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Visualizing User Story Requirements at Multiple Granularity Levels via Semantic Relatedness [chapter]

Garm Lucassen, Fabiano Dalpiaz, Jan Martijn E. M. van der Werf, Sjaak Brinkkemper
2016 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we introduce and experiment with a novel, automated method for visualizing requirements-by showing the concepts the text references and their relationships-at different levels of granularity  ...  The majority of practitioners express software requirements using natural text notations such as user stories.  ...  After studying and experimenting with state-of-the-art algorithms such as skip-gram, we presented a novel, automated method for visualizing user stories at different levels of granularity.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-46397-1_35 fatcat:5bkrcpudrjcldmwim7scz5qrku

ChartStory: Automated Partitioning, Layout, and Captioning of Charts into Comic-Style Narratives [article]

Jian Zhao, Shenyu Xu, Senthil Chandrasegaran, Chris Bryan, Fan Du, Aditi Mishra, Xin Qian, Yiran Li, Kwan-Liu Ma
2021 arXiv   pre-print
ChartStory also augments this pipeline with intuitive user interactions for visual refinement of generated data comics. We extensively and holistically evaluate ChartStory via a trio of studies.  ...  To assist this process, we present ChartStory for crafting data stories from a collection of user-created charts, using a style akin to comic panels to imply the underlying sequence and logic of data-driven  ...  ChartStory operationalizes a set of design requirements that we term Granularity, Relatedness, Explanation, and Presentation (GREP), synthesized from prior research in visual data storytelling [19] ,  ... 
arXiv:2103.03996v2 fatcat:o7tce3f4wbg2faxmi2pgiade2a

Sailing the corpus sea: Visual exploration of news stories

Ilija Subasic, Bettina Berendt, Daniel Trumper
2011 2011 IEEE 9th International Symposium on Intelligent Systems and Informatics  
In this paper, we present the STORIES methods and tool for (a) learning an abstracted story representation from a collection of time-indexed documents; (b) visualizing it in a way that encourages users  ...  (d) discovering the most important facts in the corpora; and (e) navigating in document space along multiple meaningful dimensions of document similarity and relatedness.  ...  (b) This story is represented in a novel graphical way that encourages users to interact and explore in order to discover temporal "story stages" at different levels of granularity, depending on their  ... 
doi:10.1109/sisy.2011.6034370 fatcat:zkhtfjy67bcoheeaqi7dsjk5iy

Visualization-enabled multi-document summarization by Iterative Residual Rescaling

2005 Natural Language Engineering  
Given their inherent complexity, our multi-faceted summaries benefit from a visualization environment. We discuss some essential features of such an environment.  ...  This paper describes a novel approach to multi-document summarization, which explicitly addresses the problem of detecting, and retaining for the summary, multiple themes in document collections.  ...  For instance, news stories under different bylines might incorporate data from the same source(s), resulting in duplication at sentence level.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1351324904003389 fatcat:4hlblv34kngihmkfxj32pwwngq

Challenges for the multilingual Web of Data

Jorge Gracia, Elena Montiel-Ponsoda, Philipp Cimiano, Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Paul Buitelaar, John McCrae
2012 Journal of Web Semantics  
The Web has witnessed an enormous growth in the amount of semantic information published in recent years. This growth has been stimulated to a large extent by the emergence of Linked Data.  ...  Although this brings us a big step closer to the vision of a Semantic Web, it also raises new issues such as the need for dealing with information expressed in different natural languages.  ...  Participation of users forms part of the success story of the Web.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.websem.2011.09.001 fatcat:haagemrzjbfrze53iu5xj4xkpq

VisGets: Coordinated Visualizations for Web-based Information Exploration and Discovery

M. Dork, S. Carpendale, C. Collins, C. Williamson
2008 IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics  
VisGets provide the information seeker with visual overviews of Web resources and offer a way to visually filter the data.  ...  Drawing from visual information seeking and exploratory search, we introduce VisGets -interactive query visualizations of Web-based information that operate with online information within a Web browser  ...  Graphical user interface elements can enable visual information seeking via dynamic queries [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tvcg.2008.175 pmid:18988965 fatcat:z7y4etdw7bcmhdgckyrdibxla4

The Role of Common-Sense Knowledge in Assessing Semantic Association

Alice Ruggeri, Luigi Di Caro, Guido Boella
2018 Journal on Data Semantics  
Natural language processing techniques often aim at automatically extracting semantics from texts.  ...  explanation (and the use) of relatedness and similarity with non-numeric information.  ...  -Syntactic parsing is a procedure that often requires semantic information. A semantic reasoning approach could alleviate ambiguity problems at syntactic level by using explanations.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13740-018-0094-2 fatcat:6e4exrmrdvby7gnayo4cxkgl6q

Semantic Enterprise Content Management [chapter]

