Using a Learner- and Teacher-Friendly Environment for Turing Machine Programming and Testing
The paper describes a learning and assessment environment for Turing Machine programming. The interpreter allows to explore different phases of running a particular test in different working modes: step by step, until a change on the tape, until termination, take a step back, etc. The program enables to display the results of testing with a set of tests together with error messages, numbers of steps, etc. We try to describe small details of the program that are important for learner and for instructor.
KeywordsTuring Machine Automated testing Assessment
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