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VL 1999


 
Time and place:

1999
Conf. description:
The VL/HCC conference is the premier international forum for researchers and industrial practitioners to discuss the theory, applications and evaluation of technologies, visual and otherwise, that enhance the role of humans in the computing process. The conference was established in 1984 and aims to support the design, formalization, implementation, and evaluation of computing languages that are easier to learn, easier to use, and easier to understand by a broader group of people.
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Articles

(1999): Foreword. In: VL 1999 1999. . Available online

p. 104-110

Codognet, Philippe (1999): An Historical Account of Indexical Images: from Ancient Art to the Web. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 104-110. Available online

p. 111-

Collopy, Fred L., Fuhrer, Robert M. and Jameson, David H. (1999): Visual Music in a Visual Programming Language. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 111-. Available online

p. 12-19

Chok, Sitt Sen, Marriott, Kim and Paton, Tom (1999): Constraint-Based Diagram Beautification. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 12-19. Available online

p. 122-129

Erwig, Martin (1999): Visual Graphs. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 122-129. Available online

p. 130-137

Gil, Joseph, Howse, John and Kent, Stuart (1999): Formalizing Spider Diagrams. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 130-137. Available online

p. 138-

Howse, John, Molina, Fernando, Taylor, John and Kent, Stuart (1999): Reasoning with Spider Diagrams. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 138-. Available online

p. 148-155

Mnch, Manfred and Schrr, Andy (1999): Leaving the Visual Language Ghetto. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 148-155. Available online

p. 156-163

Giese, Holger, Graf, Jorg and Wirtz, Guido (1999): Seamless Visual Object-Oriented Behavior Modeling for Distributed Software Systems. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 156-163. Available online

p. 164-

Jr., Joseph J. Pfeiffer (1999): A Language for Geometric Reasoning in Mobile Robots. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 164-. Available online

p. 172-175

Futrelle, Robert P. (1999): Ambiguity in Visual Language Theory and Its Role in Diagram Parsing. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 172-175. Available online

p. 176-177

Liu, Zhiqing (1999): Semantics Design of a Visual Language for Constructing and Animating Geometric Objects. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 176-177. Available online

p. 178-179

Dangberg, Andreas and Mueller, Wolfgang (1999): Generation of Interactive Visual Environments for Direct Manipulation of Database Content. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 178-179. Available online

p. 180-181

Kranzlmller, Dieter, Stankovic, Nenad and Volkert, Jens (1999): Debugging Parallel Programs with Visual Patterns. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 180-181. Available online

p. 182-184

Carrico, Luis, Antunes, Pedro and Guimares, Nuno (1999): Visual Reflection: Language, Action and Feedback. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 182-184. Available online

p. 185-186

Handl, Daniela (1999): HotFlow - A Visual Language for Workflow Applications in E-Commerce. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 185-186. Available online

p. 187-188

Erwig, Martin and Schneider, Markus (1999): Visual Specification of Spatio-Temporal Developments. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 187-188. Available online

p. 189-

Oshiba, Takashi and Tanaka, Jiro (1999): "3D-PP": Three-Dimensional Visual Programming System. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 189-. Available online

p. 192-193

Liechti, Olivier and Ichikawa, Tadao (1999): A Visual Interaction Mechanism for Increasing Awareness on the WWW. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 192-193. Available online

p. 194-195

Cibelli, Maurizio, Costagliola, Gennaro, Polese, Giuseppe and Tortora, Genoveffa (1999): Browsing the Web through Virtual Reality. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 194-195. Available online

p. 196-197

Miura, Motoki and Tanaka, Jiro (1999): An Animated Demonstration Authoring System for Java Applets. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 196-197. Available online

p. 198-199

Chung, Vincent, Hosking, John G. and Mugridge, Warwick B. (1999): Visual Specification of 3D Notations Using 3DComposer. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 198-199. Available online

p. 20-

Goldman, Neil M. and Balzer, Robert (1999): The ISI Visual Design Editor Generator. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 20-. Available online

p. 200-201

Tatemura, Jun'ichi, Santini, Simone and Jain, Ramesh (1999): Social and Content-Based Approach for Visual Recommendation of Web Graphics. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 200-201. Available online

p. 202-203

Ibrahim, Bertrand and Yoshizumi, Hidenori (1999): Solving the Spaghetti Plate Syndrome in a Control-Flow Language with a VLSI-Like Solution. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 202-203. Available online

