APRIL 18-21, 2017
New Quality Metrics for Graph Visualisation
Seok-Hee Hong, University of Sydney
Quality metrics are significant simply because they measure success or failure of a graph drawing method. Most importantly, they are used as optimisation goals in designing graph drawing algorithms. This talk will present two new family of quality metrics for graph drawing: faithfulness and shape-based metrics. We illustrate these metrics with examples, and apply the metrics to data from previous experiments, leading to the suggestion that the new metrics are effective.
Seok-Hee Hong is a professor at the School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney. She was a ARC (Australian Research Council) Future Fellow, Humboldt Fellow, and a project leader of VALACON (Visualisation and Analysis of Large and Complex Networks) project at NICTA (National ICT Australia). Her research interests include Graph Drawing, Algorithms, Information Visualisation and Visual Analytics. She serves as a Steering Committee member of IEEE PacificVis (International Symposium on Pacific Visualization) and ISAAC (International Symposium on Algorithms and Computations), and an editor of JGAA (Journal of Graph Algorithms and Applications) and IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications.