Jay Martin Anderson

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Studies suggest that student interaction with the animation or visualization is essential to increase efficacy of algorithm visualizations in learning. Recent advances in the QuickTime® technology allows for a textual explanation of the steps of the algorithm, and allows for the animation to stop and pose a question to the student. With the advent of fast(More)
QuickTime® 1 movies provide students of computational geometry with a useful pedagogical tool that helps them to follow, implement and analyze algorithms. QuickTime movies can include explanatory text to support the visualiza-tion, breakpoints to stop the visualization for student interaction, and the ability to rewind, fast-forward and move step-by-step(More)
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