IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages

Seattle, Washington
September 10-14, 2000

Advance Program

Session V: Visual Language Design Issues

Chair: Allen Ambler (University of Kansas, USA)

Tuesday, September 12, 11:00 AM

Time in Grid-Oriented VPLs: Just Another Dimension?
Margaret Burnett, Nanyu Cao and John Atwood (Oregon State University, USA )

Principled Design of Visual Languages for Interaction
Paolo Bottoni (UniversitÓ "La Sapienza" di Roma, Italy )
M.F. Costabile (UniversitÓ di Bari, Italy )
S. Levialdi (UniversitÓ "La Sapienza" di Roma, Italy )
M. Matera (Politecnico di Milano, Italy )
P. Mussio (UniversitÓ di Brescia, Italy )

Related Posters

Posters will be presented at 3:30 PM on Monday, and will be available for viewing during the poster reception Monday evening.

An OO Visual Language Definition Approach Supporting Multiple Views (poster)
David Akehurst (University of Kent at Canterbury )

Towards Typed Generic Rule-Based Visual Programming (poster)
Berthold Hoffmann (Universitat Bremen, Germany )
Mark Minas (Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Germany )

Improving Readability in a Visual Language with a VLSI-Like Approach (poster)
Bertrand Ibrahim, Honitriniela Randriamparany and Hidenori Yoshizumi (University of Geneva, Switzerland )

A Pattern-Based Generator for Implementation of Visual Languages (poster)
Matthias Jung, Uwe Kastens, Christian Schindler and Carsten Schmidt (University of Paderborn, Germany )

A Data-Flow Visual Approach to Symbolic Computing: Implementing a Production-Rule-Based Programming System through a General-Purpose Data-Flow VL (poster)
Marco Porta, Mosconi Mauro (UniversitÓ di Pavia, Italy )

Promoting Scalability in a Concurrent Visual Language (poster)
Michelle Usher and David Jackson (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom )




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