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Implementing TMQL for teaching: The straightforward approach with emphasis on understandability and modularity

Poster, was published by Benjamin Bock and Sven Krosse at 2009-11-13

This poster speaks for a user-centric documentation of the current TMQL draft.

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Here are a lot of voices claiming, the current TMQL draft is too hard to understand and to implement. We argue that it is not the content but the presentation thereof. A clear user-centric documentation with lots of examples and a straightforward, modulary, publicly available implementation in a mainstream programming language will greatly help the understanding and acceptance of the current efforts. Additionally, this modulary implementation can show possible ways to modularize the standard itself.

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