The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 16.1140 Friday, 24 June 2005
Date: Thursday, 23 Jun 2005 16:55:21 -0700
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Thomas M. Lahey
Lahey Computer Systems, Inc. announces GraphOpus(tm) (Patent Pending).
June 23, 2005, Incline Village, Nevada, U.S.A. -- Lahey Computer
Systems, Inc., today announced the initial release of GraphOpus (GO), an
interactive software program that facilitates studying and visualizing a
drama by creating, from a sequence of user-defined, weighted events, a
graph of dramatic intensity. GraphOpus helps users identify rising
action, the climax, and resolution of the conflict within a drama. It
helps users analyze dramas quantitatively, discuss them with authority,
learn and understand dramas in an organized way, and, especially, enjoy
a drama more by knowing it better.
"Drama teachers, drama students, theaterGOers, dramaturges, directors,
and actors will benefit from GraphOpus," said Thomas M. Lahey, creator
of GraphOpus. "Anyone who enjoys drama can use GO. Whether you teach,
read, study, direct, write, or act in dramas, GO can help you."
Lahey Computer Systems, Inc., has established a website,
www.graphopus.com, where a GraphOpus Viewer is available for free. The
Viewer includes Thomas M. Lahey's synopsis and graph of Shakespeare's
Macbeth. Please visit the website for more information, pricing, and an
Lahey Computer Systems is a privately held company established in 1967
by Thomas M. Lahey for the purpose of writing custom Fortran compilers.
From the company's first Fortran project to the recent release of
Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran for Microsoft's .NET Framework, Lahey Computer
Systems has established a tradition of producing the highest quality
products and offering the best technical support. Lahey Computer Systems
continues that tradition with the introduction of GraphOpus.
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