Scope of Topics
While we are interested in any submissions at the intersection of provenance and visualization, we are especially focused on:
- What are the opportunities for provenance in emerging research areas such as machine learning reproducibility?
- What are the most pressing provenance-related challenges in the IUI community? Are
there any visualization-related solutions
to them? For example,
How can provenance visualizations (of the data collection, decision processes, or
current users interactions) support
machine learning explanations?
- What visualization or user interface techniques may be used to describe retrospective and prospective provenance data that are more interactive, scalable, and user-friendly?
January 16, 2024: Paper submission deadline
February 9, 2024: Paper author notification
March 1, 2024: Paper camera-ready version deadline
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We will accept research papers/extended abstracts or position papers. Your submission should be commensurate with the level of contribution but is required to be at least 2 pages (plus references). Papers must follow the ACM IUI submissions guidelines and be submitted through the Precision Conference System (PCS) . Your submission should be anonymized to facilitate a double-blind review between authors and the conference organizers. Accepted authors will be invited to post their work in an arXiv collection (which will not be considered archival). We are in contact with journals about the possibility of a special issue for the work accepted by this workshop.
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Introduction and Welcome
Coffee Break ☕
Breakout Group Discussions
Workshop Wrap-up & Synthesis
Kai Xu University of Nottingham
Michelle Dowling Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
John Wenskovitch Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jeremy E. Block University of Florida
Yilin Xia University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Bertram Ludascher University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Age Chapman University of Southampton