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Proceedings of the 43rd ACM technical symposium on Computer science education, SIGCSE 2012, Raleigh, NC, USA, February 29 - March 3, 2012

Laurie A. Smith King, David R. Musicant, Tracy Camp, Paul T. Tymann ,

Teil der Symposium on Computer Science Education (SIGCSE)

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  • The teacher's job is to design learning experiences; not primarily to impart information (Seite 1 - 2) (Frederick P. Brooks Jr.) (2012)    
  • Metaphors and analogies for teaching algorithms (Seite 15 - 20) (Michal Forisek, Monika Steinová) (2012)    
  • Seven big ideas in robotics, and how to teach them (Seite 39 - 44) (David S. Touretzky) (2012)    
  • Building upon and enriching grade four mathematics standards with programming curriculum (Seite 57 - 62) (Colleen M. Lewis, Niral Shah) (2012)    
  • How a language-based GUI generator can influence the teaching of object-oriented programming (Seite 69 - 74) (Prasun Dewan) (2012)    
  • A stratified view of programming language parallelism for undergraduate CS education (Seite 81 - 82) (Richard A. Brown, Joel C. Adams, David P. Bunde, Jens Mache, Elizabeth Shoop) (2012)    
  • DeMystifying computing with magic (Seite 83 - 84) (Daniel D. Garcia, David Ginat) (2012)    
  • Community-based projects for computing majors - opportunities, challenges and best practices (Seite 85 - 86) (Jeffrey A. Stone, Bonnie K. MacKellar, Elinor M. Madigan, Janice L. Pearce) (2012)    
  • Programming, PWNed - using digital game development to enhance learners' competency and self-efficacy in a high school computing science course (Seite 93 - 98) (Katie Seaborn, Magy Seif El-Nasr, David Milam, Darren Yung) (2012)    
  • A learning objective focused methodology for the design and evaluation of game-based tutors (Seite 99 - 104) (Michael John Eagle, Tiffany Barnes) (2012)    
  • Course guides - a model for bringing professionals into the classroom (Seite 105 - 110) (Thomas Gibbons) (2012)    
  • Towards a better capstone experience (Seite 111 - 116) (Sriram Mohan, Stephen Chenoweth, Shawn A. Bohner) (2012)    
  • An open co-op model for global enterprise technology education - integrating the internship and course work (Seite 117 - 122) (Jeffrey Saltz, Jae Oh) (2012)    
  • Integrating video components in CS1 (Seite 123 - 128) (Tamar Vilner, Ela Zur, Ronit Sagi) (2012)    
  • Metaview - a tool for learning about viewing in 3D (Seite 135 - 140) (James R. Miller) (2012)    
  • Over-confidence and confusion in using bloom for programming fundamentals assessment (Seite 147 - 152) (Richard Gluga, Judy Kay, , Sabina Kleitman, Tim Lever) (2012)    
  • Transforming the CS classroom with studio-based learning (Seite 165 - 166) (N. Hari Narayanan, Christopher D. Hundhausen, T. Dean Hendrix, Martha E. Crosby) (2012)    
  • Making turing machines accessible to blind students (Seite 167 - 172) (Pierluigi Crescenzi, Leonardo Rossi, Gianluca Apollaro) (2012)    
  • Toward an emergent theory of broadening participation in computer science education (Seite 173 - 178) (David C. Webb, , Kyu Han Koh) (2012)    
  • Exploring formal learning groups and their impact on recruitment of women in undergraduate CS (Seite 179 - 184) (Julie Krause, Irene Polycarpou, Keith Hellman) (2012)    
  • Perspectives on active learning and collaboration - JavaWIDE in the classroom (Seite 185 - 190) (Jam Jenkins, Evelyn Brannock, Thomas Cooper, Sonal Dekhane, Mark S. Hall, Michael Nguyen) (2012)    
  • Bringing the breadth of computer science to middle schools (Seite 203 - 208) (Elizabeth Carter, Glenn D. Blank, Jennifer Walz) (2012)    
  • The fairy performance assessment - measuring computational thinking in middle school (Seite 215 - 220) (Linda L. Werner, Jill Denner, Shannon Campe, Damon Chizuru Kawamoto) (2012)    
  • Following a thread - knitting patterns and program tracing (Seite 233 - 238) (Michelle Craig, Sarah Petersen, Andrew Petersen) (2012)    
