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Elucidative Programming

Kurt NÝrmark ©
Department of Computer Science
Aalborg University
Denmark

Lecture notes from the beginning            Title page            Abstract            References from this lecture            

Plan of the SIGDOC talkPage 1SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Literate ProgrammingPage 2SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
An example of a literate programPage 3SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Literate Programming and the WEB SystemPage 4SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Problems with WEB-like literate programmingPage 5SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Elucidative ProgrammingPage 6SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The meaning of the wordPage 7SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Elucidative ProgrammingPage 8SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
An example of an elucidative programPage 9SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Strong and weak pointsPage 10SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The elucidative programming modelPage 11SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The source format of the documentationPage 12SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Tool OverviewPage 13SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The editor toolPage 14SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The elucidator toolPage 15SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The Java ElucidatorPage 16SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
The Design of the Java ElucidatorPage 17SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Tool IntegrationPage 18SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Tool philosophyPage 19SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
A broader perspective on the use of an elucidatorPage 20SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes
Status and ConclusionsPage 21SlideSlide with commentsLecture notes

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