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SMART GRAPHICS addresses the specification, design, implementation and evaluation of intelligent and adaptive graphics that will provide the technical core of the next generation of interfaces. The realisation of SMART GRAPHICS depends upon a range of currently disparate fields of enterprise including HCI, AI, cognitive science, computer graphics and graphic design. The SMART GRAPHICS symposiums aim to close the gaps between these disciplines.

Smart Graphics research can be loosely divided into principles, methods and systems based research, and the symposium will encourage submissions in all these areas, based on the following characterization:

  • Principles: characterizing and coping with constraints on technological, computational and cognitive resources; theories of Graphics Design and visual esthetics, cognitive theories of graphical representations; conceptualizations of graphics; representation and reasoning requirements for Smart Graphics; interaction between resource restrictions; design, requirements capture and evaluation methodologies.
  • Methods: smart generation and presentation methods for both conventional desk-top and small pervasive devices; acquisition and representation of design knowledge for Smart Graphics generation; empirical methods in the characterization of cognitive restrictions; dealing with heterogeneous target media; application of planning, decision theory, optimization, constraint satisfaction, machine learning and other AI techniques to Smart Graphics; evaluation methods.
  • Systems: the application of Smart Graphics to visualization, virtual reality, augmented reality, mobile communications, wearable computing, graphical hypermedia, novel interaction techniques (e.g. haptic and natural language interaction), and advisory & tutoring systems.
SG03 welcomes submissions from computer graphics, HCI & AI researchers and practitioners, cognitive scientists, and graphic designers.