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The elucidative programming model

This page describes a number of important concepts behind the elucidative programming model.

  • Entities

    • Named abstractions on the program side

    • Sections and subsections on the documentation side

    • A naming scheme that allows us to address the program entities from the documentation

  • Relations

    • A doc-prog relation which connects explanations with program entities.

    • A prog-prog relation which connects applied and defined name occurrences

    • A doc-doc relation which connects explanations across the hierarchical documentation structure

  • Source markers

    • Represent positions in a program which we want to address in the explanations

  • Documentation bundle

    • An aggregation of programs, documentation texts, and additional properties (e.g., processing options)