Program:

Fri 1400-1515

Fernando Naharro-Berrocal, Cristobal Pajera-Flores, J. Angel
Velazquez-Iturbide:
Toward friendly, dialog-based construction of algorithm visualizations and
animations

Guido Roessling, Bernd Freisleben:
Program visualization using AnimalScript

Ramin Miraftabi:
Intelligent agents in program visualizations: a case study with Seal

Fri 1530-1645

Track 1: Visualization systems

Jukka Eskola, Jorma Tarhio:
Experimental system for dynamic visualization of flowcharts

Andreas Zeller:
Animating data structures in DDD

Minoru Terada:
Animating C programs in paper-slide-show

Track 2: Visualization in different programming paradigms

Ari Korhonen, Lauri Malmi:
Proposed design pattern for object structure visualization

Marta Patino-Martinez, Ricardo Jimenez-Peris:
Visual debugging of functional programs

Ricardo Jimenez-Peris, Marta Patino-Martinez:
Visualizing recursion and dynamic memory

Sat 1000-1115

Jay Martin Anderson, Thomas L. Naps:
A context for the assessment of algorithm visualization systems as pedagogical
tools

Ronit Ben-Bassat Levy, Mordechai Ben-Ari, Pekka A. Uronen:
An extended experiment with Jeliot 2000

Matti Lattu, Veijo Meisalo, Jorma Tarhio:
On using a visualization tool as a demonstration aid

Sat 1130-1245

Track 1: Animations in the classroom

Jari Lavonen, Veijo Meisalo, Matti Lattu:
Visual programming: basic structures made easy

Charles F. Kelemen:
Active visual scaffolding

Scott Grissom:
Seven roadblocks to using visualizations in the classroom

Track 2:

Pierluigi Crescenzi, Gaia Innocenti, Simone Pasqualetti:
Implementing and visualizing network protocols

( Cilene Aparecida Mainente, Romero Tori:
Virtual and interactive learning of programming logic with Jeliot)

Jaakko Kurhila, Erkki Sutinen
Mental programming by visual imagination

Sat 1345-1410

Rockford J. Ross: Where Do We Go from Here? The Next Generation of Active Learning Resources
 for the Web
 

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