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Architecture and Applications of the Hy+ Visualization System

By Mariano P. Consens, Frank Ch. Eigler, Masum Z. Hasan, Alberto O. Mendelzon, Emanuel G. Noik, Arthur G. Ryman and Dimitra Vista

Abstract

The Hy+ system is a generic visualization tool that supports a novel visual query language called GraphLog. In Hy+ , visualizations are based on a graphical formalism that allows comprehensible representations of databases, queries, and query answers to be interactively manipulated. This paper describes the design, architecture and features of Hy+ with a number of applications in software engineering and network management. These examples demonstrate the benefits of using a visualization-based system to carry out tasks of ever-increasing complexity in these areas and others

Year: 1994
DOI identifier: 10.1147/sj.333.0458
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