Keith V. Nesbitt

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13EEDempsey Chang, Keith V. Nesbitt, Kevin Wilkins: The Gestalt Principle of Continuation Applies to both the Haptic and Visual Grouping of Elements. WHC 2007: 15-20
12EEKeith V. Nesbitt: Modelling human perception to leverage the reuse of concepts across the multi-sensory design space. APCCM 2006: 65-74
11EEKeith V. Nesbitt: Using Guidelines to assist in the Visualisation Design Process. APVIS 2005: 115-123
10EEKeith V. Nesbitt: Comparing and Reusing Visualisation and Sonification Designs using the MS-Taxonomy. ICAD 2004
9EEKeith V. Nesbitt: Getting to more Abstract Places using the Metro Map Metaphor. IV 2004: 488-493
8EEKeith V. Nesbitt: MS-Taxonomy: A Conceptual Framework for Designing Multi-sensory Displays. IV 2004: 665-670
7EEKeith V. Nesbitt, Stephen Barrass: Finding Trading Patterns in Stock Market Data. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 24(5): 45-55 (2004)
6EEKeith V. Nesbitt, Carsten Friedrich: Applying Gestalt Principles to Animated Visualizations of Network Data. IV 2002: 737-743
5EEKeith V. Nesbitt, Randall J. Gallimore, Bernard J. Orenstein: Using Force Feedback for Multi-sensory Display. AUIC 2001: 64-68
4EEKeith V. Nesbitt: Modelling the Multi-Sensory Design Space. InVis.au 2001: 27-36
3EEKeith V. Nesbitt, Randall J. Gallimore, Bernard J. Orenstein: Investigating the Application of Virtual Environment Technology for Use in the Petroleum Exploration Industry. ACSC 2000: 181-188
2EEKeith V. Nesbitt: Designing Multi-sensory Models for Finding Patterns in Stock Market Data. ICMI 2000: 24-31
1EEKeith V. Nesbitt: A Classification of Multi-Sensory Metaphors for Understanding Abstract Data in a Virtual Environment. IV 2000: 493-498

Coauthor Index

1Stephen Barrass [7]
2Dempsey Chang [13]
3Carsten Friedrich [6]
4Randall J. Gallimore [3] [5]
5Bernard J. Orenstein [3] [5]
6Kevin Wilkins [13]

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