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The following example in detail:
(Except for cases where signed-in authors chose to keep their work confidential)
Find the Syntax-highlighted
Beluga code below, as posted on Mar-26 at 13h55. With particles, reactions
(:), and comments
a -- b -- c -- d
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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
(:), and comments
(#), as in the examples below (and in left menu):
Your description, title, or tags for this code, optional:
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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!
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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