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Beluga for Visual Planners and Programmers

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INFormation CHanGe Architectures and Flow Charts

Powerful syntax. Designing information graphs (of architectures, traffic flows, running systems) in a scalable manner can be tricky. A user could be using any of dozens of visual applications for designs, presention, planning, but unable to publish it quickly or store this information in a text and fully reusable form.

Thanks to Beluga and InfChg you don't have to worry about any of that. You can enter complex programs, plans, flows, or architectures in a text-based systax (Beluga code). This interpreter of Beluga transforms your ideas from text representations into colorfull graphs.

In the Cloud. Online readers could be interacting dozens of servers at a given time, and the graph they see could go to a different version than the latest one you wish to publish. All this interacting with data that is also spread out across dozens of machines, possibly in different locations around the world.

This SaaS site infchg.appspot.com leverages Google App Engine's infrastructure, which takes care of all of the distribution, replication and load balancing, allowing you a seamless publication of your graphs and code.

Composition. Signed-in users are able to request enhanced graphics or run the Beluga code to create new programs in the cloud.

Generate your Graph On-line from Dot or Beluga languages (Information-Change)

Simply paste your ideas in the code area and hit the create-graph button. Ideas, plans, and programs are represented in a reaction-like style (Beluga language) with particles, reactions(->), structures(:), and comments(#), as in the examples below (and in left menu):

    e.g.   a->b #from a #to b  

    e.g. Empty -> Filling -> Full
    { Actor Water } -> SendingTo -> Empty 

    e.g.   λ -> λ ;
      area:   # pi area
      π -> λ -> π ;    
       

Your description, title, or tags for this code, optional:

     
    Type=     Title=        tags= e.g. dna trade music
    Graph Description: private?




Some examples

See the following examples for variations in organization and layout:

Dot June 30 15h03

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6od

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 15h03

Dot June 30 15h03

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6oc

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 15h03

Dot June 30 15h02

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6ob

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 15h02

Dot June 30 15h01

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6oa

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 15h01

Dot June 30 14h51

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6nY

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 14h51

Dot June 30 14h50

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6nX

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posted on Jun-30 at 14h50

Dot June 30 14h49

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6nW

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 14h49

Dot June 30 14h39

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6nM

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 14h39

Dot June 30 14h26

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6nz

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 14h26

e.g., June 30 12h47

Large images (>7Mega) with thousands of nodes are rendered free on request to signed-in users (use your gmail account). url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/D6lU

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-30 at 12h47

part of code:
/*1*/ digraph G { siz
/*2*/ label=" test ca
/*3*/ node [shape=rec
/*4*/ edge [color=ora
/*5 for ranks: CC->Pl
/*6*/"1" [style=invis
...

Dot June 26 19h35

77 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6sI

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 19h35

Dot June 26 19h32

41 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6sF

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 19h32

Dot June 26 19h31

41 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6sE

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 19h31

Dot June 26 19h30

41 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6sD

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 19h30

Dot June 26 19h26

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6sz

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 19h26

Dot June 26 18h30

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6rD

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 18h30

Dot June 26 18h29

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6rC

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 18h29

Dot June 26 18h28

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6rB

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 18h28

Dot June 26 18h27

12 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6rA

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 18h27

Dot June 26 18h01

12 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6ra

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 18h01

Dot June 26 17h10

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6qj

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 17h10

Dot June 26 17h09

66 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6qi

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 17h09

Dot June 26 16h45

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6pT

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 16h45

Dot June 26 14h45

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/z6nT

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-26 at 14h45

Beluga June 23 04h10

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/w6dj

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-23 at 04h10

part of code:
You -> entered → note
 see: #examples in
 left <-- menu 
...

Beluga June 17 14h23

url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/q6nw

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-17 at 14h23

part of code:
You -> entered → note
 see: #examples in
 left <-- menu 
...

e.g., June 17 11h31

Large images (>7Mega) with thousands of nodes are rendered free on request to signed-in users (use your gmail account). url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/q6kF

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-17 at 11h31

part of code:
digraph {
        subgraph clus
            label="ma
    IDLE->IDLE;      
    IDLE->IDLE;      
...

