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Abstract Many models in software and information engineering use graph representations; examples are data flow diagrams, state transition diagrams, flow charts, PERT charts, organization charts,… Expand
An automatic method for drawing compound digraphs that contain both inclusion edges and adjacency edges are presented. In the method vertices are drawn as rectangles (areas for texts, images, etc.),… Expand
Abstract A novel and heuristic method for drawing graphs is proposed, introducing a new model called the magnetic spring model , that is an extension of the model by Eades. Graph drawing by… Expand
Purpose – This paper seeks to sharpen the concepts of tacit, implicit and explicit knowledge by linking them to findings from cognitive psychology and memory science and thus finding a possibility… Expand
A simple and unified heuristic method for nicely drawing directed, undirected and mixed graphs is proposed basing upon a new model called magnetic-spring model which is an extension of Eades's spring… Expand