In: Proc. 1997 IEEE Symp. on Visual Languages (VL'97), 23-26 September 1997, Isle of Capri, Italy, pages 50-57. 1997.
Abstract: The paper describes PUIST, a visual language for graphical interface specifications and prototyping. PUIST uses a Petri net notation, with a declarative means of defining nets which have complex, yet regular interconnections. This significantly improves the understandability of large specifications, permitting PUIST to be used for complex interface component specifications and prototyping.
Keywords: PUIST, Petri nets, graphical user interfaces, interface specifications.
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