  • Teaching mathematical reasoning across the curriculum (Seite 241 - 242) (Joan Krone, Doug Baldwin, Jeffrey C. Carver, Joseph E. Hollingsworth, Amruth N. Kumar, Murali Sitaraman) (2012)    
  • Teaching HS computer science as if the rest of the world existed - rationale for a HS Pre-APCS curriculum of interdisciplinary central-problem-based units that model real-world applications (Seite 243 - 244) (Scott R. Portnoff) (2012)    
  • Creative coding and visual portfolios for CS1 (Seite 247 - 252) (Ira Greenberg 0001, Deepak Kumar 0002, Dianna Xu) (2012)    
  • Participation patterns in student teams (Seite 265 - 270) (Vreda Pieterse, Lisa Thompson, Linda Marshall, Dina M. Venter) (2012)    
  • Application of non-programming focused treisman-style workshops in introductory computer science (Seite 271 - 276) (Alan C. Jamieson, Lindsay H. Jamieson, Angela C. Johnson) (2012)    
  • Collaboration across the curriculum - a disciplined approach todeveloping team skills (Seite 277 - 282) (Ben Coleman, Matthew Lang) (2012)    
  • App inventor for android - report from a summer camp (Seite 283 - 288) (Krishnendu Roy) (2012)    
  • Effective and sustainable computing summer camps (Seite 289 - 294) (Barbara Ericson, Tom McKlin) (2012)    
  • A summer science experience with computer graphics for secondary students (Seite 295 - 300) (Timothy A. Davis 0002) (2012)    
  • Integrating UX with scrum in an undergraduate software development project (Seite 301 - 306) (Chase Felker, Radka Slamova, Janet Davis) (2012)    
  • Building an open, large-scale research data repository of initial programming student behaviour (Seite 323 - 324) (, Ian Utting) (2012)    
  • Assigning student programming pairs based on their mental model consistency - an initial investigation (Seite 325 - 330) (Alex Radermacher, Gursimran S. Walia, Richard Rummelt) (2012)    
  • Is there service in computing service learning? (Seite 337 - 342) (Randy W. Connolly) (2012)    
  • Educating the educator through computation - what GIS can do for computer science (Seite 355 - 360) (John Barr, Ali Erkan) (2012)    
  • An experience report - on the use of multimedia pre-instruction and just-in-time teaching in a CS1 course (Seite 361 - 366) (Paul Carter) (2012)    
  • Using JITT in a database course (Seite 367 - 372) (Alexandra Martinez) (2012)    
  • Process oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) for computer science (Seite 373 - 378) (Clifton Kussmaul) (2012)    
  • Integrating communication skills into the computer science curriculum (Seite 379 - 384) (Katrina Falkner, Nickolas J. G. Falkner) (2012)    
  • Teaching outside the text (Seite 399 - 400) (Renee Ciezki, Robert Glen Martin, Barbara Ericson, Lester L. Wainwright) (2012)    
  • Social sensitivity and classroom team projects - an empirical investigation (Seite 403 - 408) (Lisa Bender, Gursimran S. Walia, Krishna Kambhampaty, Kendall E. Nygard, Travis E. Nygard) (2012)    
  • Taming complexity in large-scale system projects (Seite 409 - 414) (Shimon Schocken) (2012)    
  • An approach for evaluating FOSS projects for student participation (Seite 415 - 420) (Heidi J. C. Ellis, Michelle Purcell, Gregory W. Hislop) (2012)    
  • Integrating computing into middle school disciplines through projects (Seite 421 - 426) (Susan H. Rodger, Melissa Dalis, Chitra Gadwal, Jenna Hayes, Peggy Li, Francine Wolfe, Wenhui Zhang, Liz Liang) (2012)    
  • The writers' workshop for youth programmers - digital storytelling with scratch in middle school classrooms (Seite 433 - 438) (Quinn Burke, ) (2012)    
  • A software craftsman's approach to data structures (Seite 439 - 444) (Matti Luukkainen, Arto Vihavainen, Thomas Vikberg) (2012)    
  • Jutge.org - an educational programming judge (Seite 445 - 450) (Jordi Petit, Omer Giménez, Salvador Roura) (2012)    
  • Integrating formal verification in an online judge for e-Learning logic circuit design (Seite 451 - 456) (Javier de San Pedro, Josep Carmona, Jordi Cortadella, Jordi Petit) (2012)    
  • Computing for STEM majors - enhancing non CS majors' computing skills (Seite 457 - 462) (Joel C. Adams, Randall J. Pruim) (2012)    
