Visual Language Bibliography Update Form

The Visual Language (VL) Bibliography consists of VL papers that have been classified into the categories below by their own authors. Use this form to add papers you have authored to the Visual Language Bibliography.


Part I: Title/Author Information

Title of Your Paper

First Author

First Name : Last Name : MI :

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Other Authors

If the paper is available on the web, please give its URL (leave blank otherwise)


Part II: Publication Information

Please complete the most applicable row from the table below, and then go on to Part III.

Published In Publication Name Location Date Pages

Conference Proceedings:

Please give the full name of the conference(e.g. 1997 IEEE Symposium on ...)
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Journal:

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Technical Report:

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Institution
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Other:

Please provide the information about the publication in which your paper appeared (including publication name, year, month, page numbers, and all other usual information)


Part III: Categories

Select as many as apply to the main theme of the paper (typically about 3 categories will reflect the main theme). When deciding whether to select a general category or a more specific one, always choose the most specific that applies.

For example, a paper about the compilation of a particular image-processing data-flow visual programming language might best be summarized by the 3 categories: VPL-II.A.3 (Data-flow languages), VPL-IV.D (Translators), and VPL-V.C (Image processing languages).

VPL: Visual Programming Languages (for example, survey papers or taxonomies)
VPL-I. Environments and Tools for VPLs
VPL-II. Language Classifications (for example, papers about how to classify VPLs)
VPL-III. Language Features (for example, papers surveying language features of VPLs)
VPL-IV. Language Implementation Issues
VPL-V. Language Purpose (for example, papers classifying a group of VPLs by language purpose)
VPL-VI. Theory of VPLs
VPL-VII. Software Engineering Issues for VPLs
VINPUT: Analysis of Visual Information

Enter any other keywords that are appropriate for this paper.


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