Computer Science, Swansea

Edited Books and Proceedings

[E1] Daniel Archambault, Helen C. Purchase, Tobias Hoßfeld. Evaluation in the Crowd:  Crowdsourcing and Human-Centred Experiments. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS 10264), 2017.

Journal Articles

[J21] Yong Wang, Daniel Archambault, Carlos E. Scheidegger and Huamin Qu. A Vector Field Design Approach to Animated Transitions. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, accepted and in press, 2017. paper
[J20] Naoko Toeda, Rina Nakazawa, Takayuki Itoh, Takafumi Saito, and Daniel Archambault. Convergent Drawing for Mutually Connected Directed Graphs. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, accepted and in press, 2017.
[J19] Yanhong Wu, Weiwei Cui, Nan Cao, Daniel Archambault, Qiaomu Shen, Huamin Qu. Evaluation of Graph Sampling: A Visualization Perspective. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (InfoVis 2016), 23(1):401--410, 2017. paper
[J18] David H. S. Chung, Daniel Archambault, Rita Borgo, Darren J. Edwards, Robert S. Laramee, Min Chen. How Ordered Is It? On the Perceptual Orderability of Visual Channels. Computer Graphics Forum (EuroVis 2016), 35(3):131--140, 2016. paper
[J17] Benjamin Bach, Pierre Dragicevic, Daniel Archambault, Christophe Hurter, and Sheelagh Carpendale. A Descriptive Framework for Temporal Data Visualizations Based on Generalized Space-Time Cubes. Computer Graphics Forum, 36(6):36--61, 2017. paper
[J16] Paolo Simonetto, Daniel Archambault, and Carlos Scheidegger. A Simple Approach for Boundary Improvement of Euler Diagrams. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (InfoVis 2015), 22(1):678--687, 2016. paper
[J15] Yong Wang, Qiaomu Shen, Daniel Archambault, Zhiguang Zhou, Min Zhu, Sixiao Yang, and Huamin Qu. AmbiguityVis: Visualization of Ambiguity in Graph Layouts. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics (InfoVis 2015), 22(1):359--368, 2016. paper
[J14] Daniel Archambault and Helen C. Purchase. Can Animation Support the Visualisation of Dynamic Graphs? Information Sciences, 330:495--509, 2016. paper
[J13] Daniel Archambault and Helen C. Purchase. On the Effective Visualisation of Dynamic Attribute Cascades. Information Visualization (Journal), 15(1):51--63, 2016. paper
[J12] Daniel Archambault and Neil Hurley. Visualization of Trends in Subscriber Attributes of Communities on Mobile Telecommunications Networks. Social Networks Analysis and Mining, 4(1):205. paper
[J11] Daniel Archambault and Helen C. Purchase. The "Map" in the Mental Map: Experimental Results in Dynamic Graph Drawing. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 71(11):1044--1055. paper
[J10] Paolo Simonetto, Daniel Archambault, David Auber, and Romain Bourqui. ImPrEd: An Improved Force-Directed Algorithm that Prevents Nodes from Crossing Edges. Proceedings of EuroVis 2011 in Computer Graphics Forum, 30(3):1071-1080.  Acceptance rate 29%.  paper
[J9] Daniel Archambault, Helen Purchase, and Bruno Pinaud. The Readability of Path-Preserving Clusterings of Graphs.  Proceedings of EuroVis 2010 in Computer Graphics Forum, 29(3):1173-1182. Acceptance rate 29%.  paper
[J8] Daniel Archambault, Helen Purchase, and Bruno Pinaud. Animation, Small Multiples, and the Effect of Mental Map Preservation in Dynamic Graphs. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 17(4):539-552. paper
[J7] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, and David Auber. Tugging Graphs Faster : Efficiently Modifying Path-Preserving Hierarchies for Browsing Paths. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 17(3):276-289. paper.
[J6] Paolo Simonetto, David Auber, and Daniel Archambault. Fully Automatic Visualisation of Overlapping Sets. In Proceedings of EuroVis 2009 in Computer Graphics Forum, 28(3):967-974. Acceptance rate 30% paper.
[J5] Donald Derrick and Daniel Archambault. Treeform: Explaining and exploring grammar through syntax trees. In Literary and Linguistic Computing 25(1):53 - 66.
[J4] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, and David Auber. GrouseFlocks: Steerable Exploration of Graph Hierarchy Space. In IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 14(4):900-913, July/August 2008. paper
[J3] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, and David Auber. Smashing Peacocks Further: Drawing Quasi-Trees from Biconnected components. In Proceedings of InfoVis 2006 in Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 12(5):813 - 820, September 2006. Acceptance Rate 23%. paper
[J2] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, and David Auber. TopoLayout: Multi-Level Graph Layout by Topological Features. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 13(2):305-317, March/April 2007. paper
[J1] Daniel Archambault, William Evans, and David Kirkpatrick. Computing the Set of All the Distant Horizons of a Terrain. Invited submission to Selected Papers from the 16th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry (CCCG) in International Journal of Computational Geometry and Applications 15(6):547 - 563, December 2005. paper

