Jason Vallet

According to our database1, Jason Vallet authored at least 13 papers between 2013 and 2020.

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On visualization techniques comparison for large social networks overview: A user experiment.
Vis. Informatics, 2020

Tulip 5.
Proceedings of the Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining, 2nd Edition, 2018

Labelled graph strategic rewriting for social networks.
J. Log. Algebraic Methods Program., 2018

Where Social Networks, Graph Rewriting and Visualisation Meet : Application to Network Generation and Information Diffusion. (Quand les réseaux sociaux, la réécriture de graphes et la visualisation se rencontrent : application à la génération de réseaux et à la diffusion d'information).
PhD thesis, 2017

Semantic Social Networks: A New Approach to Scaling Digital Ethnography.
Proceedings of the Internet Science - 4th International Conference, 2017

PORGY : a Visual Analytics Platform for System Modelling and Analysis Based on Graph Rewriting.
Proceedings of the 17ème Journées Francophones Extraction et Gestion des Connaissances, 2017

Labelled Graph Rewriting Meets Social Networks.
Proceedings of the Rewriting Logic and Its Applications - 11th International Workshop, 2016

JASPER: Just A new Space-filling and Pixel-oriented layout for large graph ovERview.
Proceedings of the Visualization and Data Analysis 2016, 2016

On piggyback runtime monitoring of object-oriented programs.
Int. J. Softw. Tools Technol. Transf., 2015

A Visual Analytics Approach to Compare Propagation Models in Social Networks.
Proceedings of the Proceedings Graphs as Models, 2015

Une approche de visualisation analytique pour comparer les modèles de propagation dans les réseaux sociaux.
Proceedings of the 15èmes Journées Francophones Extraction et Gestion des Connaissances, 2015

Studying propagation dynamics in networks through rule-based modeling.
Proceedings of the 9th IEEE Conference on Visual Analytics Science and Technology, 2014

The Relational Database Engine: An Efficient Validator of Temporal Properties on Event Traces.
Proceedings of the 17th IEEE International Enterprise Distributed Object Computing Conference Workshops, 2013