2002-06-14th

PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop

PPIG 2002 Programme

Programming Tools

  1. A Comparison of Empirical Study and Cognitive Dimensions Analysis in the Evaluation of UML Diagrams Maria Kutar, Carol Britton & Trevor Barker University of Hertfordshire, UK
  2. A Study of Usability of Z Formalism Based on Cognitive Dimensions Emma Triffitt & Babak Khazaei Sheffield-Hallam University, UK

Coffee Break

PPIG 2002 Invited Speakers

14th Annual Workshop
18-21 June 2002
Brunel University, London, UK

PPIG 2002 Report #2 & Photos

14th Annual Workshop
18-21 April 2002
Brunel University, London, UK

By Paola Kathuria & Frank Wales

The sunny lush campus of Brunel University, near London, was the venue of the 2002 PPIG workshop.

HASTI: A Lightweight Framework for Cognitive Reengineering Analysis

A. Walenstein, HASTI: A Lightweight Framework for Cognitive Reengineering Analysis, presented at the 06/2002, PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop, 2002.
PPIG Workshop: 
Keywords_ER: 
teaching design
B. features of software solutions
A. cognitive theories
theories of design

What is Programming?

A. F. Blackwell, What is Programming?, presented at the 06/2002, PPIG 2002 - 14th Annual Workshop, 2002.
PPIG Workshop: 
Keywords_ER: 
end-users
attention investment
B. definition of programming

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