18 Visualising, interacting and experimenting with lattices using a diagrammatic representation

  • Sedig K
  • Morey J
  • Mercer R
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Abstract

This chapter presents the K-lattice machine (KLM), a tool that allows users to visualise, interact, and experiment with K lattices using a diagrammatic representation. K lattices are a subset of 2D lattices that can be represented as state-transition diagrams. KLM allows users to explore the relationship between K lattices and their state-transition diagram representations to gain insight into the structure of these lattices. © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Authors

  • K. Sedig

  • J. Morey

  • R. Mercer

  • W. W. Wilson

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