Workshop on Graph-Based Tools
Graphs are well-known, well-understood, and frequently used means to depict networks of related items. They are successfully used as the underlying mathematical concept in various application domains. In all these domains, tools are developed that store, retrieve, manipulate and display graphs. It is the purpose of this workshop to summarize the state of the art of graph-based tool development, bring together developers of graph-based tools in different application fields and to encourage new tool development cooperations.
KeywordsGraph Transformation Graph Grammar Visual Language Graph Transformation System Statechart Diagram
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