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EBNFExtended Backus Naur Form
EBNFExtended Backus-Naur Form
EBNFErweiterte Backus Naur Form (German: Extended Backus-Naur Form; programming language)
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EBNF is taught in an introductory computer science course.
The current user model for the EBNF course comprises three sub-models as introduced previously called domain, navigation, and individual model.
The topic of EBNF requires the representation of the learner's cognitive abilities to formalise and to think in abstract terms.
Figure 3 shows the coarse architecture of the EBNF course.
To prove our concept, we carried out a small test of the SmexWeb EBNF application.