Inter-Diagrammatic Reasoning

Michael Anderson

The theory of inter-diagrammatic reasoning defines an approach to computation with diagrammatic representations that strives for generality. It provides a simple diagram syntax and a general set of operators that can be used to reason with collections of related diagrams in a wide range of domains.


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