Beluga June 17 11h31

113 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/q6kE

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-17 at 11h31

part of code:
a->b->c
a->c
c->d->a
...

Beluga June 17 11h30

url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/q6kD

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-17 at 11h30

part of code:
a->b->c
...

Dot June 16 15h31

url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6oE

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 15h31

Dot June 16 15h29

url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6oC

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 15h29

Dot June 16 15h25

url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6oy

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 15h25

Beluga June 16 14h03

98 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6nc

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 14h03

part of code:
Empty -> Filling -> F
    { Actor Water } -
...

Beluga June 16 14h02

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6nb

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 14h02

part of code:
{
  -out[shape=box] -> 
}
...

Beluga June 16 13h31

url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6mF

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h31

part of code:
{
  out -> in
}
...

Beluga June 16 13h31

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6mE

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h31

part of code:
You -> entered → note
 see: #examples in
 left <-- menu 
...

Dot June 16 13h30

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6mD

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h30

Dot June 16 13h03

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6md

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h03

Dot June 16 13h02

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6mc

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h02

Dot June 16 13h02

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6mb

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h02

Dot June 16 13h01

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6ma

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 13h01

Dot June 16 12h52

173 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lZ

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h52

Beluga June 16 12h39

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lM

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h39

part of code:
You -> entered → note
 see: #examples in
 left <-- menu 
...

Dot June 16 12h22

107 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lw

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h22

Dot June 16 12h21

31 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lv

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h21

Dot June 16 12h20

107 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lu

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h20

Dot June 16 12h19

107 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lt

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h19

Dot June 16 12h19

31 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6ls

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h19

Dot June 16 12h17

35 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lr

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h17

Dot June 16 12h16

35 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lq

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h16

Dot June 16 12h16

35 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lp

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h16

Dot June 16 12h11

35 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6lk

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 12h11

Dot June 16 10h04

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6jd

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 10h04

Dot June 16 10h02

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6jb

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 10h02

Dot June 16 09h35

209 url: http://infchg.appspot.com/t/p6iI

graph: (Structured-View type)

posted on Jun-16 at 09h35


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About Beluga

InfChg is a SOA application relying on public cloud services. Powered by: Powered by Google App EngineGoogle App Engine, Ashitani.jp, Graphviz, Interquanta.biz, Gafol and Rico

Signed-in users have acess to receive enhanced versions of their code and executions. You can sign in above with your google account, you can also add your name as author by typing it inside your code (e.g. // author John-Nov2008). The Guest service generates a quick graph which quality could differ from ideal text or images. For registered users, a code and image enhancing is available free of charge to all users login in with their Google account. The owner of the source code retains full copyright of his/her work and this site gives the generated graph as CreativeCommons unless the user marked it as private.

Beluging, modeling in Beluga!

The Beluga language was developped under the "Change & Symmetry Model" of Information, and it is sometimes referred as IChange (info-change) code. The model inspires planning and programming by reactions (eg. H2O water), structure (eg. ice crystals), conservations (eg. sea levels), and cyclic interdependence (eg. wave propagation).

Beluga was created as an experimental coding language to solve a particular validation problem in 2002, later grew into an academic research till 2008 and is now available in the cloud thanks to Google. Developed for an industry specific need in telecom protocol-validation, the Beluga code and interpreter expanded later in the academic arena formalizing the underpinning physics-inspired model of information. From its origins as a quick-prototyping method and language, users consider now Beluga code as an easy-to-use language from generic planning to detail implementations.

Beluga Cloud & Web20 goals

The goal of this site is to allow users creating mindmaps, plans, and architecture graphs online and quickly. Users can Embed this diagram in your web-page by using the HTML or image link. Thus the Google Cloud allows seamless collaboration on graphs and ideas, via infchg.appspot.com and wave. Users needing more specific graph settings can sign-up and request the different types in the menu section.

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