Sougata Mukherjea

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Social Network Analysis has emerged as a key paradigm in modern sociology, technology, and information sciences. The paradigm stems from the view that the attributes of an individual in a network are less important than their ties (relationships) with other individuals in the network. Exploring the nature and strength of these ties can help understand the(More)
Much of the recent research in software visualization has been polarized toward two opposite domains. In one domain that we call <italic>data structure and program visualization</italic>, low-level canonical views of program structures are generated automatically. These types of views, which do not require programmer input or intervention, can be useful for(More)
With ever growing competition in telecommunications markets, operators have to increasingly rely on business intelligence to offer the right incentives to their customers. Toward this end, existing approaches have almost solely focussed on the individual behaviour of customers. Call graphs, that is, graphs induced by people calling each other, can allow(More)
With the ever-growing competition in telecommunications markets, operators have to increasingly rely on business intelligence to offer the right incentives to their customers. Existing approaches for telecom business intelligence have almost solely focused on the individual behavior of customers. In this paper, we use the call detail records of a mobile(More)
Algorithm antmation, which presents a dynamic visualization of an algorithm or program, primartly has been used as a teaching aid. The highly abstract, application-specific nature of algorithm animation requires human design of the animation views. We speculate that the application-specific nature of algorithm animation views could be a valuable debugging(More)
Overview diagrams are one of the best tools for orientation and navigation in hypermedia systems. However, constructing e ective overview diagrams is a challenging task. This paper describes the Navigational View Builder, a tool which allows the user to interactively create useful visualizations of the information space. It uses four strategies to form e(More)
Glyphmaker allows nonexpert users to customize their own graphical representations using a simple glyph editor and a point-and-click binding mechanism. In particular, users can create and then alter bindings to visual representations, bring in new data or glyphs with associated bindings, change ranges for bound data, and do these operations interactively.(More)
Our work concerns visualizing the information space of hypermedia systems using multiple hierarchical views. Although overview diagrams are useful for helping the user to navigate in a hypermedia system, for any real-world system they become too complicated and large to be really useful. This is because these diagrams represent complex network structures(More)
Journals and conference proceedings represent the dominant mechanisms of reporting new biomedical results. The unstructured nature of such publications makes it difficult to utilize data mining or automated knowledge discovery techniques. Annotation (or markup) of these unstructured documents represents the first step in making these documents machine(More)
Search engines are useful because they allow the user to find information of interest from the World-Wide Web. We have developed a WWW search engine called AMORE that allows users to find images on the Web. However, like textual search engines, AMORE sometimes retrieves a lot of results. Showing the retrieved images as pages of scrolled list, like other(More)