LSD: A Logic-Based Visual Language for Designing Structured Objects

@article{Cox1998LSDAL,
  title={LSD: A Logic-Based Visual Language for Designing Structured Objects},
  author={Philip T. Cox and Trevor J. Smedley},
  journal={J. Vis. Lang. Comput.},
  year={1998},
  volume={9},
  pages={509-534}
}
Designing structured objects such as mechanical devices, buildings and electronic devices, involves two disparate activities. Visual representations of objects are drawn in two or three dimensions. Also, since the structure of more complex artifacts may depend on parameter values, coding akin to programming may be required. Consequently, design tools such as CAD systems usually provide sophisticated graphical drafting packages plus interfaces to textual programming languages. Those dealing with… CONTINUE READING

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