic-Snyder, 1992]
Charles Wallschlaeger and Cynthia Busic-Snyder. Basic Visual Concepts and Principles for Artists, Architects and Designers. McGraw Hill, 1992. (pdf) (bibtex: Wallschlaeger-1992-BVC).

1991

[Levkowitz et al., 1991]
Haim Levkowitz, Richard A. Holub, Gary W. Meyer, and Philip K. Robertson. Panel: Color vs. black-and-white in visualization. In Proceedings of 2nd IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 336-339, San Diego, California, October 22—25 1991. (pdf) (bibtex: Levkowitz-1991-CBW).
[Robertson, 1991]
Philip K. Robertson. A Methodology for Choosing Data Representations. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 11(3):56-67, May/June 1991. (pdf) (bibtex: Robertson-1991-MCD).
[Wijk, 1991]
Jarke J. van Wijk. Spot Noise texture Synthesis for Data Visualization. In Proceedings of ACM SIGGRAPH 1991, pages 309-318. ACM Press, 1991. (pdf) (bibtex: vanWijk-1991-SNT).

1990

[Reuter et al., 1990]
Laurie Hodges Reuter, Paul Tukey, Laurence T. Maloney, John R. Pani, and Stuart Smith. Panel: Human perception and visualization. In Proceedings of 1st IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 401-406, San Francisco, California, October 23-26 1990. (pdf) (bibtex: Hodges-1990-HPV).
[Schwenk, 1990]
Theodor Schwenk. Sensitive Chaos. Schocken Books, 1990. (pdf) (bibtex: Schwenk-1990-SCH).
[Stark et al., 1990]
Lawrence W. Stark, Stephen Ellis, Michitaka Hirose, Won Soo Kim, Andrew Liu, Charles Neveu, An H. Nguyen, Greg Tharp, and Iris Hitomi Yamashita. Panel: Making a picture fit the eye: human engineering for computer graphics. In Proceedings of 1st IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 411-420, San Francisco, California, October 23-26 1990. (pdf) (bibtex: Stark-1990-MPF).
[Tufte, 1990]
Edward Tufte. Envisioning Information. Graphics Press, 1990. (bibtex: Tufte-1990-EIN).
[Ward et al., 1990]
Matthew O. Ward, James M. Coggins, Ivan Herman, Theo Pavlidis, and Norman Wittels. Panel: Graphics and imaging: trends toward unification? In Proceedings of 1st IEEE Visualization Conference, pages 407-410, San Francisco, California, October 23-26 1990. (pdf) (bibtex: Ward-1990-GIT).

1989

[Sorensen, 1989]
Vibeke Sorensen. The Contribution of the Artist to Scientific Visualization. Technical report, School of Film and Video, California Institute of the Arts, 1989. (pdf) (bibtex: Sorensen-1989-CAS).

1988

[Cox, 1988]
Donna J. Cox. Using the Supercomputer to Visualize Higher Dimensions: An Artist's Contribution to Scientific Visualization. Leonardo, 21(3):233-242, 1988. (pdf) (bibtex: Cox-1988-USV).

1983

[Tufte, 1983]
Edward Tufte. The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. Graphics Press, 1983. (bibtex: Tufte-1983-VDQ).

1974

[Stevens, 1974]
Peter S. Stevens. Patterns in Nature. Little Brown and Co, 1974. (pdf) (bibtex: Stevens-1974-PNA).

1971

[Encyclopedia, 1971]
World of Science Encyclopedia. World of Science Encyclopedia. Creative World Publications, 1971. (pdf) (bibtex: WOS-1971-WOS).

1964

[Collier, 1964]
Graham Collier. Form, Space and Vision. Prentice Hall Inc., 1964. (pdf) (bibtex: Collier-1964-FSV).

1939

[Ellis, 1939]
Willis D. Ellis. A source book of gestalt psychology. Harcourt, Brace, and company, New York, NY, 1939. (bibtex: Ellis-1939-SBG).
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