Joordens, Matthew 2003, Flowchart and kernel software for modular robot, in CSITeA'03: Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Science, Software Engineering, Information Technology, e-Business and Applications, International Society for Computers and Their Applications (ISCA), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, pp. 500-504.
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Flowcharting is a common method of setting out the requirements for a piece of code. It is simple with few rules to follow. Rarely however, s it used as the code itself. This paper describes the outline of a software package that uses the flowchart as the code for a small, autonomous, modular robot, designed for use in High Schools. It also describe the code used by the robot to complement the flowchart software creating a system that can be used by students and their teachers to design, build and program a robot without previous programming experience.
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