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viz

A visual language for specification and programming.

["viz: A Visual Language Based on Functions", C.M. Holt, 1990 IEEE Workshop on Visual Langs, Oct 1990, pp.221-226].
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Cartoonists Graham Dury and Simon Thorp sign copies of the latest Viz annual at Newcastle's HMV store
Viz also defended the ad saying they had a reputation as a 'toilet' humour mag and the ad was in keeping with their style.
New tool palettes in VIZ 2006 provide instant access to a large inventory of Autodesk VIZ objects such as cameras, lights, and materials in one consistent user interface.
The weird adult anime available in video stores in the US and in Japan is something that companies like Pioneer, Bandai and Viz Communications want nothing to do with.
The 37-episode animated series is seen by millions each week on cable broadcast and the series is also distributed on DVD by VIZ Media (rated T+ for Older Teens).
BOOK SIGNING The Viz editorial team at Newcastle's HMV.
television audiences this fall," says Bill Germain, Director of Programming Sales, VIZ Media.
When a simple bar graph or pie chart doesn't clearly express results of data analysis, SPSS Viz Designer creates a more dynamic visualization to clarify, engage and enlighten.
INSPIRATIONAL Adam Park, centre, with members of Viz a Viz, the Dame Allan's Schools dance company
Former Viz adult comic creator Simon, from Newcastle, developed problems with reading and writing soon after starting secondary school, yet his "specific learning difficulties" have never stopped him from enjoying a varied and colourful career.
San Diego State University's Viz Center Tests and Displays Leading Radiation Technology to Protect the Region, Nation, and World Against Terrorism and Assist Business
Cult comic Viz is accusing burger chain McDonald's of pinching its jokes for a TV ad campaign.