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Multiple views of control flows as a tool to improve programmer's understanding of interactive software

Abstract : My work addresses the question of how to improve programming notations and environments used for developing interactive systems. I focus on representing the control flow in interactive programs in the hope that it will improve the programmer?s ability to understand how their programs work. My thesis is that offering programmers the ability to create and manipulate multiple ad-hoc views of the control flow is the right way to go, where current programming languages and environment each choose one particular view.
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Fabien André. Multiple views of control flows as a tool to improve programmer's understanding of interactive software. PPIG 2011, 23rd Workshop of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group, Sep 2011, York, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01022471⟩

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