|Time:||July 7, 2016, 1:00 p.m. (CEST)|
|Lecturer:||Alexandre Bergel | Universidad de Chile|
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The Infoviz research community has produced expressive visualizations to analyze complex and sophisticated data. In this talk, we will review two visualization techniques, Cubix and VisualID glyphs, in the context of software engineering.
We have revisited these two techniques and characterized the divergences on usability in a software engineering context.
The talk will demonstrate these two visualization techniques and conclude with some open challenges in the field of software visualizations.
Alexandre Bergel is Assistant Professor and researcher at the University of Chile. Alexandre Bergel and his collaborators carry out research in software engineering and software quality, more specifically on code profiling, testing and data visualization.
Alexandre Bergel has authored over 90 articles, published in international and peer reviewed scientific forums, including the most competitive conferences and journals in the field of software engineering. Alexandre has participated to over 85 program committees of international events. Alexandre has also a strong interest in applying his research results to industry. Several of his research prototypes have been turned into products and adopted by major companies in the semi-conductor industry and certification of critical software systems.
Alexandre co-authored the book Deep Into Pharo.
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