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PROGRES , A Visual Language and Environment for PROgramming with Graph REwriting Systems 1

  title={PROGRES , A Visual Language and Environment for PROgramming with Graph REwriting Systems 1},
  author={A. Sch{\"u}rr},
  • A. Schürr
  • Published 1994
  • Graphs play an important role within many areas of applied computer science, and there exists an abundance of (diagrammatic) visual languages which have graphs as their underlying data model. Furthermore, rule-based languages and systems have proven to be well-suited for the description of complex transformation or inference processes on complex data structures. Although graphs and rule-based systems are quite popular, their combination in the form of graph rewriting systems (graph grammars… CONTINUE READING
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