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Mathematical aspects of a graphical programming language and its implementation Chan, Bon-boon


This thesis describes the improvements in the mathematical aspects of the high-level programming language for interactive graphics (LIG). Improvement possibilities were investigated in three areas: dependence on the order of transformations, arithmetic expressions appearing in LIG statements, and the implementation to allow the programming of graphical functions. The method of implementation of the proposed improvements is also discussed.

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