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Graduation in the Global Education & Learning Community October, 28th 2004

Posted by turbogeek on October 28, 2004 at 1:25 AM PDT

Graduation in the Global Education & Learning Community is upon us again. This time the fare is aimed at helping teachers teach with visualization tools. In addition, we have the New2Java project for newbie Java developers. The graduated project's descriptions and links are listed below.

Rin'G - A non-intrusive tool for the study of graph algorithms

Rin'G is an environment for the study and implementation of Graph Theory algorithms that allows users to view interactive, step-by-step animations of their executions.

Users can draw graphs on a graphical user interface, load and save graphs and animations and add their own algorithms to be executed. An english version of the user manual will soon be published on this site.

The environment is being developed in Java, for desktop platforms, and uses state-of-the-art technology, such as advanced Swing programming, Design Patterns, and the java.lang.reflect API. There is a stable release available in the Documents & files section, and source-code will also be available in the near future.

If you need help on how to implement algorithms compatible with Rin'G, please refer to the Diamante documentation at the Documents & files section, or browser it online here.

This tool is being developed as an undergraduate project at the Pontif

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