An interactive constraint-based system for drawing graphs
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CitationKathy Ryall, Joe Marks, and Stuart M. Shieber. An interactive constraint-based system for drawing graphs. In Proceedings of the 10th Annual Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST), 1997.
AbstractThe glide system is an interactive constraint-based editor for drawing small- and medium-sized graphs (50 nodes or fewer) that organizes the interaction in a more collaborative manner than in previous systems. Its distinguishing features are a vocabulary of specialized constraints for graph drawing, and a simple constraintsatisfaction mechanism that allows the user to manipulate the drawing while the constraints are active. These features result in a graph-drawing editor that is superior in many ways to those based on more general and powerful constraint-satisfaction methods.
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