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WORLDCOMP'12 Invited Lecture - Dr. Stacey Franklin Jones

Last modified 2012-06-23 23:55

A General Taxonomy For Visualization Of Predictive Social Media Analytics

Dr. Stacey Franklin Jones
Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Protech Global Solutions, USA

Date: July 17, 2012
Time: 06:00pm - 07:00pm
Location: Ballroom 2


Abstract

    The use of Social Media as a resource to characterize historical and current occurrences to reasonably predict future events is rapidly emerging. Effective visualization of Predictive Social Media Analytics (PSMA) data lends to meaningful and relevant translation, efficient interpretation and ease in use of results. A general taxonomy for the measurement of these attributes enable comparison of visualization techniques with the ultimate goal of identifying some of the “best” PSMA data representation approaches and export features for a broad range of applications and respective complexity. Explore the opportunities and challenges ahead of the next generation of visualization for PSMA applications.

Biography

    Dr. Stacey Franklin Jones serves in an advisory role as Senior Vice President of Corporate Development for Protech Global Solutions, in identifying and developing pathways to emerging computer and computational science technologies and markets. Dr. Jones is recognized for her sensor design and development work in defense systems; earned her doctorate in computer science from George Washington University; is a former research scientist at Johns Hopkins University and held senior membership in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).



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