Mark Fisher, Amit Sheth
2004 The Practical Handbook of Internet Computing  
This chapter discusses how a Semantic Enterprise Content Management system employs metadata and ontologies to effectively overcome these challenges.  ...  Semantics is emerging as the critical tool for enabling more scalable and automated approaches to achieve interoperability and analysis of such content.  ...  Finally, in adding one last piece to this series of knowledge representations, we arrive at the level of ontology which is most beneficial for semantic content management.  ... 
doi:10.1201/9780203507223.ch9 fatcat:s3yeh2vqtbfyfpc77mspgfh4se

Where Is the News Breaking? Towards a Location-Based Event Detection Framework for Journalists [chapter]

Bahareh Rahmanzadeh Heravi, Donn Morrison, Prashant Khare, Stephane Marchand-Maillet
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The rise of user-generated content (UCG) as a source of information in the journalistic lifecycle is driving the need for automated methods to detect, filter, contextualise and verify citizen reports of  ...  A correlation score is calculated between event location and user location (discussed above), by computing the level of granularity each location derives (whether it derives a country, state, city, or  ...  Detecting breaking news from UGC requires real-time stream processing and analysis of popular social media sources. • Running stories -This requires ongoing analyses of previously breaking news events  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-04117-9_18 fatcat:lc7kasbfljegvanszvi4xccvf4

NavTracks: supporting navigation in software maintenance

J. Singer, R. Elves, M.-A. Storey
2005 21st IEEE International Conference on Software Maintenance (ICSM'05)  
Limitations We will discuss the limitations of NavTracks in three general areas: granularity, ranking, and locality. Granularity refers to the level of relatedness of objects in the model.  ...  Users observed If we look at correctness according to the number of times an event occurred, we get a slightly different story.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsm.2005.66 dblp:conf/icsm/SingerES05 fatcat:kl2fnltkyzd4nhmm32iyh2ka24

Review article: Detection of actionable tweets in crisis events

Anna Kruspe, Jens Kersten, Friederike Klan
2021 Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences  
Finally, we suggest future avenues of research and show connections to related tasks, such as the subsequent semantic classification of tweets.  ...  A major stumbling block here is the question of exactly what messages are considered relevant or informative, as this is dependent on the specific usage scenario and the role of the user in this scenario  ...  subtasks and to provide insights into different granularity levels.  ... 
doi:10.5194/nhess-21-1825-2021 fatcat:3npxsdoo2zf5hko4o6mwbesfzu

Spatialization Methods: A Cartographic Research Agenda for Non-geographic Information Visualization

André Skupin, Sara Irina Fabrikant
2003 Cartography and Geographic Information Science  
The discussion is mainly devoted to the computational techniques that turn high-dimensional data into visualizations via processes of projection and transformation.  ...  This requires our community to more thoroughly understand the essence of cartographic activity and to explore the implications of its metaphoric transfer to non-geographic domains.  ...  Small-scale views give the user a sense of the extent and size of the information space, even when they wish to zoom into higher levels of detail or navigate along paths at the bottom of deep semantic  ... 
doi:10.1559/152304003100011081 fatcat:zdgywb2tlnbf3d3bzm2yalwp4e

XGR software for enhanced interpretation of genomic summary data, illustrated by application to immunological traits

Hai Fang, Bogdan Knezevic, Katie L. Burnham, Julian C. Knight
2016 Genome Medicine  
XGR is released as both an R package and a web-app, freely available at  ...  Targeting users of varying computational skills, XGR utilises prior biological knowledge and relationships in a highly integrated but easily accessible way to make user-input genomic summary datasets more  ...  The user can choose how to account for multiple testing. R package dependency We rely on the package 'ggplot2' [37] for various visuals and adapt the package 'RCircos' [38] for a circos plot.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13073-016-0384-y pmid:27964755 pmcid:PMC5154134 fatcat:nam3ybml7zg7vfhpljmvwc5k7y

CrowdHeritage: Crowdsourcing for Improving the Quality of Cultural Heritage Metadata

Eirini Kaldeli, Orfeas Menis-Mastromichalakis, Spyros Bekiaris, Maria Ralli, Vassilis Tzouvaras, Giorgos Stamou
2021 Information  
thus compromising the user experience.  ...  the same time engaging different user communities and raising awareness about cultural heritage assets.  ...  Functionalities for End Users Through the platform's landing page, the unregistered user can have a look at the list of ongoing, completed or upcoming campaigns and browse through each campaign via the  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12020064 fatcat:bvq34ojiojbtphnv5j46m3pxca

Grice for graphics: Pragmatic implicature in network diagrams

Jon Oberlander
1995 Information Design Journal  
This may well be one reason why graphics often seem to say more than texts, even where these are known to be equivalent at the semantic level.  ...  By contrast, to convey the same information through text requires the assembly of multiple lists and representations.  ... 
doi:10.1075/idj.8.2.05obe fatcat:mhxe7foodzc3hm3dy6rctggxpe
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