Dataflow Realizes a Diagrammatic Programming Method
A large database of connections between software parts replaces the procedural programs to realize a virtually-wired (visual) logic and to eliminate the regular work of programming. Having a knowledge database within a drawing environment allows programmers to easily call out program parts using a mouse on the screen. This paper presents the system concept from the aspects of soft computing, as well as giving an overview of functional principles, discussing its actual use over the past ten years and raising issues for further study about it.
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