Rethinking Dynamic Visual Variables: Towards a Framework of Dynamic Semiology

GeoViz: Linking Geovisualization with Spatial Analysis and Modeling, 10-11 March 2011, Hamburg, Germany

Ben Rebah M., Zanin C.

“So far, Bertin’s visual variables were elaborated on the assumption that a map is an “image” that cannot be animated. With the use of computer technologies, such as animation and interactivity, this assumption came to be questioned and a new semiology was created in order to better visualize the spatio-temporal changes.”

A Distributed Architecture of Sensing Web for Sharing Open Sensor Nodes

Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 27 Issue 5, May, 2011

Ryo Kanbayashi and Mitsuhisa Sato

“Sensing Web is a conceptual framework to shares sensors openly in wide-area network by maintaining privacy. Sensing Web targets large data such as image data or voice data, which may include privacy information. In this paper, we propose an architecture named SW-agent to realize the idea of Sensing Web. SW-agent protects privacy information by elimination of privacy information and appropriate access control. The elimination is done with data processing by a remote execution program shipped to a node near a sensor. We found that an SW-agent can execute a remote execution program with up to 7% overhead in performance compared to its direct execution.”