Graph Drawing: 15th International Symposium, GD 2007, Sydney, Australia, September 24-26, 2007, Revised Papers / Edition 1

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This comprehensive new Springer publication constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Graph Drawing, GD 2007, held in Sydney, Australia, in September of 2007. The 27 full papers and 9 short papers presented together with 2 invited talks, and a report on the symposium’s graph drawing contest were carefully selected from 74 initial submissions. All of the current hot topics in graph drawing are addressed here.

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Invited Talks.- Computing Symmetries of Combinatorial Objects.- Large-Scale Graphics: Digital Nature and Laser Projection.- Papers.- Crossing Number of Graphs with Rotation Systems.- A Bipartite Strengthening of the Crossing Lemma.- Improvement on the Decay of Crossing Numbers.- Crossing Numbers and Parameterized Complexity.- Characterization of Unlabeled Level Planar Graphs.- Cyclic Level Planarity Testing and Embedding.- Practical Level Planarity Testing and Layout with Embedding Constraints.- Minimum Level Nonplanar Patterns for Trees.- Straight-Line Orthogonal Drawings of Binary and Ternary Trees.- Polynomial Area Bounds for MST Embeddings of Trees.- Moving Vertices to Make Drawings Plane.- Point-Set Embedding of Trees with Edge Constraints.- Representation of Planar Hypergraphs by Contacts of Triangles.- The Complexity of Several Realizability Problems for Abstract Topological Graphs.- Efficient Extraction of Multiple Kuratowski Subdivisions.- Cover Contact Graphs.- Matched Drawings of Planar Graphs.- Maximum Upward Planar Subgraphs of Embedded Planar Digraphs.- Minimizing the Area for Planar Straight-Line Grid Drawings.- On Planar Polyline Drawings.- Constrained Stress Majorization Using Diagonally Scaled Gradient Projection.- Line Crossing Minimization on Metro Maps.- Algorithms for Multi-criteria One-Sided Boundary Labeling.- Multi-circular Layout of Micro/Macro Graphs.- Constrained Simultaneous and Near-Simultaneous Embeddings.- Simultaneous Geometric Graph Embeddings.- Efficient C-Planarity Testing for Embedded Flat Clustered Graphs with Small Faces.- Clustered Planarity: Small Clusters in Eulerian Graphs.- Drawing Colored Graphs with Constrained Vertex Positions and Few Bends per Edge.- Colorability in Orthogonal Graph Drawing.- A Note on Minimum-Area Straight-Line Drawings of Planar Graphs.- Universal Sets of n Points for 1-Bend Drawings of Planar Graphs with n Vertices.- LunarVis – Analytic Visualizations of Large Graphs.- Visualizing Internet Evolution on the Autonomous Systems Level.- Treemaps for Directed Acyclic Graphs.- Drawing Graphs with GLEE.- Graph Drawing Contest.- Graph Drawing Contest Report.

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