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1999
IEEE
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Derivative Meaning in Graphical Representations
This paper reports on the phenomenon that may be called "derivative meaning," where the basic semantic conventions for certain graphical representation systems give rise...
Atsushi Shimojima
VL
1999
IEEE
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Extending UML for Modeling of Multimedia Applications
An analysis of how visual modeling of structure and dynamic behavior of a multimedia application differs from modeling conventional software yields that aspects of the graphical u...
Stefan Sauer, Gregor Engels
VL
1999
IEEE
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Pragmatic Graph Rewriting Modifications
We present new pragmatic constructs for easing programming in visual graph rewriting programming languages. The first is a modification to the rewriting process for nodes the host...
Peter J. Rodgers, Natalia Vidal
VL
1999
IEEE
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A Language for Geometric Reasoning in Mobile Robots
Isaac is a rule-based language for mobile robots currently under development at NMSU. A successor to Altaira, it replaces Altaira's state-based rules and tile-based navigatio...
Joseph J. Pfeiffer Jr.
VL
1999
IEEE
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ZASH: A Browsing System for Multi-Dimensional Data
This paper described a browsing system for movie database. The system, named ZASH, was designed and developed to explore the following features: (1) the use of multiple 2D planes ...
Emiko Orimo, Hideki Koike
VL
1999
IEEE
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Reasoning with Spider Diagrams
Spider diagrams combine and extend Venn diagrams and Euler circles to express constraints on sets and their relationships with other sets. These diagrams can usefully be used in c...
John Howse, Fernando Molina, John Taylor, Stuart K...
VL
1999
IEEE
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Formalizing Spider Diagrams
Geared to complement UML and to the specification of large software systems by non-mathematicians, spider diagrams are a visual language that generalizes the popular and intuitive...
Joseph Gil, John Howse, Stuart Kent
VL
1999
IEEE
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Ambiguity in Visual Language Theory and Its Role in Diagram Parsing
To take advantage of the ever-increasing volume of diagrams in electronic form, it is crucial that we have methods for parsing diagrams. Once a structured, content-based descripti...
Robert P. Futrelle
VL
1999
IEEE
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Visual Music in a Visual Programming Language
Sonnet was designed as a visual language for implementing real-time processes. Early design and development of behavioral components has largely focused on the domain of music pro...
Fred L. Collopy, Robert M. Fuhrer, David H. Jameso...