Al-Sukairi, Abdallah and , Khalid Abdallah COMPUTER AIDED PROGRAMMING EDUCATION (CAPE). NCC1997.
Computer Aided Education (CAE) system is a computer software that aids in the education of a student. Computer-based educational systems are valuable tools to improve learning. It is thus worth endowing programming environments with educational capabilities to help students learn programming.. Program development process has three distinct phases: understand the problem, design the solution, and code the program. Much of the creativity in programming is concentrated in designing the solution rather than implementing it in a selected language. We have developed a model, called Computer Aided Programming Education (CAPE), that supports the program development process. CAPE consists of problem definition and algorithm construction modules. Algorithm construction module is currently supported with a facility to map an algorithm(s) into FORTRAN or Pascal code. CAPE motivates students to study the algorithmic problems operationally and provides a mechanism for rapid prototyping in various programming languages.
|Creators:||Al-Sukairi, Abdallah and , Khalid Abdallah|
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