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Visual programming gives vast syntactic freedom to both language designers and applications programmers. Unless a flexible framework is found within which widely varying programming styles and paradigms can be embedded, all the problems encountered in creating interfaces between modules in different textual languages will be repeated, exacerbated by syntactic incompatibility. This paper looks at what such a framework might consist of, expressed informally as a higher-order universal algebra of relations; examples are drawn from temporal logics.

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Author(s): Holt CM

Publication type: Report

Publication status: Published

Series Title:

Type: Technical Report

Year: 1995

Pages: 6

Print publication date: 01/01/1995

Source Publication Date: 1995

Report Number: CS-TR-530

Institution: School of Computing Science, Newcastle University

Place Published: Newcastle upon Tyne