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DSketch - A Sketch Tool for Diagrams

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Related Publications

[ 1]
F. Brieler and M. Minas. A model-based recognition engine for sketched diagrams. Journal of Visual Languages and Computing, 21(2):81--97, Apr. 2010. Special Issue on Sketch Computation. [  DOI | .pdf ]
[ 2]
S. Mazanek, C. Rutetzki, and M. Minas. Sketch-based diagram editors with user assistance based on graph transformation and graph drawing techniques. In J. de Lara and D. Varro, editors, Proceedings of the Fourth International Workshop on Graph-Based Tools (GraBaTs 2010), University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands, September 28, 2010. Satellite event of ICGT'10 , volume 32 of Electronic Communications of the EASST, 2010. [  DOI | http ]
[ 3]
R. Thierjung, F. Brieler, and M. Minas. On-line recognition of hatched and filled regions in hand-drawings. In Proc. IUI Workshop on Sketch Recognition, Sanibel Island, Florida, February 8, 2009, 2009. [  .pdf ]
[ 4]
F. Brieler and M. Minas. A model-based recognition engine for sketched diagrams. In Proc. VL/HCC 08 Workshop on Sketch Tools for Diagramming, Herrsching, Germany, September 15, 2008, 2008. [  .pdf ]
[ 5]
F. Brieler and M. Minas. Recognition and processing of hand drawn diagrams using syntactic and semantic analysis. In P. Bottoni and S. Levialdi, editors, Proceedings of the Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces 2008 (AVI 2008), Naples, Italy , pages 181--188. ACM Press, 2008. [  DOI | http ]
[ 6]
F. Brieler and M. Minas. Ambiguity resolution for sketched diagrams by syntax analysis based on graph grammars. In C. Ermel, R. Heckel, and J. de Lara, editors, Proc. of the Seventh International Workshop on Graph Transformation and Visual Modeling Techniques (GT-VMT 2008), March 29-30, 2008, Budapest, Hungary, Satellite of ETAPS 2008, volume 10 of Electronic Communications of the EASST, 2008. [  DOI ]
[ 7]
F. Brieler and M. Minas. A new approach to flexible, trainingless sketching. In Proc. Workshop on Visual Modeling for Software Intensive Systems (VMSIS), Dallas, Texas, USA, September 24, 2005, pages 43--50, 2005. [  .pdf ]