PPIG 1999 - 11th Annual Workshop

5 Jan 1999 to 7 Jan 1999
Computer-Based Learning Unit, University of Leeds

Workshop papers

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]