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Web-based Interactive Visualization in an Information Retrieval Course

By Peter Brusilovsky

Abstract

Interactive visualization is a powerful educational tool. It has been used t o enhance the teaching of various subjects from computer science to chemistry t o engineering. Surprisingly enough, in computer science education, this powerful tool i s used almost exclusively in programming and data structure courses. This paper suggests that visualization could be very helpful in teaching a larger variety of computer science courses and also presents several visualization tools that have been used in the context of an information retrieval course

Year: 2002
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