EVEGA: An Educational Visualization Environment for Graph Algorithms. This paper describes the package EVEGA (Educational Visualization Environment for Graph Algorithms) and possible ways of incorporating it into the teaching of algorithms. The tool is freely available, platform − and network−independent, and highly interactive. The tool is designed for three different groups of users: students, instructors, and developers. Interaction with EVEGA can be achieved through the exploration of existing default visualizations, through the direct manipulation of graphical objects, or through the implementation and visualization of new algorithms using existing classes.

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