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Elucidative Programming

Kurt NÝrmark ©
Department of Computer Science
Aalborg University
Denmark

Title page            Abstract            References from this lecture            

Page 1IntroductionPage 25The elucidative programming model
Page 2IntroductionPage 26The source format of the documentation - Scheme
Page 3Kinds of understandingPage 27The source format of the documentation - Java
Page 4Plan of the IWPC talkPage 28Tool Overview
Page 5Plan of the COT talkPage 29The elucidator tool
Page 6Plan of the SIGDOC talkPage 30The editor tool
Page 7Overall ObservationsPage 31The browser tool
Page 8Which kind of documentationPage 32Tool Integration
Page 9Views on documentationPage 33Tool philosophy
Page 10Integrated program documentationPage 34The Scheme Elucidator
Page 11Literate ProgrammingPage 35The Java Elucidator
Page 12Literate Programming and the WEB SystemPage 36The Design of the Java Elucidator
Page 13An example of a literate programPage 37Minor features
Page 14Internal structure of a literate program (1)Page 38NWPER'2000 Questions
Page 15Internal structure of a literate program (2)Page 39A broader perspective on the use of an elucidator
Page 16The WEB tools for literate programmingPage 40Experience
Page 17Problems with WEB-like literate programmingPage 41Educational experience
Page 18Elucidative ProgrammingPage 42Industrial experience
Page 19The meaning of the wordPage 43Industrial quotes
Page 20Elucidative ProgrammingPage 44Status and Conclusions
Page 21RequirementsPage 45Status and Conclusions
Page 22An example of an elucidative programPage 46Further Information
Page 23An example of an elucidative programPage 47Web resources about EP
Page 24Examples of elucidative programs

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