GraphSynth is the first publicly available approach to creating graph grammars.

With GraphSynth, one can design, implement, test, and automatically invoke grammar rules that transform a graph from an initial seed into
a creative design.

Using Microsoft Visual Studio .NET, the researchers at UT Austin have developed the tool which is written in C# and which stores rules and graphs in a common XML framework.

The following pages describe both theory implementation in GraphSynth. They are laid out in a logical order but one may want to start with Download and Examples.

To contact us:
Matthew Campbell
Department of Mechanical Engineering
1 University Station
C2200
Austin, TX 78712-0292
Phone: 512-232-9122
Fax: 512-471-6356
E-mail: mc1@mail.utexas.edu



The authors of GraphSynth would like to thank the National Science Foundation for supporting this work under grant award number DMI-044880.
Screenshot of GraphSynth
Screenshot of GraphSynth

Last edited Feb 5, 2014 at 4:53 AM by camanion, version 3