Publications, Web Work, & Talks

In Preparation

·          Visualization and model formulation (in preparation). Invited book chapter. With W.A. Wallace and T.R. Willemain.

·          How people do exploratory data analysis: a framework for operationalizing (in preparation for submission to ACM Transactions on Information Systems). With S.F. Roth.

·          Bad numbers (in preparation for submission to Interfaces). With K. Fleischmann, T.R. Willemain, and W.A. Wallace.

Book Chapters, Conference Papers, Journal Articles

·          Visualizing modeling heuristics: an exploratory study (1999). With W.A. Wallace and T.R. Willemain. Proceedings of the 1999 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS), Charlotte, NC, 12-15 December.

·          Team-Soar: A model for team decision making (1998). With M. Kang and W. A. Wallace. In M. Prietula, K. Carley, & L. Gasser (Eds.), Simulating Organizations: Computational Models of Institutions and Groups. Menlo Park, CA: MIT Press.

·          Employing virtual reality to support decision making in emergency management (1998). With G.E.G. Beroggi and W.A. Wallace. In W.A. Wallace and G.E.G. Beroggi, Operational Risk Management. Boston, MA: Kluwer Academic Press.

·          The Pothole Lake fire: an analysis of emotion in a successful emergency response (1998). With R. Cohn, K. Carley, & W.A. Wallace. Safety Science, 30, 1-2 (Special Issue On Emergency Management), 183+.

·          Using diagrammatic representations in mathematical modeling: the sketches of expert modelers (1997). With W.A. Wallace and T.R. Willemain. American Association for Artificial Intelligence Fall Symposium 1997 (Technical Report No. 97-03). Paper presented at the AAAI 1997 Fall Symposium on Reasoning with Diagrammatic Representations, MIT, 8-10 November. Menlo Park, CA: AAAI Press.

·          Teaching multimedia for management through distance learning (1996). With W. A. Wallace. Proceedings of the International Conference on Engineering and Technology Management: Managing Virtual Enterprises, Vancouver, B.C., 18-20 August. 705-709.

·          Three-dimensional visualization of sediment chemistry in the New York Harbor (1996). Data Explorer Communiqué, 4(1), 1-3. Invited paper.

Technical Reports

·          Research methods to develop measures of effectiveness of the U.S. Coast Guard's vessel inspection and boarding program (1995). (Technical Report SAND94-2328/2). With T. Wheeler, R. Cox, K. Gawande, R. Stone & W.A. Wallace. Albuquerque, NM: Sandia National Laboratories.

·          Visualization of harbor sediments (1995). (A report to Brookhaven National Laboratory as part of The New York/New Jersey Harbor Sediment Decontamination Technologies Project). With W.A. Wallace. Troy, NY: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Web Work

·          Now you see it, now you don’t: ten (or so) easy steps to visualizing chaos (1998). Personal site. Visualization frameset.htm. Accessed 11 February 2000.

·          Multimedia and Visualization for Decision Makers Home Page (1997). Graduate course web site. Accessed 11 February 2000.

·          New York/New Jersey Harbor Sediment Decontamination Visualization Web Page (1995). page/harbor.html


·          Information Visualization and Exploratory Data Analysis for Situation Awareness: Development of Tools and Plans for Experimentation. Poster presented at Principal Investigator's meeting of DARPA's Intelligent Collaboration and Visualization Program, San Diego, CA, 3 November 1999.

·          Numerical Detective Work:’ Observations of People Doing Exploratory Data Analysis (javascript or PDF). Lunch Seminar Series, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, 12 October 1999.

·          Cognition and Technology (javascript or PDF). Spring Seminar Series, Department of Decision Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 14 April 1999. Invited talk.

·          The Cognitive Role of Visualization in Modeling (javascript or PDF). Thesis defense. Department of Decision Sciences, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, 1 June 1998.