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The V experimental visual programming language

@inproceedings{Auguston1996TheVE,
  title={The V experimental visual programming language},
  author={M. Auguston and A. Delgado},
  year={1996}
}
  • M. Auguston, A. Delgado
  • Published 1996
  • The V language design is an experiment with a visual representation of dependencies between data and processes. Dataflow diagrams are most commonly used to represent those dependencies in visual programming languages, for instance, in LabVIEW [Baroth, Hartsough 95], and Prograph [Cox, Gilles, Pietrzykowski 95]. In this paper we consider such data structures as sequences (vectors), and 2-dimensional matrices. The aim of our work is to demonstrate how iterative control constructs typically used… CONTINUE READING
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