A Data Flow Language for Intelligent Graphic Displays
We have designed and implemented a user-friendly data flow language for intelligent graphic displays. This language has a macro definition capability that includes both program and data, to make modular programming easier. We also discuss potential applications and extensions of this language.
KeywordsData Flow Function Network Graphie Display Host Computer Display Data
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