Towards Tool-Independent Interaction Support

@inproceedings{Rling2004TowardsTI,
  title={Towards Tool-Independent Interaction Support},
  author={Guido R{\"o}\ssling and Gina H{\"a}ussge},
  year={2004}
}
Interaction may be one key aspect for achieving improved learning outcomes using algorithm visualization software. Only a limited set of tools actually supports interaction, and the types of interaction supported are usually incompatible. In this paper, we present a tool-independent interaction support component that is easy to incorporate into existing systems. 

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