IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages

Seattle, Washington
September 10-14, 2000

Advance Program

Session VIII: Domain-Specific Visual Languages

Chair: Philip Cox (Dalhousie University, Canada)

Wednesday, September 13, 10:30 AM

A Visual Critiquing Language for Expressing Design Knowledge
Stefanie Thies (University of Paderborn, Germany )
Marita Dücker (C-Lab, Germany )

A Common Framework for Input, Processing, and Output in Isaac
Joseph J. Pfeiffer, Jr., Rick Vinyard and Bernardo Margolis (New Mexico State University, USA )

Visual Languages for Sketching Documents
Pinto-Maria Albuquerque (INESC, Portugal )
Manuel J. Fonseca and Joaquim A. Jorge (DEI-IST/UTL, Portugal )

Related Posters

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

VOODE/VOOPL-1: The Visual Construction of CORBA Components (poster)
Frank Buehler, Paul Luker and Mike Callaghan (De Montfort University, England )

CAIL: A prototype for a Computer Assisted Iconic Language (poster)
Bernard Champoux (ATR Media Integration & Communication Laboratories, Japan )
Martin David (Kyoto University, Japan )
Alain Huot (McGill University, Canada )
Yuichi Iwadate (ATR MIC 3 Laboratories, Japan )

Visual Representation of Procedural Knowledge (poster)
Roger Hartley and Heather D. Pfeiffer (New Mexico State University, USA )

A Visual Modelling Language for Distributed Geographic Information Systems (poster)
Ahmed Lbath and Francois Pinet (INSA Lyon, France )

A Visual Framework for the Scripting of Parallel Evolving Agents (poster)
Wolfgang Mueller, Arne Meyer and Henning Zabel (C-Lab, Germany )

Lower Floor, Lower Ceiling: Easily Programming Turtle-Graphics (poster)
Robert Sheehan (University of Auckland, New Zealand )

Structured Interactive Animation for Multimedia Documents (poster)
Dan Vodislav (CNAM/CEDRIC, France )
Michalis Vazirgiannis (Athens University of Economics & Business, Greece )

Using a Visual Software Engineering Language for Specifying and Analysing Workflows (poster)
Guido Wirtz (Westfalische Wilhelms-Universitat, Germany )

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