ChemTrains: a language for creating behaving pictures

@article{Bell1993ChemTrainsAL,
  title={ChemTrains: a language for creating behaving pictures},
  author={Brigham Bell and Clayton H. Lewis},
  journal={Proceedings 1993 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages},
  year={1993},
  pages={188-195}
}
  • Brigham Bell, Clayton H. Lewis
  • Published 1993
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings 1993 IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages
  • ChemTrains is a rule-based language in which both the condition and action of each rule are specified by pictures. A ChemTrain rule will execute when the topology rather than the geometry of a pattern matches a portion of the simulation picture, enabling rules to be drawn at a high level of abstraction. The language is independent of any specific application domain and is accessible to people with limited programming knowledge.<<ETX>> 

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