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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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"Everyone knows what Viz is all about - they don't take themselves seriously so why should we?"
The first edition of Viz, of which only 150 were printed, sparked a bidding war on internet auction site eBay.
Now the Viz artistic team have been in talks with the RSC about bringing Shakespeare to a wider audience They are being asked to help illustrate the backdrops and design costumes.
A shocked Viz reader from London objected that the depiction of a young man sniffing an aerosol was irresponsible, especially in a magazine that appeals to youngsters.
Whether studying lighting for a building, analyzing the layout for a highway interchange or demonstrating a complex mechanical assembly -- Autodesk VIZ 2006 is an excellent visualization solution for those tasks.
The Everton star and his family have been given the slightly dubious honour of taking the place of the foul-mouthed Bacons, who Viz readers have come to know and love for their outrageous bad behaviour.
Of these, among the most interesting are a second article on Avicenna's Canon, this time stressing its influence throughout the middle ages and the Renaissance; two articles on Vesalius and his important Fabrica published, interestingly enough, in 543, the same year in which another important work appeared, viz., Nikolaus Copernicus' De Revolutionibus, that one could claim was just as revolutionary in cosmological theory as Vesalius' work was in human anatomy.
...because he's accepted a pounds 1 deal from Viz mag.
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