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From: Fred P. <fprog26@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 16:41:54 -0400
To: thomas.deweese@kodak.com, www-svg@w3.org
Message-ID: <BAY2-F92lUQ9cAgjHXw00000bf1@hotmail.com>

Hi Thomas,

you may find the "Amulet paper" here:


Lessons Learned About One-Way, Dataflow Constraints in the Garnet and Amulet 
Graphical Toolkits. Bradley T. Vander Zanden, Richard Halterman, Brad A. 
Myers, Rich McDaniel, Rob Miller, Pedro Szekely, Dario Giuse, and David 
Kosbie. ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS).

Postscript and PDF version:

Roughly ~20 pages (280KB).

Thanks to google search!
http://www.google.ca/search?q="Lessons learned about one 

Have fun!

Sincerely yours,

KM> Again I refer you to the excellent paper by Brad Vander Zanden et
KM> al, Lessons learned about one-way, dataflow constraints in the
KM> Garnet and Amulet graphical toolkits, ACM Transactions on
KM> Programming Languages and Systems (TOPLAS)}, 2001, pages 776--796,
KM> http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/506315.506318.

    I would but I don't feel like subscribing (also I've used the
Amulet toolkit briefly in the past so I'm generally aware of the
concepts here).  My experience with one-way constraints (mostly for
Motif) is that they are very difficult to get right, you almost never
get them right the first time, and when they go wrong the errors are
very difficult to track down.

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