cantata

Cantata is a graphically expressed, data flow visual language which provides a visual programming environment within the Khoros system. Data flow is a ”naturally visible” approach in which a visual program is described as a directed graph, where each node represents an operator or function and each directed arc represents a path over which data flows. The purpose in providing a visual language interface to the programs included in the Khoros system is to increase the productivity of researchers and application developers. By providing a more natural environment which is similar to the block diagrams that are already familiar to practitioners in the field, the visual language provides support to both novice and experienced programmers.


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  1. Bresson, Jean; Agon, Carlos; Assayag, Gérard: Visual Lisp/CLOS programming in OpenMusic (2009) ioport
  2. Le, Hoang D. K.; Li, Rongxin; Ourselin, Sébastien; Potter, John: A visual dataflow language for image segmentation and registration (2008)
  3. Amatriain, Xavier; Arumi, Pau; Garcia, David: A framework for efficient and rapid development of cross-platform audio applications (2007) ioport
  4. Lux, Augustin: The Imalab method for vision systems (2004) ioport
  5. Ramakrishnan, N.; Watson, L. T.; Kafura, D. G.; Ribbens, C. J.; Shaffer, C. A.: Programming environments for multidisciplinary grid communities (2002)
  6. Walker, D. W.; Li, M.; Rana, O. F.; Shields, M. S.; Huang, Y.: The software architecture of a distributed problem-solving environment (2001)
  7. Argiro, Danielle; Kubica, Steve; Young, Marc; Jorgensen, Steve: Khoros: An integrated development environment for scientific computing and visualization (2000)