A Cross-Disciplinary Bibliography on Visual Languages for Information Sharing and Archiving
Daniela G. Camhy (Graz University, Austria)
Robert Stubenrauch (JOANNEUM RESEARCH, Austria)
Abstract: This bibliography offers citations for people who are interested in learning more about visual language, new types of communicating and archiving information with emphases on novel technologies and theoretical works in these multidisciplinary areas. This bibliography is considered in its broadest sense and covers references of research in humanities and social sciences as well as computer technology. Far from being exhaustive, it nevertheless covers essential resources in a selective way, so that the material can provide starting points for many different directions. What is not included here are references to visual programming languages.
Keywords: computer-supported communication, constructed languages, information archiving, information retrieval, interactive maps, language independent communication, sign languages, visual communication, visual languages
Categories: A.2, H.3.7, H.4.3, H.5.1, J.4, J.5