Refereed Conferences

[C16] Paolo Simonetto, Daniel Archambault and Stephen Kobourov. Drawing Dynamic Graphs Without Timeslices. Graph Drawing 2017, accepted and in press, 2017.
[C15] Athanasios Vogogias, Jessie Kennedy, Daniel Archambault, Victoria Anne Smith, Hannah Currant. MLCut: exploring Multi-Level Cuts in dendrograms for biological data. Computer Graphics and Visual Computing Conference (CGVC 2016). paper
[C14] Naoko Toeda, Rina Nakazawa, Takayuki. Itoh, Takafumi Saito, and Daniel Archambault. On Edge Bundling and Node Layout for Mutually Connected Directed Graphs, 20th International Conference on Information Visualisation (IV2016), 94-99. paper
[C13] Benjamin Bach, Pierre Dragicevic, Daniel Archambault, Christophe Hurter, and Sheelagh Carpendale. A Review of Temporal Data Visualizations Based on Space-Time Cube Operations. Proceedings State of the Art Reports (STARs), EuroVis 2014, 23-41, 2014.
[C12] Daniel Archambault, Neil Hurley, and Cuong To Tu. ChurnVis: Visualizing Mobile Telecommunications Churn on a Social Network with Attributes. The IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining (ASONAM 2013) , 894-901.
[C11] Daniel Archambault and Helen C. Purchase. Mental Map Preservation Helps User Orientation in Dynamic Graphs. Graph Drawing 2012, LNCS 7704, 475-486. paper
[C10] Martin Harrigan, Daniel Archambault, Pádraig Cunningham, Neil Hurley. EgoNav: Exploring Networks through Egocentric Spatializations. Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI 2012), 563-570.
[C9] Daniel Archambault and Helen C. Purchase. The Mental Map and Memorability in Dynamic Graphs. IEEE Pacific Visualization 2012, 89-96. paper
[C8] Karen Wade, Derek Greene, Conrad Lee, Daniel Archambault, and Pádraig Cunningham. Identifying Representative Textual Sources in Blog Networks. Fifth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM 2011), 393-400. paper
[C7] Daniel Archambault, Helen C. Purchase, Bruno Pinaud. Difference Map Readability for Dynamic Graphs. Graph Drawing 2010, LNCS 6502, 50-61.  paper presentation/videos
[C6] Pierre-Yves Koenig, Faraz Zaidi, Daniel Archambault. Interactive Searching and Visualization of Patterns in Attributed Graphs. Graphics Interface 2010, 113-120.  Acceptance rate 38%.
[C5] Faraz Zaidi, Daniel Archambault, Guy Melançon.  Evaluating the Quality of Clustering Algorithms Using Cluster Path Lengths. Advances in Data Mining. Applications and Theoretical Aspects, 10th Industrial Conference, ICDM, 2010, 42-56.
[C4] Daniel Archambault. Structural Differences Between Two Graphs through Hierarchies Graphics Interface 2009, 87-94.  Acceptance rate 36%.  paper
[C3] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, and David Auber. TugGraph: Path-Preserving Hierarchies for Browsing Proximity and Paths in Graphs IEEE Pacific Visualization Symposium 2009, 113-121.  Acceptance rate 39%. paper
[C2] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, and David Auber. Feature-Based and Steerable Graph Hierarchy Exploration. Proceedings of EuroVis 2007, 67 - 74. Acceptance rate 38%. paper
[C1] Daniel Archambault, William Evans, and David Kirkpatrick. Computing All the Distant Horizons of a Terrain. Proceedings of the 16th Canadian Conference on Computational Geometry, pages 76 - 79, 2004. paper

Refereed Short Papers

[S2] Alexandra Lee and Daniel Archambault. Communities Found by Users -- not Algorithms: Comparing Human and Algorithmically Generated Communities. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Information Systems (CHI), 2396-2400, 2016.
[S1] Michael Nicholas, Daniel Archambault, and Robert S Laramee. Interactive Visualisation of Automotive Warranty Data Using Novel Extensions of Chord Diagrams. Proceedings of EuroVis Short Papers, 115-119, 2014.

