GUIs and constraint propagation


Subject: GUIs and constraint propagation
From: Pawel Jachowicz (pawel.jachowicz@net-linx.de)
Date: Fri May 19 2000 - 13:11:51 MET DST


Hello,

I am looking for articles, papers and other references pertaining to
constraint propagation in the context of Graphical User Interfaces.
Specifically, I am interested in

- algorithms that keep all of the graphical objects in place in relation to
each other, after some update to the graphical window

- handling of inconsistencies within the constraint store that exist as a
result of an update of the graphical window

- examples of the various representations of the spacial constraints between
the graphical objects (here specifically dealing with positional
information)

Any information on this topic would be very appreciated. Please use my
personal email address instead of the list's for your correspondence:

pawel.jachowicz@net-linx.de or pavel@cs.ualberta.ca

Sincerely,
Pawel

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