• Margaret-Anne Storey
  • Derek Rayside
  • Marin Litoiu
  • Casey Best
  • Rob Lintern


Storey, M. A. D. (2011, June). An interactive visualization environment for exploring Java programs: SHriMP views revisited. In Program Comprehension (ICPC), 2011 IEEE 19th International Conference on (pp. xviii-xviii). IEEE.

Rayside, D., Litoiu, M., Storey, M. A., Best, C., & Lintern, R. (2003). Visualizing flow diagrams in websphere studio using shrimp views. Information Systems Frontiers, 5(2), 161-174.

Rayside, D., Litoiu, M., Storey, M. A., & Lintern, R. (2003). Visualizing Flow Diagrams in Websphere Studio Using SHriMP Views (Visualizing Flow Diagrams). Journal of Research and Innovation, volume 4.

Storey, M. A., Best, C., Michaud, J., Rayside, D., Litoiu, M., & Musen, M. (2002, April). SHriMP views: an interactive environment for information visualization and navigation. In CHI'02 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 520-521). ACM.

Rayside, D., Litoiu, M., Storey, M. A., & Best, C. (2001, November). Integrating SHriMP with the IBM websphere studio workbench. In Proceedings of the 2001 conference of the Centre for Advanced Studies on Collaborative research (p. 14). IBM Press.

Rayside, D., Litoiu, M., Storey, M. A., & Best, C. (2001). Visualizing Flow Diagrams with SHriMP.

Storey, M. A., Best, C., & Michand, J. (2001). Shrimp views: An interactive environment for exploring java programs. In Program Comprehension, 2001. IWPC 2001. Proceedings. 9th International Workshop on (pp. 111-112). IEEE.

The SHriMP (Simple Hierarchical Multo-Perspective) visualization tool provides a flexible and customizable environment for exploring software programs. It supports the embedding of multiple views, both graphical and textual, within a nested graph display of a program's software architecture.

SHriMP was developed with support from NSERC, IBM, and DND.