Approaches to supporting software visual notation exchange

  title={Approaches to supporting software visual notation exchange},
  author={Hermann Stoeckle and John C. Grundy and John G. Hosking},
A wide range of software tools provide software engineers with different views (static and dynamic) of software systems. Much recent work has focused on software information model exchange. However, most software tools lack support for exchange of information about visualisation notations (both definitions of notations and instances of them). Some basic converters have been developed to support the exchange of notation information between software tools but almost all are custom-built to… CONTINUE READING
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