PPIG 1999 - 11th Annual Workshop

Type Title Authors PDF
A cognitive interactive dimension analysis tool C Roast; Jawed Siddiqi
Bricolage Forever! Mordechai Ben-Ari [PDF]
Work in Progress Computer science undergraduates learning logic using a proof editor: work in progress James Aczel; Pat Fung; Richard Bornat; M. Oliver; Tim O'Shea; B. Sufrin [PDF]
Desirable features of educational theorem provers - a cognitive dimensions viewpoint Gada Kadoda; Roger G. Stone; Dan Diaper [PDF]
ENCAL: a prototype computer-based learning environment for teaching calculator representations Andrew Harrop [PDF]
EPSRC and support for the psychology of programming Nigel Birch [PDF]
Evaluating Hank Trevor Collins; Pat Fung [PDF]
Focal structures in Prolog Pablo Romero [PDF]
Getting a GRiP on the comprehension of data-flow visual programming languages Judith Good; Paul Brna [PDF]
Getting rid of the single notation paradigm with multiple views Jorma Sajaniemi
Investment of attention as an analytic approach to cognitive dimensions Alan F. Blackwell; Thomas R.G. Green [PDF]
Mental representation and imagery in program comprehension Raquel Navarro-Priero; José J. Cañas [PDF]
Keynote Patterns: the architecture of software Russel Winder
Programming with a purpose: Hank, gardening and schema theory Paul Mulholland; Stuart Watt [PDF]
Representation and structure in the re-use of design rationale by novice analysts Georgios P. Iliadis [PDF]
Software Design Practice with Components : An Empirical Study Amnart Pohthong; David Budgen
Keynote Software design, reuse and comprehension: some perspectives of research Françoise Détienne
Spatial measures of software complexity Chris R. Douce; P. J. Layzell; Jim Buckley [PDF]
The need for computer scientists to receive training on people skills Tom Jackson; Ray Dawson [PDF]

PPIG Doctoral Consortium 1999

Type Title Authors PDF
Work in Progress Component relationships depend on skill in programming Jeffrey Feddon; Neil Charness [PDF]
Work in Progress Concept maps for collaboration – plans for an empirical study Eric Fehse [PDF]
Work in Progress Developing an experiment workbench to study software reuse from a cognitive perspective Fabrice Retowsky [PDF]
Work in Progress Evaluating notations for the specification of time Maria Kutar [PDF]
Work in Progress The role of comprehension in object-oriented code inspection Alastair Dunsmore [PDF]
Work in Progress Thinking parallel:the process of concurrency Yifat BenDavid Kolikant [PDF]

PPIG 1998 - 10th Annual Workshop

Type Title Authors PDF
A coding scheme to analyse activities in technical meetings Patrick D'Astous; Pierre N. Robillard; Françoise Détienne; Willemien Visser
A glimpse of expert programmers' mental imagery Marian Petre; Alan F. Blackwell
A sensorial language for an autonomous agent Eleonora Bilotta; Pietro Pantano; Valerio Talarico
Acquiring object technology concepts: the role of previous software development H. Sharp; Jacqui Griffyth
An analysis of active and latent errors during object-oriented maintenance Chris R. Douce; P. J. Layzell
Empirical studies of programmers using continuous display capturing Marja-Riita Kivi; Tapio Grönfors
HANK: A cognitive modelling language for psychology students Paul Mulholland; Stuart Watt
Modelling state in mind and machine Meurig Beynon
Keynote Programming for Children Allen Cypher
Keynote Programming for the rest of us: Lessons learned from programmers who do not want to be programmers Alexander Repenning
Programming knowledge in ITS for learning functional programming Nadezhda V. Gruzdeva
Programming paradigms and program comprehension by novices Jan Erik Moström; David A. Carr
Pruning the trees: The evaluation of notations for domain modelling Mark Simos; Alan F. Blackwell
Software reuse from an external memory: the cognitve issues of support tools Fabrice Retowsky [PDF]
Supporting the learning of standrd ML John Whittle
Syntonicity and the psychology of programming Stuart Watt
The Software Factory Mordechai Ben-Ari [PDF]
Visualization and imagery in teaching programming Janne Markkanen; Pertti Saarilouma; Erkki Sutinen; Jorma Tarhio

PPIG 1997 - 9th Annual Workshop

Type Title Authors
A Small Battle with POP Guns: Simulating a Programming Project Alan F. Blackwell; H. L. Arnold
A Survey of Empirical Studies of Prolog Programming and the Transfer Effect Babak Khazaei
Cognitive Dimensions Applied to Modifiability within an Integrated Prototyping Environment C Roast; Mehmet Ozcan
Graphical Z Specification Nam Yap; Mike Holcombe
Hidden Contexts in Object-Oriented Diagrams: Does familiarity breed contempt? Ron Newsham
Keynote How design notations warp our understanding of systems design Graham Pratten
Natural and Cultural Pre-dispositions Rick Osborn