Mon 5 Nov 2018 11:00 - 11:30 at Newbury - Morning

This paper presents a framework that has been developed to support code-level tracing of the algorithm visualization capabilities of the Map-based Educational Tools for Algorithm Learning (METAL) project. METAL provides graph data based on real-world highway systems and tools to visualize that data and algorithms which operate on it. Data is shown plotted on maps and in text, color-coded to indicate the progress of the algorithm. The new code-level tracing framework allows specific algorithms to be implemented as a series of small actions, most of which correspond to lines of code that can be highlighted as they are executed. This allows a student to see how specific lines of code affect the data structures and variables as the algorithm makes progress toward a solution.

Mon 5 Nov
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10:30 - 12:00: SPLASH-E - Morning at Newbury
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Christoph KirschUniversity of Salzburg
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Jim Teresco, Michael Dagostino, Abdul SamadSiena College, USA, Eric SauerSiena College, USA
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Matteo CiminiUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell
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