Nassi-Shneiderman charts an alternative to flowcharts for design

@inproceedings{Yoder1978NassiShneidermanCA,
  title={Nassi-Shneiderman charts an alternative to flowcharts for design},
  author={Cornelia M. Yoder and Marilyn L. Schrag},
  year={1978}
}
In recent years structured programming has emerged as an advanced programming technology. During this time, many tools have been developed for facilitating the programmer's use of structured programming. One of these tools, the Structured Flowcharts developed by I. Nassi and B. Shneiderman in 1972, is proving its value in both the design phase and the coding phase of program development. Several programming groups in System Products Division, Endicott, New York, have used the Nassi-Shneiderman… CONTINUE READING