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Defining Dynamic Graphics by a Graphical Language

Mao Qijing; Tai Juwei;   

  1. Institute of Automation Academia Sinica; Beijing; Institute of Automation; Academia Sinica;
  • Online:1991-07-10 Published:1991-07-10

A graphical language which can be used for defining dynamic picture and applying control ac- tions to it is defined with an expanded attributed grammar.Based on this,a system is built for de- veloping the presentation of application data of user interface.This system provides user interface de- signers with a friendly and high efficient programming environment.

Key words: color constancy,lightness normalization,color vision,computer vision;

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