Recent Submissions

  • ALITE - AN ENGINEERING TOOL FOR AUTOMATIC CHIP DESIGN 

    Anson, R. C.; Tweedly, A. G. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    To meet the variety of layout challenges raised by developing VLSI technology, a new Autolayout system has been developed. This flexible tool provides automated or interactive layout of both 'mass-production' and custom ...
  • THE EFFECTIVENESS OF HIGH-LEVEL GRAPHICAL LANGUAGES IN DEALING WITH VARIOUS GRAPHICAL DOMAINS 

    Ross, R.; Schrack, G. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    There are many domains in which graphical programming languages can be applied. Use of a particular graphical programing language will be limited if the domains in which it can be applied are restricted. High-level graphical ...
  • GKS in C 

    Rosenthal, David S. H.; Hagen, Paul fen (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    A binding of GKS, the draft ISO standard for 2D graphics software, to the programming language C is presented, together with the principles underlying its design. The binding is compared with the binding to FORTRAN. An ...
  • VISTA VISUAL IMPACT SIMULATION TECHNICAL AID 

    Stearn, Donald D (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    VISTA is a 3-D colour perspective package with hidden surface elimination being developed at the Architecture & Building Aids Computer Unit, Strathclyde (ABACUS). It is an attempt to model the visual reality of both the ...
  • GRAPH: An Interactive Program based on the Graphical Kernel System 

    Slater, M.; Baker, R. J. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
  • A METHODOLOGY FOR POPULATING DEFAULT COLOR MAPS 

    Straayer, David H. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    A standard for using colors in computer graphics systems is proposed. A key aspect of this proposed standard is to allow two different levels of access to colors. At the first level, colors are selected from a standard ...
  • SAMMIE-3-D GRAPHICS FOR HUMAN FACTORS APPLICATIONS 

    Kingsley, Eliot C. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    In the last five years there has become available a wide range of computer aided three dimensional modelling systems, but only one of these has been specifically developed for evaluating human factors aspects of designs, ...
  • ON CONSTRUCTING INTERACTIVE GRAPHICS SYSTEMS 

    Hanusa, Henning; Kuhlmann, Herbert W.; Pfaff, Günther E. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    Abstract: A framework for generating a graphics dialogue system dedicated to special application, user, and graphics hardware characteristics is presented. A prerequisite is the design of common dialogue methods and the ...
  • COMPUTER REPRESENTATION OF DEAF SIGN LANGUAGE 

    Harrison, R. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    A compact system for recording and transmitting messages in Sign will help to alleviate the disadvantages suffered by profoundly deaf children and support an improved cultural environment for deaf adults. This paper proposes ...
  • COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN SYSTEM FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE PLANE FIGURES SHOE MAKING APPLICATION 

    DULLIN, Eric; OUARET, Seddik; MAY, Paul (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    "POK" is provided, through a purposely designed measuring appliance, for digitizing (in cylindrical coordinates) skew three-dimensional patterns in an automatic way as well as for carrying out an interactive 2D processing ...
  • GRAPHIC DISPLAYS IN THE COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN OF LIFT SYSTEMS 

    Barney, G.C. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    The sizing of lift systems to meet passenger demands is normally carried out in a quantitative way by calculation. Nothing is done to determine the quality of service provided. This paper describes how a computer aided ...
  • A COMPUTER GRAPHICS PACKAGE FOR TEACHING CRYSTAL MORPHOLOGY 

    Angell, Ian O.; Moore, Moreton (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
  • CGM-CONCEPTS AND THEIR REALIZATION 

    Buhtz, Rainer (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    A discussion of special design concepts for CGM, the Berlin implementation of GKS and their realizations on various computers.
  • ANALYSIS OF THE DESIGN PROCESS AS BASIS FOR THE DEFINITION OF CAD-FUNCTIONS DISTRIBUTED ON HIERARCHICAL NETWORKS 

    Gorny, Peter (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    It seems to be no question any more, that intelligent graphics work stations will be integrated as terminals into networks, especially because of the process in hardware and network development. But we do not know yet, ...
  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS IN INTERACTIVE DISCRETE-EVENT SIMULATION 

    Bennett, B. S. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    The use of computer graphics in the digital simulation of continuous and discrete-event systems has been repeatedly shown to confer many benefits. What is less common is the use of computer graphics to assist the user in ...
  • CHITRA - A LOW COST 2-D GRAPHICS PACKAGE FOR THE DESIGN OF DISCRETE SYSTEMS 

    Kumar, Ashok; Visweswara, G. H.; Rajaram, S.; Prabhakar, A. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    A general purpose 2-D graphics package termed CHITRA has been developed, to aid the design of discrete systems. CHITRA permits the rapid interactive description and design of multiterminal subsystems and links for their ...
  • THE IMPORTANCE OF A CORRECT APPROACH TO THE DESIGN OF METAFILES STANDARDS 

    Arnold, David B. (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
  • WHATEVER HAPPENED TO COMPUTER ART? 

    Lansdown, John (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    The way in which computer art has developed over the past fifteen years is discussed and the successes and failures touched upon. Suggestions are made on how computer artists might help in the business of general computer ...
  • ATTRIBUTE HANDLING IN GKS 

    Sutcliffe, D C (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    Following an intensive international review, GKS was adopted by ISO as a Draft Proposal in October 1981, GKS, Graphical Kernal System, is a 2-D device independent graphics system. One of the features, which distinguishes ...
  • COMPUTER GRAPHICS FOR REGIONAL PLANNING: MONITORING WOODLAND RESOURCES BY A LAND INFORMATION SYSTEM 

    Contin, Silvana (The Eurographics Association, 1982)
    To satisfy the cartographic requirement for planning at a regional scale the Csi-Piemonte has developed a system for computer assisted production of thematic maps. The activity of the Csi-Piemonte is directed at the ...

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