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VL/HCC'04
IEEE Symposium on
Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing

Rome, Italy, September 26-29, 2004



Call for Papers

We seek papers reporting unpublished, original research in all areas related to visual languages and human-centric computing. Topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Empirical studies of Visual Programming Languages and Environments
  • End-user and Domain-Specific Programming Languages
  • Formal specification of Visual Languages and Environments
  • Meta CASE Tools for Visual Language Processing
  • Human-Centric Computing Languages and Environments
  • Human-Centric Software Development
  • Multimedia Authoring Languages
  • Multi-Modal Interaction Environments
  • Software Engineering for Visual Applications and Languages
  • Software Visualization and Animation
  • Usability Evaluation of Visual Programming Systems
  • Visual/Multimedia Environments for Distance Education
  • Visual Approaches to Software Comprehension and to Software Re-Engineering
  • Visual Environments for Ubiquity Computing
  • Visual Geographic Information Systems
  • Visual Language Theory
  • Visual Modeling Languages
  • Visual Programming Languages
  • Visual Query and Visual Presentation in Databases

Paper submissions are invited in two separate categories: full-length (8 pages) and TechNote (3 pages). Authors should prepare and electronically submit a PDF version of their paper in the standard IEEE 2-column format. Submissions will be rigorously reviewed by the international program committee. Please see the Submissions area of this website for further details and guidelines on paper submission.

Important dates:
  • paper submission: March 25, 2004
  • notification of acceptance: May 20, 2004
  • camera ready due: June 21, 2004
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