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The Java Elucidator

The Java Elucidator has been developed by five master students

The first version is similar to the Scheme elucidator at the conceptual level

The second version supports a more structured documentation approach

  • Observations about the Java elucidator:

    • The naming scheme used to address program units from the documentation is rather complex

      • It involves a lot of details to make a doc-prog link

    • Relies on an abstraction process which populates a relational database with program and documentation information

    • The synthesis task is done dynamically by the WWW server

      • It is also possible to generate a static set of HTML pages