How to represent a visual specification

G. Engels, J. Rekers, M. Andries, in: Visual Language Theory, Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg, 1997, pp. 241–255.

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Engels G, Rekers J, Andries M. How to represent a visual specification. In: Visual Language Theory. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer; 1997:241-255.
Engels, G., Rekers, J., & Andries, M. (1997). How to represent a visual specification. In Visual Language Theory (pp. 241–255). Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer.
@inbook{Engels_Rekers_Andries_1997, place={Berlin/Heidelberg}, title={How to represent a visual specification}, booktitle={Visual Language Theory}, publisher={Springer}, author={Engels, Gregor and Rekers, Jan and Andries, Marc}, year={1997}, pages={241–255} }
Engels, Gregor, Jan Rekers, and Marc Andries. “How to Represent a Visual Specification.” In Visual Language Theory, 241–55. Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 1997.
G. Engels, J. Rekers, and M. Andries, “How to represent a visual specification,” in Visual Language Theory, Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer, 1997, pp. 241–255.
Engels, Gregor, et al. “How to Represent a Visual Specification.” Visual Language Theory, Springer, 1997, pp. 241–55.


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