Graphviz is open source graph visualization software. Graph visualization is a way of representing structural information as diagrams of abstract graphs and networks. It has important applications in networking, bioinformatics, software engineering, database and web design, machine learning, and in visual interfaces for other technical domains.

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  1. Ciobanu, Gabriel; Horne, Ross; Sassone, Vladimiro: A descriptive type foundation for RDF Schema (2016)
  2. Khakpour, Narges; Arbab, Farhad; Rutten, Eric: Synthesizing structural and behavioral control for reconfigurations in component-based systems (2016)
  3. Lang, Moritz; Stelling, Jörg: Modular parameter identification of biomolecular networks (2016)
  4. Viswanathan, Rama; Liang, Sijia; Yang, Yang; Jungck, John R.: BioGrapher: visualization of graph theoretical patterns, measurements, and analysis in mathematical biology (2016)
  5. Arleo, Alessio; Didimo, Walter; Liotta, Giuseppe; Montecchiani, Fabrizio: A million edge drawing for a fistful of dollars (2015)
  6. Murray, Walter; Tinoco De Rubira, Tomás; Wigington, Adam: A robust and informative method for solving large-scale power flow problems (2015)
  7. Newsham, Zack; Lindsay, William; Ganesh, Vijay; Liang, Jia Hui; Fischmeister, Sebastian; Czarnecki, Krzysztof: $\mathsf SATGraf$: visualizing the evolution of SAT formula structure in solvers (2015)
  8. Pommereau, Franck: SNAKES: a flexible high-level Petri nets library (tool paper) (2015)
  9. Schwarzentruber, François: Drawing interactive Euler diagrams from region connection calculus specifications (2015)
  10. Sevegnani, Michele; Calder, Muffy: Bigraphs with sharing (2015)
  11. Sunkara, Vinodh Kumar; Sane, Aamod: Skeblle: a new kind of diagramming tool with programmable active diagrams (2015)
  12. Belzner, Lenz; De Nicola, Rocco; Vandin, Andrea; Wirsing, Martin: Reasoning (on) service component ensembles in rewriting logic (2014)
  13. Egri-Nagy, Attila; Francis, Andrew R.; Gebhardt, Volker: Bacterial genomics and computational group theory: the BioGAP package for GAP (2014)
  14. Ellis, Graham; Hegarty, Fintan: Computational homotopy of finite regular CW-spaces (2014)
  15. Glatz, Eduard; Mavromatidis, Stelios; Ager, Bernhard; Dimitropoulos, Xenofontas: Visualizing big network traffic data using frequent pattern mining and hypergraphs (2014) ioport
  16. Ahmad, Uzma; Syed, Husnine: On the heights of power digraphs modulo $n$. (2012)
  17. Awad, Ahmed; Goré, Rajeev; Hou, Zhe; Thomson, James; Weidlich, Matthias: An iterative approach to synthesize business process templates from compliance rules (2012) ioport
  18. Livne, Oren E.; Brandt, Achi: Lean algebraic multigrid (LAMG): fast graph Laplacian linear solver (2012)
  19. Yoosofan, Ahmad; Namazi-Fard, Mostafa: Automatic graph construction of periodic open tubulene $((5,6,7)3)$ and computation of its Wiener, PI, and Szeged indices (2012)
  20. Bugge Grathwohl, Niels Bjørn; Ketema, Jeroen; Pallesen, Jens Duelund; Simonsen, Jakob Grue: Anagopos: a reduction graph visualizer for term rewriting and lambda calculus (2011)

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