Important Dates:

  • Submission:
    June 22, 2008

  • Notification:
    July 21, 2008

  • Final version:
    August 18, 2008

  • Workshop:
    September 15, 2008


For more info:
beryl at cs.auckland.ac.nz

hammond at cs.tamu.edu


Front Matter

A Profile-driven Sketching Interface for Pen-and-Paper Sketches
Alexandra Bartolo, Philip Farrugia, Kenneth Camilleri, Jonathan Borg: University of Malta

Formality in Sketches and Visual Representation: Some Informal Reflections
Alan F Blackwell & Luke Church: University of Cambridge, Beryl Plimmer: University of Auckland, Dave Gray, XPLANE

A Model-Based Recognition Engine for Sketched Diagrams
Florian Brieler, Mark Minas: Universitšt der Bundeswehr

Towards Semantic Role Labeling of Hand-drawn Sketches
Gennaro Costagliola : University of Salerno, Alberto Greco: University of Genova

EditION: A Collaborative Calligraphic Tool to Manage Virtual Environments
Alfredo Ferreira, Marco Vala, Guilherme Raimundo, Joaquim A. Jorge, J.A. Madeiras Pereira, Ana Paiva: IST/Technical University of Lisbon

Sketching for the Refinement Stage of Design
Gabe Johnson, Carnegie Mellon University

Calico: A Tool for Early Software Design Sketching
Nicolas Mangano, Alex Baker, Mitch Dempsey, Emily Oh Navarro, Andre van der Hoek: University of California, Irvine

What!?! No Rubine Features?: Using Geometric-based Features to Produce Normalized Confidence Values for Sketch Recognition
Brandon Paulson, Pankaj Rajan, Pedro Davalos, Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna, Tracy Hammond: Texas A&M University

Cross-Domain Diagram Sketch Recognition
Paul Schmieder, Beryl Plimmer: University of Auckland, Jean Vanderdonckt: Universite Catholique de Louvain

Chinese Characters as Sketch Diagrams Using a Geometric-Based Approach
Paul Taele, Tracy Hammond: Texas A&M University

Automated Sketching and Engineering Culture
Peter Varley, Pedro Company: Universitat Jaume I

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