PPIG 2004 - 16th Annual Workshop

5 Apr 2004 to 7 Apr 2004
Institute of Technology, Carlow

Workshop papers

Type Title Authors PDF
A first look at novice compilation behavior using BlueJ Matthew C. Jadud [PDF]
An Examination of E-Commerce Homepage Design Guidelines by Measuring Eye Movements Ekaterini Tzanidou; Marian Petre; Shailey Minocha; Andy Grayson [PDF]
An Inter-Rater Reliability Analysis of Good's Program Summary Analysis Scheme Pauli Byckling; Marja Kuittinen; Seppo Nevalainen; Jorma Sajaniemi [PDF]
Aspects of cognitive style and programming Rebecca Mancy; Norman Reid [PDF]
Comparison of three eye tracking devices in psychology of programming research Seppo Nevalainen; Jorma Sajaniemi [PDF]
Keynote Computing education, computing education research: communities of practice Sally Fincher
CORBAview: a visualisation tool to aid in the understanding of CORBA-based distributed applications Declan Ryan; Chris Exton [PDF]
Design diagrams for multi-agent systems Simon Lynch; Keerthi Rajendran [PDF]
Dynamic rich-data capture and analysis of debugging processes Pablo Romero; Benedict du Boulay; R Cox; Rudi Lutz; Sallyann Bryant [PDF]
Evaluating algorithm animation for concurrent systems: a comprehension-based approach Connor Hughes; Jim Buckley [PDF]
Factors affecting course outcomes in introductory programming Susan Wiedenbeck; Deborah LaBelle; Vennila N.R. Kain [PDF]
Investigating patterns and task type correlations in open source mailing lists for programmer comprehension Pamela O'Shea; Chris Exton [PDF]
Learning and using formal language Anthony Cox; Maryanne Fisher; Diana Smith; Josipa Granic [PDF]
Learning object-oriented programming Jens Kaasbøll; Ola Berge; Richard Edvin Borge; Annita Fjuk; Christian Holmboe; Terje Samuelsen [PDF]
Metaphors we program by Chris R. Douce [PDF]
PicoVis: a dynamic visualisation tool for simulating a Bluetooth communication environment enhancing student understanding Timothy Doyle; Chris Exton [PDF]
Work in Progress Programming without code Catharine L. Brand [PDF]
Keynote Representation in learning computer science: black boxes in glass boxes revisited Benedict du Boulay
Towards the development of a cognitive model of programming: a software engineering proposal Des Traynor; Paul Gibson [PDF]
Understanding our students: incorporating the results of several experiments into a student learning environment Mark B. Ratcliffe; Lynda A. Thomas [PDF]
Visual attention and representation switching in Java program debugging: a study using eye movement tracking Roman Bednarik; Markku Tukiainen [PDF]
XP: Taking the psychology of programming to the eXtreme Sallyann Bryant [PDF]