A Differential Approach to Graphical Interaction

  title={A Differential Approach to Graphical Interaction},
  author={Michael Lee Gleicher},
Direct manipulation has become the preferred interface for controlling graphical objects. Despite its success, the ad hoc manner with which such interfaces have been designed and implemented restricts the types of interactive controls. This dissertation presents a new approach that provides a systematic method for implementing flexible, combinable interactive controls. This differential approachto graphical interaction uses constrained optimization to couple user controls to graphical objects… CONTINUE READING
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