Visual Language Semantics Specification in the VisPro System

Zhang, K.-B., Orgun, M.A. and Zhang, K.

    VisPro is a general-purpose visual language generation system, which can produce a wide range of diagrammatic visual programming languages (VPLs) based on Reserved Graph Grammar (RGG), a context sensitive graph grammar. This paper presents an approach to specify the semantic execution sequence of VPLs based on VisPro. In this approach, we use an ordering mechanism to facilitate the parsing formalism of Reserved Graph Grammar to determine semantic execution sequence of super-nodes in visual programs of the VPLs.
Cite as: Zhang, K.-B., Orgun, M.A. and Zhang, K. (2003). Visual Language Semantics Specification in the VisPro System. In Proc. Pan-Sydney Area Workshop on Visual Information Processing (VIP2002), Sydney, Australia. CRPIT, 22. Jin, J. S., Eades, P., Feng, D. D. and Yan, H., Eds. ACS. 121.
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