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Generalized Pseudo Algorithms Simulation Technique (PAST) for E-Learning to Develop Data Structures Algorithms Simulation Software

  • Director, IIIT Kottayam, Kerala, India Institute of National Importance


The Data Structure is difficult core subject for teaching as well as learning. Many algorithm simulation tools are available. Mostly they are based on Java and unable to adopt the recent multimedia technology. Thus they can not satisfy the needs of elearning products. On the top of that, in the e-learning the teacher is not directly involved in teaching process. Under such situation it is challenging job to invent the e-learning teaching method for data structure algorithms. To overcome this problem the Pseudo algorithm simulation technique (PAST) has been developed. It teaches the algorithms by dividing it into small meaningful units, through animated examples of day to day life, pseudo algorithm simula-tions for that unit and audio explanations. For doing the simulations it uses the multimedia technology effectively and eases the teaching-learning process. The PAST involves the students actively and thus helps to enhance the memory reten-tion process.
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... To understand the logic of algorithms, the student must know the effect of algorithm on drawing object in a step by step manner. The pseudo simulation of the algorithm is the better technique teaching these algorithms [17]. In the first phase the pseudo simulation technique has been developed with the help of MS PowerPoint as shown in figure 1 & 2. This simulation shows every step of the algorithm and its effect diagrammatically. ...
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The Computer Graphics is one of the core & difficult subjects of Computer discipline. To teach the working of the complicated algorithms using blackboard is a difficult task because it involves complicated data structures as well as constraints from computer hardware. On the top of this, three dimensional concepts can not be explained with the help of traditional black board teaching techniques. To develop the e-learning product for such subject is a challenging task. This paper describes innovative e-learning methods, tools and techniques to develop effective e-learning product for this subject.
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