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Software Visualization [electronic resource] :International Seminar Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, May 20–25, 2001 Revised Papers /

Contributor(s): Diehl, Stephan [editor.] | SpringerLink (Online service).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science: 2269Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2002.Description: VIII, 403 p. online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540458753.Subject(s): Computer science | Software engineering | Computer programming | Algorithms | Computer science -- Mathematics | Database management | Computer Science | Software Engineering/Programming and Operating Systems | Software Engineering | Programming Techniques | Algorithm Analysis and Problem Complexity | Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science | Database ManagementOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Algorithm Animation -- 1 Algorithm Animation -- Specifying Algorithm Visualizations: Interesting Events or State Mapping? -- Perspectives on Program Animation with Jeliot -- Animating Algorithms Live and Post Mortem -- Visualising Objects: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Aliasing, and Ownership -- Algorithm Animation Using Data Flow Tracing -- GeoWin A Generic Tool for Interactive Visualization of Geometric Algorithms -- Algorithm Animation Systems for Constrained Domains -- Algorithm Animation for Teaching -- Software Engineering -- 2 Software Engineering -- Software Visualization for Reverse Engineering -- Visualizing the Execution of Java Programs -- JaVis: A UML-Based Visualization and Debugging Environment for Concurrent Java Programs -- JAVAVIS: Automatic Program Visualization with Object and Sequence Diagrams Using the Java Debug Interface (JDI) -- Visualizing Memory Graphs -- Software Visualization and Education -- 3 Software Visualization and Education -- Structure and Constraints in Interactive Exploratory Algorithm Learning -- A Language and System for Constructing and Presenting Low Fidelity Algorithm Visualizations -- Towards a Taxonomy of Network Protocol Visualization Tools -- Understanding Algorithms by Means of Visualized Path Testing -- Hypertextbooks: Animated, Active Learning, Comprehensive Teaching and Learning Resources for the Web1 -- Graphs in Software Visualization -- 4 Graphs in Software Visualization -- On the Visualization of Java Programs -- Graph Drawing Algorithm Engineering with AGD -- An Overview of the GXL Graph Exchange Language -- Call Graph and Control Flow Graph Visualization for Developers of Embedded Applications -- Future Perspectives -- 5 Future Perspectives -- Visualization for the Mind’s Eye -- The rube Framework for Personalized 3-D Software Visualization -- Algorithm Explanation: Visualizing Abstract States and Invariants -- Visualisation and Debugging of Decentralised Information Ecosystems.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: This book presents the state of the art in software visualization and thus attempts to establish it as a field on its own. Based on a seminar held at Dagstuhl Castle in May 2001, the book offers topical sections on: - algorithm animation - software visualization and software engineering - software visualization and education - graphs in software visualization - and perspectives of software visualization. Each section starts with an introduction surveying previous and current work and providing extensive bibliographies.
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Algorithm Animation -- 1 Algorithm Animation -- Specifying Algorithm Visualizations: Interesting Events or State Mapping? -- Perspectives on Program Animation with Jeliot -- Animating Algorithms Live and Post Mortem -- Visualising Objects: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Aliasing, and Ownership -- Algorithm Animation Using Data Flow Tracing -- GeoWin A Generic Tool for Interactive Visualization of Geometric Algorithms -- Algorithm Animation Systems for Constrained Domains -- Algorithm Animation for Teaching -- Software Engineering -- 2 Software Engineering -- Software Visualization for Reverse Engineering -- Visualizing the Execution of Java Programs -- JaVis: A UML-Based Visualization and Debugging Environment for Concurrent Java Programs -- JAVAVIS: Automatic Program Visualization with Object and Sequence Diagrams Using the Java Debug Interface (JDI) -- Visualizing Memory Graphs -- Software Visualization and Education -- 3 Software Visualization and Education -- Structure and Constraints in Interactive Exploratory Algorithm Learning -- A Language and System for Constructing and Presenting Low Fidelity Algorithm Visualizations -- Towards a Taxonomy of Network Protocol Visualization Tools -- Understanding Algorithms by Means of Visualized Path Testing -- Hypertextbooks: Animated, Active Learning, Comprehensive Teaching and Learning Resources for the Web1 -- Graphs in Software Visualization -- 4 Graphs in Software Visualization -- On the Visualization of Java Programs -- Graph Drawing Algorithm Engineering with AGD -- An Overview of the GXL Graph Exchange Language -- Call Graph and Control Flow Graph Visualization for Developers of Embedded Applications -- Future Perspectives -- 5 Future Perspectives -- Visualization for the Mind’s Eye -- The rube Framework for Personalized 3-D Software Visualization -- Algorithm Explanation: Visualizing Abstract States and Invariants -- Visualisation and Debugging of Decentralised Information Ecosystems.

This book presents the state of the art in software visualization and thus attempts to establish it as a field on its own. Based on a seminar held at Dagstuhl Castle in May 2001, the book offers topical sections on: - algorithm animation - software visualization and software engineering - software visualization and education - graphs in software visualization - and perspectives of software visualization. Each section starts with an introduction surveying previous and current work and providing extensive bibliographies.

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