Collaboration between Heterogeneous Stand-alone 3-D Graphical Applications

@article{Zeleznik2000CollaborationBH,
  title={Collaboration between Heterogeneous Stand-alone 3-D Graphical Applications},
  author={Robert C. Zeleznik and Loring Holden and Michael V. Capps and Howard Abrams and Timothy S. Miller},
  journal={Comput. Graph. Forum},
  year={2000},
  volume={19},
  pages={91-98}
}
We describe the Scene-Graph-As-Bus technique (SGAB), the first step in a staircase of solutions for sharing software components for virtual environments. The goals of SGAB are to allow, with minimal effort, independentlydesigned applications to share component functiona lity; and for multiple users to share applications designed for single users.This paper reports on the SGAB design for transparently conjoining different applications by unifying the state information contained in their scene… CONTINUE READING
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