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Intelligent Aspects of AIDA Programming

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AIDA stands for animation and images to develop algorithms. It is a languge of algorithmic CyberFrames, Animation Scenes, and CyberFilms within the Filmification modeling (F-modeling) environment where pictures and moving pictures are used for the representation of features of computational algorithms and data structures. Generic pictures of the algorithmic super-characters are used to compose compound pictures defining algorithmic steps. The generic and compound pictures, as well as their series, are developed and acquired in special galleries of an open type where supportive pictures of embedded clarity annotations are also included. The acquisition is oriented to enhancing users perception, comprehension and cognition within works on developing application models, corresponding algorithms and programs. In this paper, a general scheme of the F-modeling environment on data/knowledge acquisition and examples of pictures from the galleries are presented. A new case of such acquisition related to program in pictures for the sparse matrix-vector multiplications is also presented and some technigues for creating embedded clarity annotations are explained.

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  • programming in pictures
  • Algorithmic CyberFilm
  • AIDA

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Watanobe, Y., Gu, L., Mirenkov, N. (2012). Intelligent Aspects of AIDA Programming. In: Jiang, H., Ding, W., Ali, M., Wu, X. (eds) Advanced Research in Applied Artificial Intelligence. IEA/AIE 2012. Lecture Notes in Computer Science(), vol 7345. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-31087-4_49

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