KIELER Layout Algorithms
Java class library for automatic graph layout. Contains algorithms from the KLay project, which use the KGraph data structure as interface. The algorithms can be built into any Java program in order to calculate nice two-dimensional layouts of graph-like structures. Ptolemy is an example of such a Java program where KLay has been integrated for automatic layout of actor diagrams.
KIELER software is made available under the Eclipse Public License, except for some integrated third-party components. KIELER can be used independently from OGDF, Libavoid, and Ptolemy, but depends on the Google Guava library.
- The OGDF library is a collection of powerful layout algorithms.
GNU General Public License
- The Adaptagrams project of the Monash University.
GNU Lesser General Public License
- The Google Code libraries provide utility classes used throughout KIELER.
- Ptolemy II is used as a simulation engine and for importing Ptolemy models.
Berkeley Software Distribution License