Refereed Workshops

[W4] Daniel Archambault and Helen C. Purchase. On the Application of Experimental Results in Dynamic Graph Drawing. Diagrams Workshop on Graph Visualization in Practice, 2014.
[W3] Anthony Brew, Derek Greene, Daniel Archambault, and Pádraig Cunningham. Deriving Insights from National Happiness Indices. ICDM SENTIRE Sentiment Elicitation from Natural Text for Information Retrieval and Extraction, 53-60, 2011. paper
[W2] Daniel Archambault, Derek Greene, Pádraig Cunningham, Neil Hurley. ThemeCrowds: Multiresolution Summaries of Twitter Usage. CIKM 3rd International Workshop on Search and Mining User-generated Contents (SMUC 2011), 77-84, 2011. paper
[W1] Paolo Simonetto, Pierre-Yves Koening, Faraz Zaidi, Daniel Archambault, Frédéric Gilbert, Trung Tien Phan Quang,MorganMathiaut, Antoine Lambert, Jonathan Dubois, Ronan Sicre,Mathieu Brulin, Remi Vieux, and Guy Melançon. Solving the Traffic and Flitter Challenges with Tulip. IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology October 2009, 247-248.

Book Chapters

[B2] Daniel Archambault, James Abello, Jessie Kennedy, Stephen Kobourov, Kwan-Liu Ma, Silvia Miksch, Chris Muelder, and Alexandru Telea. Chapter 8: Temporal Multivariate Networks. Multivariate Network Visualization. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8380. Springer-Verlag, 151-175, 2014.
[B1] Patrice Tissandier, Trung Tien Phan Quang, and Daniel Archambault. Chapter 12: Defining Polycentric Urban Areas Through Commuting Cohesion in France. Methods for Multilevel Analysis and Visualisation of Geographical Networks, Springer Methods 11, 189-206, 2013.

Refereed Other

[O3] Daniel Archambault, Fabio Celli, Elizabeth M. Daly, Ingrid Erickson, Werner Geyer, Germaine Halegoua, Brian Keegan, David R. Millen, Raz Schwartz, and N. Sadat Shami. Reports on the 2013 Workshop Program of the Seventh International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. AI Magazine 34(4), 2013.
[O2] Daniel Archambault, Ruben Bouwmeester, Cosmin Cabulea, Elizabeth M. Daly, Giusy Di Lorenzo, Maarten de Rijke, Martin Harrigan, Eser Kandogan, Michael Muller, Mor Naaman, Daniele Quercia, Damiano Spina, Markus Strohmaier, and Arkaitz Zubiaga. Reports on the Workshops Held at the Sixth International AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. AI Magazine 34(1), 2013.

[O1] Daniel Archambault Feature-Based Graph Visualization. IEEE Vis/VAST Doctoral Colloquium. 74 - 75. Acceptance rate 24%.

Posters and Extended Abstracts

[P3] Francesca Madeddu, Daniel Archambault, Rita Borgo, and Mark Handcock. User-Defined Gestures for Augmented Reality with Smartphones. EGUK CGVC 2015 Extended Abstracts, 2015.
[P2] David Auber, Patrick Mary, Morgan Mathiaut, Jonathan Dubois, Antoine Lambert, Daniel Archambault, Romain Bourqui, Bruno Pinaud, Maylis Delest, Guy Melançon. Tulip: A Scalable Graph Framework. EGC 2010, 623-624, 2010.
[P1] Daniel Archambault, Tamara Munzner, David Auber. TopoLayout: Graph Layout by Topological features. IEEE Information Visualization 2005 Poster Compendium, pages 3 - 4, 2005. poster short paper

Technical Reports

[T2] Derek Greene, Daniel Archambault, Václav Belák, Pádraig Cunningham. TextLuas: Tracking and Visualizing Document and Term Clusters in Dynamic Text Data. CoRR abs/1502.04609 (2015). paper
[T1] Daniel Archambault, Derek Greene, Pádraig Cunningham. TwitterCrowds: Techniques for Exploring Topic and Sentiment in Microblogging Data. CoRR abs/1306.3839 (2013). paper
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