PPIG 2019 - 30th Annual Workshop

28 Aug 2019 to 30 Aug 2019
Newcastle University

Workshop papers

Type Title Authors
Beyond a Faster Horse: the UX of a Paperless Biochemistry Laboratory Chris Martin; Kate Kilgour; Angus I. Lamond
Work in Progress Challenging users’ perceptions of decision boundaries in machine learning systems Rob Bowman; Luke Church
Work in Progress Coding to Learn and Create: New Modes of Programming for Learners Who Have Been Left Out Colin Clark; Sepideh Shahi; Simon Bates; Clayton Lewis
Cognitive Dimensions of Modular Noise Improvisation James Noble
Evaluating programming systems design Jonathan Edwards; Stephen Kell; Tomas Petricek; Luke Church
Mapping the Landscape of Literate Computing Bjarke Vognstrup Fog; Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose
Parlez-vous Java? Bonjour La Monde != Hello World: Barriers to Programming Language Acquisition for Non-Native English Speakers Brett Becker
Probes and Sensors: The Design of Feedback Loops for Usability Improvements Luke Church; Emma Soderberg
Software design as multiple contrasting dialogues Marian Petre; Andre Van Der Hoek; David Bowers
The Naturalist’s Friend: A case study and blueprint for pluralist data tools and infrastructure Antranig Basman
Toward meaningful algorithmic music-making for non-programmers Matt Bellingham; Simon Holland; Paul Mulholland
Towards a Consensus about Computational Thinking Skills: Identifying Agreed Relevant Dimensions Bostjan Bubnic
Undergraduate students’ learning approaches and learning to program Melanie Coles; Keith Phalp
Usability of Probabilistic Programming Languages Alan F. Blackwell; Luke Church
Winter is Coding: On Programming & The Freeze Response Michael Nagle