In this paper we describe our own experience in preparing animated presentations of computer science concepts with Leonardo Web, a Java-based animation system that we have previously developed. Our discussion is aimed at highlighting how different visualization tools and techniques turned out to be useful in realizing effective Web-based teaching material. Our experience culminated in the preparation of an on-line repository of animated illustrations for a textbook on algorithms and data structures edited by McGraw-Hill in 2004.

Portraying algorithms with Leonardo Web / Bonifaci, V.; Demetrescu, C.; Finocchi, I.; Italiano, G; Laura, L.. - 3807:(2005), pp. 73-83.

Portraying algorithms with Leonardo Web

Finocchi I.;Italiano G;
2005

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In this paper we describe our own experience in preparing animated presentations of computer science concepts with Leonardo Web, a Java-based animation system that we have previously developed. Our discussion is aimed at highlighting how different visualization tools and techniques turned out to be useful in realizing effective Web-based teaching material. Our experience culminated in the preparation of an on-line repository of animated illustrations for a textbook on algorithms and data structures edited by McGraw-Hill in 2004.
3-540-30018-X
visualization, animation
Portraying algorithms with Leonardo Web / Bonifaci, V.; Demetrescu, C.; Finocchi, I.; Italiano, G; Laura, L.. - 3807:(2005), pp. 73-83.
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