WinCOGENT

David Sutton

This talk will describe the implementation of COGENT for Windows which will shortly be available in a beta test version. WinCOGENT differs from Unix COGENT in a number of ways. For example it stores each model in a single file, allows the user to explore the effects of modifications to a model without saving those edits to disk, and has a user interface which follows Windows conventions. I shall endeavour to make my talk short enough to leave time for a general discussion of the merits and demerits of the new implementation as seen from the user's perspective.


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