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Simple Displaying Method for Genealogy with Assisted Reproductive Technologies

Abstract : In this research, a new layout style, ‘Nodes of Effects and/or Way through for TYing Particular Elements (NeWTYPe)’, for displaying genealogy with assisted reproductive technologies (ART) that include a sperm/ovum donor and/or a surrogate mother using our WHIteBasE method is proposed. The NeWTYPe is a node with symbols; ‘Arrow’, ‘Pipe’, and ‘Arrow and Pipe’. Using the NeWTYPe, complex relations of the ART can be understood easily. Note that previous WHIteBasE method has perfectly been able to integrate each relation that includes a married couple and their children, and has been able to display complex relations with segment intersections and various layout styles easily, and also, our JaBBRoW method for abbreviating some jointed relations on the WHIteBasE has been proposed. As a result, displaying both regular complex genealogy and the ART can be realized simultaneously. Our improved software that can display the NeWTYPe automatically and seamlessly by only mouse operations is presented.
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Seiji Sugiyama, Daisuke yokozawa, Atsushi Ikuta, Satoshi Hiratsuka, Miyuki Shibata, et al.. Simple Displaying Method for Genealogy with Assisted Reproductive Technologies. 14th Computer Information Systems and Industrial Management (CISIM), Sep 2015, Warsaw, Poland. pp.204-215, ⟨10.1007/978-3-319-24369-6_17⟩. ⟨hal-01444466⟩



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