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FULL papers: 15 + 5 minutes
NIER/TD papers: 8 + 2 minutes

Program: Monday, Tuesday

September 28, Monday
19:00 - 19:15Opening
19:15 - 20:05Session 1: Software Evolution
Session chair: Bonita Sharif
EvoViz: Visual Introspection for Genetically-Based Test Coverage Evolution
Andreina Cota Vidaure, Evelyn Cusi Lopez, Juan Pablo Sandoval Alcocer and Alexandre Bergel
Visualization of Evolution of Component-Based Software Architectures in Virtual Reality
Elke Franziska Heidmann, Lynn von Kurnatowski, Annika Meinecke and Andreas Schreiber
Visualizing Evolving Software Cities
Federico Pfahler, Roberto Minelli, Csaba Nagy and Michele Lanza
20:05 -20:20Break
20:20 -21:20Session 2: Development Environments
Session chair: Fabio Petrillo
Exploring Developer Preferences for Visualizing External Information Within Source Code Editors
Xinhong Liu and Reid Holmes
Visualizing Interaction Data Inside and Outside the IDE to Characterize Developer Productivity
Gabriele Di Rosa, Andrea Mocci and Marco D'Ambros
Enhanced Visualization of Method Invocations by Extending Reverse-engineered Sequence Diagrams
Taher Ahmed Ghaleb, Khalid Aljasser and Musab A. Alturki
21:20 - 21:35Break
21:35 - 22:25Session 3: Software Metrics and Maintenance
Session chair: Alexandre Bergel
REM: Visualizing the Ripple Effect on Dependencies Using Metrics of Health
Zhe Chen and Daniel German
N-way Diff: Set-based Comparison of Software Variants
Slawomir Duszynski, Vasil Tenev and Martin Becker
Interactive Visualization for OSGi-based Projects
Niklas Rentz, Christian Dams and Reinhard von Hanxleden
22:25 - 22:40Break
22:40 - 23:40Keynote: Network Visualisation and Immersive Analytics
Tim Dwyer

September 29, Tuesday
10:00 - 10:15Opening
10:15 - 10:55Session 4: Human Activity
Session chair: Leonel Merino
Clustering Paths With Dynamic Time Warping
Rainer Koschke and Marcel Steinbeck
Identifying Usability Issues of Software Analytics Applications in Immersive Augmented Reality
David Baum, Stefan Bechert, Ulrich Eisenecker, Isabelle Meichsner and Richard Müller
Towards a tool for visualizing pupil dilation linked with source code artifacts
Constantina Ioannou, Per Bækgaard, Ekkart Kindler and Barbara Weber
10:55 - 11:10Break
11:10 - 12:00Session 5: Program Understanding
Session chair: Dirk Zeckzer
Memory Cities: Visualizing Heap Memory Evolution Using the Software City Metaphor
Markus Weninger, Lukas Makor and Hanspeter Mössenböck
Interactive Role Stereotype-Based Visualization To Comprehend Software Architecture
Truong Ho-Quang, Alexandre Bergel, Arif Nurwidyantoro, Rodi Jolak and Michel Chaudron
Visual Breakpoint Debugging for Sum and Product Formulae
Oliver Moseler, Michael Wolz and Stephan Diehl
12:00 - 12:15Break
12:15 - 13:00Awards and MIP Talk
Visualizing Software Systems as Cities
Richard Wettel and Michele Lanza
13:00 - 14:00Townhall Meeting (Open Steering Committee Meeting)
14:00 - 14:20Closing

Keynote: Network Visualisation and Immersive Analytics, Tim Dwyer

Abstract. In this talk, Tim Dwyer will reflect on his research in network visualisation and the potential of network visualisation to help people to better understand a connected world. This leads into a discussion of his more recent work in the area of Immersive Analytics, which aims to bring data out of computer centres and into the world around us.

Bio. Professor Tim Dwyer is a co-editor of "Immersive Analytics", which was published by Springer in 2018 and has had over 16,500 downloads to date. He received his PhD on "Two and a Half Dimensional Visualisation of Relational Networks" from the University of Sydney in 2005. He was a post-doctoral Research Fellow at Monash University from 2005 to 2008, Tim was also a Visiting Researcher at Microsoft Research USA until 2009. From 2009 to 2012, Tim was a Senior Software Development Engineer with the Visual Studio product group at Microsoft in the USA. Then, he returned to Monash as a Larkins Fellow where he now directs the IA Lab.