USA Bruce J. Klein, Cary Laxer, Frank H. Young (Eds.):
Proceedings of the 24th SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1993, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA, February 18-19, 1993.
ACM 1993, ISBN 0-89791-565-8
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by Michael Ley (email@example.com)
- Lowell A. Carmony, Robert L. Holliday:
An example from artificial intelligence for CS1.
- Martin Ruckert, Richard Halpern:
- John Bergin, Stuart Greenfield:
Teaching parameter passing by example using thunks in C and C++.
- Spiros Mancoridis, Richard C. Holt, David A. Penny:
A "curriculum-cycle" environment for teaching programming.
- Norman Neff:
A logic programming environment for teaching mathematical concepts of computer science.
- Bruce R. Maxim:
Programming languages-comparatively speaking.
- Rodney S. Tosten:
Using a model railroad system in an artificial intelligence and operating systems course.
- James L. Noyes:
Teaching AI: a breadth-first approach.
- Michele R. LaRusch:
Teaching artificial intelligence as the year 2000 approaches.
- Carl Erickson:
USENET as a teaching tool.
- Vivek Khera, Owen L. Astrachan, David Kotz:
The internet programming contest: a report and philosophy.
- Angel Syang, Nell B. Dale:
Computerized adaptive testing in computer science: assessing student programming abilities.
- Thomas B. Hilburn:
A top-down approach to teaching an introductory computer science course.
- Thomas K. Moore:
Scientific investigation in a breadth-first approach to introductory computer science.
- Ann E. Fleury:
Evaluating discrete mathematics exercises.
- Dale A. Schoenefeld, Roger L. Wainwright:
Integration of discrete mathematics topics into the secondary mathematics curriculum using Mathematica: a summer institute for high school teachers.
- Susan Bridges:
Graphics assignments in discrete mathematics.
- David D. Langan:
A multi-purpose dataflow simulator.
- Jacek Olszewski:
- Janet Hartman, Dean Sanders:
Data parallel programming: a transition from serial to parallel computing.
- Martin Osborne, James L. Johnson:
An only undergraduate course in object-oriented technology.
- Martin L. Barrett:
A hypertext module for teaching user interface design.
- Evans J. Adams:
A project-intensive software design course.
- Eric S. Roberts:
Using C in CS1: evaluating the Stanford experience.
- Richard E. Pattis:
The "procedures early" approach in CS 1: a heresy.
- V. Arnie Dyck:
Emphasizing the process in delivering CS-1.
- Linda A. Curl, Brent J. Hussin:
Introductory computing: a new approach.
- Jeffrey L. Popyack, Nira Herrmann:
Mail merge as a first programming language.
- David G. Kay:
An honors computer science seminar for undergraduate non-majors.
- B. Lewis Barnett III:
An Ethernet performance simulator for undergraduate networking.
- Robert A. Pilgrim:
Design and construction of the Very Simple Computer (VSC): a laboratory project for an undergraduate computer architecture course.
- Donald J. Ewing:
Microcomputer systems I: a computer science and engineering capstone course.
- Judith D. Wilson, Nathan Hoskin, John T. Nosek:
The benefits of collaboration for student programmers.
- Ian H. Witten, Timothy C. Bell:
Getting research students started: a tale of two courses.
- Richard Louis Weis, Judith L. Gersting:
A course on professionalism in the undergraduate CS curriculum.
- Angela Goh, Peng-Chor Leong:
Laboratories and other educational experiences based on Curricula '91.
- Bruce Cowley, Greg W. Scragg, Doug Baldwin:
Gateway laboratories: integrated, interactive learning modules.
- Joseph E. Lang, Barbara A. Smith:
Scheduled supervised laboratories in CS1: a comparative analysis.
- Leon E. Winslow:
Problem specification with action machines.
- Hossein Saiedian:
Towards more formalism in software engineering education.
- Alan Fekete:
Reasoning about programs: integrating verification and analysis of algorithms into the introductory programming course.
- Russell C. Kick, F. Stuart Wells:
Women in computer science.
- G. Joy Teague, Valerie A. Clarke:
Attracting women to tertiary computing courses.
- Conrad Mueller, Sheila Rock, Ian Sanders:
An improved first year course taking into account third world students.
- Richard Rybacki, Kay A. Robbins, Steven Robbins:
Ethercom: a studyof audio processes and synchronization.
- Joel C. Adams:
The design and implementation of a Unix classroom.
