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M. Bellingham, Holland, S., and Mulholland, P., Choosers: The design and evaluation of a visual algorithmic music composition language for non-programmers, presented at the 09/2018, PPIG 2018 - 29th Annual Conference, 2019.
P. Warren, Collins, T., and Mulholland, P., The cognitive difficulties of Description Logics, presented at the 07/2013, PPIG WIP Workshop 2013, 2013.
M. Bellingham, Holland, S., and Mulholland, P., A cognitive dimensions analysis of interaction design for algorithmic composition software, presented at the 06/2014, PPIG 2014 - 25th Annual Workshop, 2014.
P. Mulholland, The Effect of Graphical and Textual Visualisation on the Comprehension of Prolog Execution by Novices: An Empirical Analysis, presented at the 01/1994, PPIG 1994 - 6th Annual Workshop, 1994.
P. Mulholland and Watt, S., HANK: A cognitive modelling language for psychology students, presented at the 01/1998, PPIG 1998 - 10th Annual Workshop, 1998.
J. Domingue and Mulholland, P., The Internet Software Visualization Laboratory, presented at the 01/1997, PPIG 1997 - 9th Annual Workshop, 1997.
P. Mulholland and Watt, S., Programming with a purpose: Hank, gardening and schema theory, presented at the 01/1999, PPIG 1999 - 11th Annual Workshop, 1999.
P. Mulholland, Prolog without tears: an evaluation of the effectiveness of a non Byrd Box model for students, presented at the 01/1995, PPIG 1995 - 7th Annual Workshop, 1995.
M. Bellingham, Holland, S., and Mulholland, P., Toward meaningful algorithmic music-making for non-programmers, presented at the 08/2019, PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Conference, 2019.