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Visual languages and human-centric computing; proceedings.


Visual languages and human-centric computing; proceedings.

IEEE symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing (2005: Dallas, Texas) Ed. by Martin Erwig and Andy Schurr.

Computer Society Press


351 pages




These proceedings for the September 2005 conference include workshops, tutorials, paper sessions, tech notes sessions, and information on the graduate student consortium. Topics of workshops and tutorials include the cognitive dimensions of notations, visual modeling for software intensive systems, unified modeling language (2.0) and implementing domain-specific modeling languages and generators. Paper session topics include domain specific visual languages, end-user debugging and testing, new modes of programming, visual model languages, user interface design, design and specification of VLs, animation, and end user development.

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