- Chi Fai Ho, Christopher L. Morgan, István Simon:
An advanced classroom computing environment and its applications.
- Matthew C. Clarke:
Possible models diagrams: a visual alternative to truth tables.
- Robin Trahan, Susan H. Rodger:
Simulation and visualization tools for teaching parallel merge sort.
- Margaret Christensen, Michael Giamo, Trevor H. Jones:
Support for teaching the design and implementation of multimedia/hypermedia systems.
- Richard A. Brown:
A software testbed for advanced projects in real-time and distributed computing.
- Edward Amoroso:
A graduate course in computing security technology.
- Sub Ramakrishnan, Ann-Marie Lancaster:
Operating Systems Projects: linking theory, practice and use.
- David B. Levine:
Dealing with different levels of abstraction in a data structures course.
- Richard J. Reid:
The object oriented paradigm in CS 1.
- Rick Decker, Stuart Hirshfield:
Top-down teaching: object-oriented programming in CS 1.
- Harriet G. Taylor, Katharine M. Paine:
An interdisciplinary approach to the development of writing skills in computer science students.
- Gary McDonald, Merry McDonald:
Developing oral communication skills of computer science undergraduates.
- Sarah L. Sullivan:
A software project management course role-play-team-project approach emphasizing written and oral communication skills.
- Arthur M. Riehl, Daniel P. Friedman, Brian Harvey, Simon M. Kaplan, Richard M. Salter, George Springer:
Using SCHEME in the introductory computer science curriculum (abstract).
- Teri Perl, Dennis Bybee, Carol E. Edwards, Coco Conn:
ACM task force report on K-12 education and technology (abstract).
- Susan Marie Harrington, Charles Kelemen, Rachelle S. Heller, Sandoval Melim, Ellen Spertus:
Creating an environment for the success of women students in undergraduate, co-ed computer science programs (abstract).
- Barry L. Kurtz, Nell B. Dale, Jerry Engel, Jim Miller, Keith Barker, Harriet G. Taylor:
Evaluating effectiveness in computer science education.
- Vicki L. Almstrum, Anita Borg, J. Paul Myers Jr.:
Improving mentoring for women in computer science fields (abstract).
- Dalton Hunkins, Steven K. Andrianoff, Rosalee Nerheim-Wolfe, Thomas L. Naps:
Computer graphics across the CS curriculum (abstract).
- Elizabeth S. Adams, Rachelle S. Heller, Elliot Soloway, Barbee Mynatt Teasley:
Here comes the multimedia generation! Ready? or not? (abstract).
- Angela B. Shiflet, Scott R. Cannon, Terry J. Frederick, Janet Hartman, Marsha Meredith, Chris Nevison, Dean Sanders:
Approaches to teaching parallel processing on the undergraduate level (abstract).
- Suzanne E. Gladfelter, William C. Harris, Karl J. Klee:
Successful associate degree programs in the computing sciences.
- Paul M. Leidig, Mary J. Granger, Asad Khailany, Joan Pierson, Dean Sanders:
Information systems curriculum (abstract): where we should be going?
- Rhys Price Jones, Doug Cooper, Daniel P. Friedman, Richard C. Holt, Peter Robinson:
Issues in the choice of programming language for CS 1 (abstract).
- Karl J. Klee, John Impagliazzo:
Final report (abstract): curricula for two-year degree programs in computer sciences, and computing and engineering technology.
- Antonio M. Lopez Jr., Gerald L. Engel, Herbert L. Dershem, Santa Wiltz:
Research experience for undergraduates (abstract).
- Thomas J. Scott, Richard B. Voss, Cherri M. Pancake:
Teaching an ethics component to computer science majors (abstract).
- Vicki L. Almstrum, Debra Burton, Cheng-Chih Wu:
Research methods in computer science education.
- Judith L. Gersting, Frank H. Young, Eric Tinsley, Helen Hays, Anthony Schaeffer:
Bringing the industry view of software engineering to the classroom.
- Michael J. Clancy, Richard E. Pattis, Mark Stehlik:
Approaches to programming assignments in CS 1 and CS 2.
- Susan M. Merritt, Charles J. Bruen, J. Philip East, Darlene Grantham, Charles Rice, Viera K. Proulx, Gerry Segal, Carol E. Wolf:
ACM model high school computer science curriculum (abstract).
- Richard H. Austing, Therese Jones:
Final report: curricula for two-year college task force subgroup: computing for other disciplines.
- Richard G. Epstein:
The power of OOPS (abstract): heterogeneous data structures in C++.