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The Advanced Relation Model for Program and Genome Sequence Visualizations (ARM 4 PV and ARM 4 GSV),
November 16, 2007, afternoon, Information Science Department, Gyeongsang national University, Jinju, Korea
November 19, 2007, 10:30h, Room 409, Department of Computer Engineering, Global Campus, Kyung Hee University, Korea
The Advanced Relation Model for Program Visualization (ARM 4 PV) and the Advanced Relation Model for Genome Sequence Visualization (ARM 4 GSV), proposed by d'Auriol in 2004 and 2005, respectively, are presented in this talk. These models incorporate two phases consisting of: 1) various sub-models to identify, extract and abstract the domain data of interest, and 2) various sub-models that collectively define a montage of visualizations of the abstracted data. This talk emphasizes the visualization aspects; in particular, the following sub-models in the second phase are detailed: Conceptual Crown Visualization (CCV), Program-Scientific visualization (PSV), Geometric Representation of Programs (GRP) and the Parameterized Iconic Glyph (PIG). Applications to parallel program visualization (C MPI programs), RNA and DNA sequence analyses and ubiquitous health care are discussed.