Concurrent Algorithms and Data Types Animation over the Internet

@article{Cattaneo1998ConcurrentAA,
  title={Concurrent Algorithms and Data Types Animation over the Internet},
  author={Giuseppe Cattaneo and Umberto Ferraro Petrillo and Giuseppe F. Italiano and Vittorio Scarano},
  journal={J. Vis. Lang. Comput.},
  year={1998},
  volume={13},
  pages={391-419}
}
We present a distributed algorithm animation system called Catai (for Concurrent Algorithms and data Types Animation over the Internet). Among the features of this system are a low eeort required for animating algorithmic code, and the possibility of embedding animation clients in standard Java-enabled Web browsers. We believe this to be a good compromise between two diierent viewpoints: the programmer's perspective, which typically includes the goal of animating eeciently and unobtrusively a… CONTINUE READING

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