Managing graphical resources

Abstract

The development of interactive graphics software has separated into two apparently incompatible streams. The mainstream, exemplified by GKS and the Core, and a "RasterOp" stream, exemplified by Smalltalk and the Carnegie-Mellon CANVAS package. In the mainstream, the important concepts are viewing, segments, output primitives, and virtual input devices. In… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/988584.988587

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