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Requirements for an Elucidative Programming Environment

Kurt NÝrmark ©
Department of Computer Science
Aalborg University
Denmark

These slides form a trail imposed on a larger collection of slides and lecture notes                        Trail title page            Trail abstract

Plan of the IWPC talkPage 1Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 4
Literate ProgrammingPage 2Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 6
Literate Programming and the WEB SystemPage 3Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 7
An example of a literate programPage 4Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 8
The WEB tools for literate programmingPage 5Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 9
Problems with WEB-like literate programmingPage 6Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 10
Elucidative ProgrammingPage 7Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 11
Elucidative ProgrammingPage 8Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 13
An example of an elucidative programPage 9Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 15
RequirementsPage 10Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 14
The elucidative programming modelPage 11Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 16
Tool OverviewPage 12Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 18
The elucidator toolPage 13Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 19
The editor toolPage 14Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 20
The source format of the documentationPage 15Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 17
Tool IntegrationPage 16Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 22
The Scheme ElucidatorPage 17Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 24
The Java ElucidatorPage 18Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 25
A broader perspective on the use of an elucidatorPage 19Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 28
Status and ConclusionsPage 20Trail slideElucidative Programming, page 29

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