Major Bibliography Expansion: Over 500 papers!

The AlgoViz Portal's annotated bibliography now contains over 500 papers! This expansion was made possible by the generous assistance of Guido Rößling, Susan Rodger, Chris Hundhausen, and Ville Karavirta and his colleagues at Aalto University. Each contributed references or BibTeX files for processing. Our bibliography entries now contains much of the existing literature on Algorithm Visualization, plus many additional references on Software Visualization and related topics. Many of the entries contain reviews or summaries on the paper (which is why we call this an "annotated" bibliography).

You can help our effort in a number of ways. You can contribute reviews for papers in the bibliography. You can suggest new papers to add (sending us the DOI or a BibTeX entry would be most appreciated). You can also point out errors in our entry, whether it be incomplete or incorrect information, or simple formatting errors. Please contact us if you are willing to help.

Re: Major Bibliography Expansion: Over 500 papers!

Dear ALGOVIZ, It’s so great to know that Algoviz can reach over 500 papers, those papers are really helping me a lot and I’m still looking for more to refine my research proposal. Can you recommend recent journals or papers that talk about obstacles or problems to fully taking advantage of visualization tools, whether PV or AV, except of time and effort required. Thanks.

Re: Major Bibliography Expansion: Over 500 papers!

I'm not quite sure what you are after. Is http://algoviz.org/biblio/urquiza-fuentes-2009 the sort of thing that you are looking for?

Re: Major Bibliography Expansion: Over 500 papers!

Thank you for your recommendation, I just finished read it, but still curious, * Why those tools (with vary of implementation technique and level of engagement) have not been adopted broadly (based on algoviz survey result) and have not been proved significantly yet to ease the program comprehension problem? * Why did they separate between AV and PV, in my opinion we need an integrated tool that can support us on learning programing in high level and low level, and also enable us to cross-referencing among the levels? I really appreciated for the answers or clues of my curiosity… ( or my stupidity?? :D ) many thanks.

Re: Major Bibliography Expansion: Over 500 papers!

Good questions, but time to move this discussion to the forums!