Flexible Graph Layout for the Web

@article{Hansen2002FlexibleGL,
  title={Flexible Graph Layout for the Web},
  author={Trevor Hansen and Kim Marriott and Bernd Meyer and Peter J. Stuckey},
  journal={J. Vis. Lang. Comput.},
  year={2002},
  volume={13},
  pages={35-60}
}
More powerful personal computers and higher network bandwi dth has meant that graphics has become increasingly important on the web. Graph-based diagrams are one of the most important types of structured graph ic l information. Here we demonstrate how XML can be used as basis for contentsbased delivery of graph-based diagrams. The main distinguishing feature o f our approach is that it separates style and content of diagrams in the same way as (XM L-based) markup languages for textual… CONTINUE READING

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