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By Tim Dwyer, Helen Purchase, Aidan Delaney

This ebook constitutes the refereed court cases of the eighth foreign convention at the concept and alertness of Diagrams, Diagrams 2014, held in Melbourne, VIC, Australia in July/August 2014. The 15 revised complete papers and nine brief papers provided including 6 posters have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from forty submissions. The papers were prepared within the following topical sections: diagram structure, diagram notations, diagramming instruments, diagrams in schooling, empirical experiences and common sense and diagrams.

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Masui proposed to apply genetic programming to find a fitness function that best reflects the user’s intention [19]. The computed functions are evolved as Lisp programs and are evaluated with layout examples, which have to rated as “good” or “bad” by the user. A similar approach is used by Barbosa and Barreto [3], with the main difference that the fitness function is evolved indirectly by modifying a set of weights with an evolutionary algorithm. Additionally, they apply another evolutionary algorithm to create concrete layouts of a given graph.

Similarly we add an edge from each vertex point (v, y) of an object o1 on the vertical segment in the direction (v, y) to (x, y) where |(v, y), (x, y)| intersects the side of o1 to each vertex point (x, h) on an object o2 in the direction (x, y) to (x, h) where |(x, y), (x, h)| only intersects the object at (x, h). The edges to and from connection points with directions are created similarly but there is no requirement for intersection/non-intersection with any object. For example the directed edges from the bottom left corner (star) of C going upwards in the visibility graph of Figure 1(a) are shown in Figure 1(b) as circles with directions given by arrow.

5], though rectangularization is heuristic and so unlike our approach is not guaranteed to find an optimal route. Orthogonal connector routing has been extensively studied in computational geometry, in part because of its applications to circuit design. Lee et al. [3] provides an extensive survey of algorithms for orthogonal connector routing, while Lenguauer [4] provides an introduction to the algorithms used in circuit layout. The 1-bend visibility graph, is as far as we are aware, completely novel.

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