© Sergey Andreyev 2020
S. AndreyevUser-Driven Applications for Research and Sciencehttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-6488-1_3

3. Complex Objects

Sergey Andreyev1  
Moscow, Russia

While discussing the movability of objects in the previous chapter, we made an assumption that their movements could be discussed without paying attention to anything else. However, often, in addition to individual movements, objects are involved in related and/or synchronous movements. How does this affect the algorithm of movability, and how does this affect the design of user-driven applications? These questions are discussed in this chapter. Throughout this discussion we make a big step in the design of complex plotting areas, which often consist of the plots associated ...

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