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Benchmark Details

Provenance: VAST Challenge 2009
Title: MC1 - Badge and Network Traffic


An embassy employee is suspected of sending data to an outside criminal organization from the Embassy.

READ MORE from a PDF copy of the original task description of all 2009 Challenges (mini and grand)

Dataset available at:
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Georges Grinstein, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Catherine Plaisant, HCIL, University of Maryland
Jean Scholtz, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Mark Whiting, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Total uses: 21
Used by:
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications - HumanDynamicVis
GAMI-International Institute of Information Technology, Hyderabad
Award: Intuitive analytic information presentation
Georgia Institute of Technology
Award: Good Analytical Technique
Award: Intuitive visual presentation of alibis; best "one-screen shot" of the solution
LaBRI, INRIA Bordeaux Sud-Ouest
Award: Innovative visualization & excellent description
Leonard - EAKOS 2009
Oculus Info Inc
Palantir Technologies
Award: Intuitive traffic visualization and video description of the analysis process
Peking University -- VisualMen
Space Dynamics Laboratory - ProxIPVis
Stanfield Systems Incorporated - VIM Toolkit
University of Konstanz
Award: Excellent analytical technique featuring integratation of data mining and visual analytics
University of Maryland - Mindlab
VIDI Surveillance
Award: Good Clarity of Analysis Supported by Visuals
VIS(US) Stuttgart
Award: Good Tool flexibility
VSTI Prajna Project
Award: Traffic Mini challenge: Excellent analysis facilitated by a customizable toolset
Virginia Tech
Award: Contributions to the VAST Challenge Contest
Wandering Aengus

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