Since winter semester 2003 the members of the Chair of Software Engineering take a novel approach to teaching introductory programming for their first semester computer science students. The approach (called the Inverted Curriculum) heavily relies on a software system - Traffic - that has been specially developed for this purpose. Traffic is a library that models life in a city. So far it provides facilities to simulate the public transportation system of a city, buildings, passengers and 3d/2d visualization of the city. The aim of this project is to enhance the performance, modeling and visualization capabilities of Traffic.
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Semesterarbeit SS 2005
Resolving Name-Clashes in Eiffel
The goal of this project is to analyze the current naming situation in Eiffel and the problems which can occur due to the lack of namespaces. A tool should be provided which resolves these conflicts.