PPIG 1998 Programme

Mon, 5 January 1998

Software maintenance, development and reuse

  1. An analysis of active and latent errors during object-oriented maintenance C. R. Douce & P. J. Layzell UMIST, UK
  2. Software reuse from an external memory: the cognitve issues of support tools Fabrice Retowsky Sussex University, UK
  3. A coding scheme to analyse activities in technical meetings Patrick D'Astous & Pierre N. Robillard École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada Françoise Détienne & Willemien Visser INRIA, France

Keynote

  1. Programming for Children Allen Cypher Stagecast Software Inc, USA

Tue, 6 January 1998

Computer programming and program comprehension

  1. Empirical studies of programmers using continuous display capturing Marja-Riita Kivi & Tapio Grönfors University of Kuopio, Finland
  2. Pruning the trees: The evaluation of notations for domain modelling Mark Simos Synquiry Technologies, USA Alan F. Blackwell MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, UK
  3. The Software Factory Mordechai Ben-Ari Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel

Imagery and syntonicity

  1. Visualization and imagery in teaching programming Janne Markkanen, Pertti Saarilouma, Erkki Sutinen & Jorma Tarhio University of Helsinki, Finland
  2. A glimpse of expert programmers' mental imagery Marian Petre The Open University, UK Alan F. Blackwell MRC Applied Psychology Unit, Cambridge, UK
  3. Syntonicity and the psychology of programming Stuart Watt The Open University, UK

Keynote

  1. Programming for the rest of us: Lessons learned from programmers who do not want to be programmers Alexander Repenning University of Colorado, USA

Agents and the future

  1. A sensorial language for an autonomous agent Elenora Bilotta, Pietro Pantano & Valerio Talarico University of Calabria, Italy

Wed, 7 January 1998

Helping novices

  1. Supporting the learning of standrd ML John Whittle University of Edinburgh, UK
  2. HANK: A cognitive modelling language for psychology students Paul Mulholland & Stuart Watt The Open University, UK
  3. Programming knowledge in ITS for learning functional programming Nadezhda V. Gruzdeva Moscow State University, Russia

Programming paradigms and transfer

  1. Programming paradigms and program comprehension by novices Jan Erik Moström & David Carr University of Lulea, Sweden
  2. Modelling state in mind and machine Meurig Beynon Warwick University, UK
  3. Acquiring object technology concepts: the role of previous software development Helen Sharp & Jacqui Griffyth The Open University, UK

Discussion plus PPIG business.

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