Developing Concept-Based User Interfaces for Scientific Computing

  title={Developing Concept-Based User Interfaces for Scientific Computing},
  author={George Chin and Eric G. Stephan and Debbie K. Gracio and Olga A. Kuchar and Paul Whitney and Karen Schuchardt},
Although drawings and graphs can express complex concepts, such methods can't be computationally analyzed. Researchers have developed visual approaches and paradigms that scientists can use to capture and represent scientific models in a computational form that they can link to and integrate with data sets and applications. Our work in concept-based user interfaces is related to ideas and visions used in scientific visualization. This research encourages a transformation of the traditional… CONTINUE READING

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