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Provenance: VAST Challenge 2011
Title: MC1 - Characterization of an Epidemic Spread


Description:

A major epidemic has started in the city of Vastopolis. The task is to analyze the data and determine how the epidemic is being spread and whether or not it is contained. The origin of the epidemic must also be identified.

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Contacts:
Georges Grinstein, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Kristin Cook, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Paul Havig, Air Force Research Laboratory
Kristen Liggett, Air Force Research Laboratory
Bohdan Nebesh, Department of Defense
Mark Whiting, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kirsten Whitley, Department of Defense
Shawn Konecni, University of Massachusetts Lowell

Total uses: 30
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Arrick Analytics Research
Bangor University
Award: Outstanding Analysis Using Custom Tools
Cognizant BFS Innovation
Energy Dynamics Laboratory
Fraunhofer IAIS
IBM Research
Lic. Andrés Juárez
MTA-SZTAKI
Award: Outstanding Integration of Computational and Visual Methods
Middlesex University and University of Leeds
OECD
Old Dominion University
PRISMAVisualization Team
Pennsylvania State University
Purdue University
Award: Novel Extension of Visual Analytics to Mobile Devices
RJONES-SymptomClusterAimations
SAS
TVECTOR
UBA - Map-Time Surfer
UBA - María Lucila Santos
UBA - Python
UBA - RHG
UBA - Ramiro Lucero
UBA - Vanina Beraudo
UNC Charlotte
UNCC
University of Konstanz
University of Maryland
VIS Stuttgart
Award: Unique Integration of Tag Clouds In Geospatial Visualizations
VSTISAS
Award: Informative Use of Statistics and Evidence in Debrief
giCentre, City University London

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