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Tue 12 Oct 2021 15:40 - 15:50 - Visual Program and Information Representations (2) Chair(s): Thomas LaToza

We present BiDaML 2.0, an integrated suite of visual languages and supporting tool to help multidisciplinary teams with the design of big data analytics solutions. BiDaML tool support provides a platform for efficiently producing BiDaML diagrams and facilitating their design, creation, report and code generation. We evaluated BiDaML using two types of evaluations, a theoretical analysis using the “physics of notations”, and an empirical study with 1) a group of 12 target end-users and 2) five individual end-users. Participants mostly agreed that BiDaML was straightforward to understand/learn, and prefer BiDaML for supporting complex data analytics solution modeling than other modeling languages.

Tue 12 Oct

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15:30 - 16:10
Visual Program and Information Representations (2)Journal-First Presentations / Research Papers
Chair(s): Thomas LaToza George Mason University
15:30
10m
Paper
Exploring the impact of classification probabilities on users’ trust in ambiguous instancesFull paper
Research Papers
15:40
10m
Talk
An end-to-end model-based approach to support big data analytics developmentJournal-first
Journal-First Presentations
Hourieh Khalajzadeh Monash University, Australia, Andrew Simmons Deakin University, Mohamed Abdelrazek Deakin University, Australia, John Grundy Monash University, John Hosking University of Auckland, Qiang He Swinburne University of Technology
15:50
10m
Talk
Run-time conflict detection in visual language parsingJournal-first
Journal-First Presentations
Gennaro Costagliola Università di Salerno, Vincenzo Deufemia University of Salerno, Filomena Ferrucci University of Salerno, Carmine Gravino University of Salerno
16:00
10m
Short-paper
Algot: An Educational Programming Language with Human-Intuitive Visual SyntaxShort paper
Research Papers
Sverrir Thorgeirsson ETH Zurich, Zhendong Su ETH Zurich