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Mapping Knowledge Domains

Organized by Richard Shiffrin and Katy Börner

May 9-11, 2003
Irvine, CA

Richard Shiffrin and Katy Börner, Indiana University

Keynote Address: A Historiograph of Mapping Knowledge Domains
Eugene Garfield, ISI

Session I: Data Bases, Data Format & Access

Extracting Knowledge from the World Wide Web
Monika Henzinger, Google and Steve Lawrence, NEC Research Institute

Mapping Subsets of Scholarly Information
Paul Ginsparg, Cornell University

Session II: Data Analysis Algorithms

From Paragraph to Graph
Thomas Landauer, University of Colorado at Boulder and Knowledge Analysis Technologies

The Structure of Scientific Collaboration Networks
Mark Newman, University of Michigan

Using Mixed Membership Models for Mapping Knowledge Domains
Elena Erosheva, University of Washington

Topic Dynamics in Knowledge Domains
Tom Griffiths, Stanford University and Mark Steyvers, University of California, Irvine

Enhancing Web Sites with Usage Data
Jon Kleinberg, Cornell University

Combining Bibliometric and Knowledge Elicitation Techniques to Map a Knowledge Domain
Kate McCain, Drexel University

Session III: Visualization & Interaction Design

Information Seeking and the Objects of Visual Attention
Colin Ware, University of New Hampshire

Geovisualization for Constructing and Sharing Concepts
Alan MacEachren, Pennsylvania State University

Paradigms, Debates and Puzzles in Science: A Visual Exploration
Chaomei Chen, Drexel University

The Simultaneous Evolution of Article and Author Networks in PNAS
Katy Börner, Indiana University

Session IV: Promising Applications

Visualizing Search Results
Susan Dumais, Microsoft Research

Analysis Experiences Using Information Visualization
Beth Hetzler, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

An Indicator-based Characterization of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Kevin W. Boyack, Sandia National Laboratories

From Science Papers to Technology Patents and on to Company Financial Performance
Francis Narin, CHI Research, Inc.

Final panel discussion

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