Uncertainty-Aware Visualization of Fish Populations (Demo)
Presented at the Advanced Visual Interfaces
|Information (theme 2), Life Sciences (theme 5)|
|Advanced Visual Interfaces|
|Abstract: Applying computer vision for monitoring ecosystems opens new perspectives for marine ecology research. Information on fish populations can be automatically extracted from underwater cameras. As scientists, ecologists need to understand the uncertainty in computer vision results. We present an interface for studying fish populations that addresses two challenges: provide information about fish populations as well as computer vision uncertainty; and enable open-ended data exploration. We introduce an uncertainty visualization for non-experts and a generalizable interaction design for data exploration.|
|Organisation||Human-centered Data Analysis|
Beauxis-Aussalet, E.M.A.L, & Hardman, L. (2014, January). Uncertainty-Aware Visualization of Fish Populations (Demo).