p. 204-205

Celentano, Augusto (1999): Virtual Worlds as Metaphors for Web Sites Exploration: Are They Effective?. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 204-205. Available online

p. 206-207

Rodgers, Peter J. and Vidal, Natalia (1999): Pragmatic Graph Rewriting Modifications. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 206-207. Available online

p. 208-

Suzuki, Ryotaro and Iwadate, Yuichi (1999): INVENTION - A Study of Counterpoint Structure Description. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 208-. Available online

p. 212-219

Shimojima, Atsushi (1999): Derivative Meaning in Graphical Representations. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 212-219. Available online

p. 220-227

Gurr, Corin A. and Tourlas, Konstantinos (1999): Formalizing Pragmatic Features of Graph-Based Notations. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 220-227. Available online

p. 228-235

Adachi, Yoshihiro, Kobayashi, Suguru, Tsuchida, Kensei and Yaku, Takeo (1999): An NCE Context-Sensitive Graph Grammar for Visual Design Languages. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 228-235. Available online

p. 236-

Costagliola, Gennaro, Ferrucci, Filomena, Polese, Giuseppe and Vitiello, Giuliana (1999): Supporting Hybrid and Hierarchical Visual Language Definition. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 236-. Available online

p. 246-253

Blackwell, Alan and Green, T. R. G. (1999): Does Metaphor Increase Visual Language Usability?. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 246-253. Available online

p. 254-261

Bianchi, A., D'Enza, M., Matera, Maristella and Betta, A. (1999): Designing Usable Visual Languages: The Case of Immune System Studies. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 254-261. Available online

p. 262-269

Good, Judith (1999): VPLs and Novice Program Comprehension: How Do Different Languages Compare?. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 262-269. Available online

p. 270-

McCrickard, D. Scott and Catrambone, Richard (1999): Beyond the Scrollbar: An Evolution and Evaluation of Alternative Navigation Techniques. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 270-. Available online

p. 280-287

Demetrescu, Camil and Finocchi, Irene (1999): Smooth Animation of Algorithms in a Declarative Framework. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 280-287. Available online

p. 288-295

Orimo, Emiko and Koike, Hideki (1999): ZASH: A Browsing System for Multi-Dimensional Data. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 288-295. Available online

p. 296-

Hewagamage, K. Priyantha, Hirakawa, Masahito and Ichikawa, Tadao (1999): Interactive Visualization of Spatiotemporal Patterns Using Spirals on a Geographical Map. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 296-. Available online

p. 30-37

Burnett, Margaret M., Sheretov, Andrei and Rothermel, Gregg (1999): Scaling up a "What You See Is What You Test" Methodology to Spreadsheet Grids. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 30-37. Available online

p. 308-313

Ota, Yukio (1999): Historical Role and Capability of Visual Language. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 308-313. Available online

p. 314-315

(1999): Demonstrations. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 314-315. Available online

p. 38-47

Harada, Toshinobu, Yoshimoto, Fujiichi and Moriyama, Masamitsu (1999): An Aesthetic Curve in the Field of Industrial Design. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 38-47. Available online

p. 4-11

Haarslev, Volker, Moller, Ralf and Wessel, Michael (1999): On Specifying Semantics of Visual Spatial Query Languages. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 4-11. Available online

p. 48-

Bottoni, Paolo, Chang, Shi-Kuo, Costabile, Maria Francesca, Levialdi, Stefano and Mussio, Piero (1999): Dimensions of Visual Interaction Design. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 48-. Available online

p. 64-71

Chattratichat, Jaturon, Guo, Yike and Syed, Jameel (1999): A Visual Language for Internet-Based Data Mining and Data Visualization. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 64-71. Available online

p. 72-79

Sifer, Mark and Liechti, Olivier (1999): Zooming in One Dimension Can Be Better Than Two: An Interface for Placing Search Results in Context with a Restricted Sitemap. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 72-79. Available online

p. 80-

Sauer, Stefan and Engels, Gregor (1999): Extending UML for Modeling of Multimedia Applications. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 80-. Available online

p. 90-95

Sommerer, Christa and Mignonneau, Laurent (1999): VERBARIUM and LIFE SPACIES: Creating a Visual Language by Transcoding Text into Form on the Internet. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 90-95. Available online

p. 96-103

Slattery, Diana, Brubaker, William and O'Neil, Daniel (1999): Mazes and Morphs: Modeling Meaning in Glide, a Non-Linear, Dynamic Visual Language. In: VL 1999 1999. pp. 96-103. Available online


 
 

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