- Some very simple graph. Such graph can
be manually created in Higres within two minutes.
- Same graph in the edit mode. A vertex
was selected with the left mouse button and then the right mouse button was
pressed to display the popup menu.
- This time an edge was selected. Some
commands in the menu are the same, but there are also different ones.
- Several objects can be selected for
cut/copy/paste operations. Some operations in the popup menu can be also
applied to all selected objects.
- A VLSI model. It consists of three modules
folded into fragments. These fragments are displayed in separate windows
with different scales. One fragment (Module II) is open and its content
is also displayed inside the VLSI window. Two other fragments are
closed and shown in this window as covered rectangles.
- Another hierarchically clustered graph.
One fragment is open and shown in details, other four fragments are
- The graph of a finite automaton. The
external module shows the work of this automaton. Active states are shown
by asterisks. Two lines of text in the top left corner of the graph window
are the tail of the input string, that is not processed so far, and the
already processed part. The user can control the execution and animation
with the Process toolbar. The Process protocol window
contains textual output of the algorithm and some execution information.
- A Petri net graph. The external module
simulates the work of this Petri net. Number inside each place is the number
of tokens in that place. Number near each transition is the priority
of that transition. Priorities are needed to make this Petri net
deterministic. Asterisk shows the transition that will fire on next
- The scheme of the quick power program.
The external module executes this scheme step by step. The values of all
variables are shown in the top left corner of the graph window.
This example shows how it looks when the
execution is completed (the Stop operator is executed). The
animation is still available, because Higres caches samples.