The Lean Cuisine+ notation was developed by Chris Phillips (1995) as an executable semi-formal graphical
notation for describing the underlying behaviour of event-based direct manipulation interfaces. Lean
Cuisine+ builds on the original Lean Cuisine notation introduced in Apperley & Spence (1989). During the
construction of a CASE tool for the notation, as well as further research into the use of the Lean Cuisine+
notation, various changes have been made and the revised notation is presented here. The format and much of
the content of this document follows that of Appendix C of Phillips (1993) in order to easily distinguish
between the earlier and later versions of the notation.
Scogings, C. (2000), The Lean Cuisine+ notation revised, Research Letters in the Information and Mathematical Sciences, 1, 17-23