A demonstration of interactive graph based visual language applications
Escalante is a development environment for applications that use the pictorial representations of graphs to facilitate human-computer communication. Escalante supports a wide range of graph representations and layouts through a localized spatial constraint mechanism as well as external graph layout tools.
KeywordsMessage Passing Pictorial Representation Interactive Graph Spatial Constraint Table Entry
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