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- Christopher Bak, Detlef Plump
- ICGT
- 2016

- Detlef Plump, Christopher Bak
- ECEASST
- 2012

We present an approach for programming with graph transformation rules in which programs can be as efficient as programs in imperative languages. The basic idea is to equip rules and host graphs with distinguished nodes, so-called roots, and to match roots in rules with roots in host graphs. This enables graph transformation rules to be matched in constant… (More)

GP 2 is an experimental programming language for computing by graph transformation. An initial interpreter for GP 2, written in the functional language Haskell, provides a concise and simply structured reference implementation. Despite its simplicity, the performance of the interpreter is sufficient for the comparative investigation of a range of test… (More)

This project aims to solve the 17×17 4-colouring challenge first proposed by William Gasarch in late 2009. The challenge is to fill a 17×17 grid with four colours such that no rectangle within the grid has the same colour in all of its four corners. This is one of the few unsolved problems in grid-colouring, and it has been studied from several different… (More)

- Christopher Bak
- 2012

Implementing a graph programming system is not a straightforward task. The challenge not only lies in converting a graphical graph-based program into low-level machine code, but the code must correctly perform the complex and non-deterministic operation of graph transformation through graph rewriting rules. GP is a high-level graph programming language.… (More)

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