The Jeliot server has been moved to the
University of Joensuu. The current address is
If you have any questions,
The algorithm animation environment Jeliot allows a web user to visualize
his own algorithms, written in
Java(tm), over the Internet. Jeliot is based on
self-animating data types: the user selects the visualized data objects
of the source code, and Jeliot produces
the animation automatically. This animation can then be viewed
through the browser of the user.
To use Jeliot one has to have a browser that supports Java. Some
knowledge of Java is useful when writing an algorithm, but basic
programming skills in C should be enough.
The conference paper
gives an introduction to Jeliot.
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