Dynamic and Parameterised Animation of Computer Science Topics
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Ausserhofer, A. (2000). Dynamic and Parameterised Animation of Computer Science Topics. In Proceedings of International Conference on Mathematics / Science Education and Technology 2000 (pp. 33-38). AACE.
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International Conference on Mathematics / Science Education and Technology (MSET) 2000
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The purpose of this paper is to introduce an animation module CSAnim as extension to the S.E.A.L. web-based education system [Ausserhofer, 1999a]. The main application of CSAnim is the generation and the display ofa dynamically processed graphical visualisation of computer-science topics based upon user-input. The introduction will set the focus to the problem in general whereas the problem-analysis will show, why animation techniques - which have found to be a successful extension to traditional teaching methods - are not suÆcient enough. A new approach is presented as solution to this and the integration into an existing education system is shown. The paper ends with future aspects and possible applications.
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