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Title: Inductive Reasoning and Programming Visualization, an Experiment Proposal
Authors: Moreno, Andres
Myller, Niko
Sutinen, Erkki
Lin, Taiyu
Keywords: Program visualization
Inductive reasoning
User modelling
Adaptive systems
Issue Date: 2007
Citation: Moreno A., Myller N., Sutinen E., Lin T. & Kinshuk (2007). Inductive Reasoning and Programming Visualization, an Experiment Proposal. Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science, 178, 61-68.
Abstract: We lay down plans to study how Inductive Reasoning Ability (IRA) affects the analyzing and understanding of Program Visualization (PV) systems. Current PV systems do not take into account the abilities of the user but show always the same visualization independently of the changing knowledge or abilities of the student. Thus, we propose IRA as an important skill when comprehending animation, which can be used to model the students and thus to adapt the visualization for different students. As an initial step we plan to check if IRA correlates with ability to answer program related questions during program visualization. We discuss the possible benefits of using IRA modeling in adaptive PV.
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