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The notion of icons in visual environments is limited by perceiving icons as tacit entities that have meaning only to human beings and not to the machines that display them. This perception leads to visual tools that provide very little support for the creation of related icons representing related concepts. A large number of complex icons can be generated automatically by applying simple syntactic and semantic transformations to more fundamental icons. These transformations can significantlydoi:10.1109/vl.1994.363605 dblp:conf/vl/Repenning94 fatcat:swtsdqihrjaavnxunnoznvq2em