  • Operations research - broadening computer science in a liberal arts college (Seite 463 - 468) (Barbara M. Anthony) (2012)    
  • Nifty assignments (Seite 475 - 476) (Nick Parlante, Julie Zelenski, Daniel Zingaro, Kevin Wayne, Dave O'Hallaron, Joshua T. Guerin, Stephen Davies, Zachary Kurmas, Keen Debby) (2012)    
  • Update on the CS principles project (Seite 477 - 478) (Owen L. Astrachan, Amy Briggs, Janice E. Cuny, Lien Diaz, Chris Stephenson) (2012)    
  • Implementing evidence-based practices makes a difference in female undergraduate enrollments (Seite 479 - 480) (Wendy M. DuBow, Elizabeth Litzler, Maureen Biggers, Mike Erlinger) (2012)    
  • Reflections on outreach programs in CS classes - learning objectives for "unplugged" activities (Seite 487 - 492) (Renate Thies, Jan Vahrenhold) (2012)    
  • Who AM I? - understanding high school computer science teachers' professional identity (Seite 499 - 504) (Lijun Ni, ) (2012)    
  • Introducing parallelism and concurrency in the data structures course (Seite 505 - 510) (Dan Grossman, Ruth E. Anderson) (2012)    
  • Exploring concurrency using the parallel analysis tool (Seite 511 - 516) (Brian W. Rague) (2012)    
  • Virtual clusters for parallel and distributed education (Seite 517 - 522) (Elizabeth Shoop, Richard A. Brown, Eric Biggers, Malcolm Kane, Devry Lin, Maura Warner) (2012)    
  • Cross teaching parallelism and ray tracing - a project-based approach to teaching applied parallel computing (Seite 523 - 528) (Chris Lupo, Zoë J. Wood, Christine Victorino) (2012)    
  • Cabana - a cross-platform mobile development system (Seite 529 - 534) (Paul E. Dickson) (2012)    
  • Using mobile phone programming to teach Java and advanced programming to computer scientists (Seite 541 - 546) (Derek Riley) (2012)    
  • RoboLIFT - engaging CS2 students with testable, automatically evaluated android applications (Seite 547 - 552) (Anthony Allevato, Stephen H. Edwards) (2012)    
  • Highway data and map visualizations for educational use (Seite 553 - 558) (James D. Teresco) (2012)    
  • Experiments with algorithm visualization tool development (Seite 559 - 564) (Michael C. Orsega, Bradley T. Vander Zanden, Christopher H. Skinner) (2012)    
  • CSTutor - a pen-based tutor for data structure visualization (Seite 565 - 570) (Sarah Buchanan, Brandon Ochs, Joseph J. LaViola Jr.) (2012)    
  • Rediscovering the passion, beauty, joy, and awe - making computing fun again, part 5 (Seite 577 - 578) (Daniel D. Garcia, Barbara Ericson, Joanna Goode, Colleen M. Lewis) (2012)    
  • Promoting student-centered learning with POGIL (Seite 579 - 580) (Helen H. Hu, Clifton Kussmaul) (2012)    
  • Teaching secure coding - report from summit on education in secure software (Seite 581 - 582) (Blair Taylor, Matt Bishop, Diana Burley, Steve Cooper, Ronald C. Dodge, Robert Seacord) (2012)    
  • Starting with Ubicomp - using the senseboard to introduce computing (Seite 583 - 588) (Mike Richards, Marian Petre, Arosha K. Bandara) (2012)    
  • Reshaping the image of computer science in only fifteen minutes (of class) a week (Seite 595 - 600) (Sara Sprenkle, Shannon Duvall) (2012)    
  • Experiences teaching MapReduce in the cloud (Seite 601 - 606) (Ariel Rabkin, Charles Reiss, Randy H. Katz, David A. Patterson) (2012)    
  • Developing microlabs using Google web toolkit (Seite 607 - 612) (Barry L. Kurtz, James B. Fenwick Jr., Philip Meznar) (2012)    
  • Open educational resources in computer science teaching (Seite 619 - 624) (Christo Dichev, Darina Dicheva) (2012)    
  • A multilevel, multidimensional undergraduate course and lab experience on embedded multimedia systems (Seite 631 - 636) (Dimitrios Charalampidis, James Haralambides) (2012)    
  • Effective closed labs in early CS courses - lessons from eight terms of action research (Seite 637 - 642) (Elizabeth Ann Patitsas, Steven A. Wolfman) (2012)    
  • Through the looking glass - talking about the world with visualization (Seite 655 - 656) (, ) (2012)    
  • C++11 in parallel (abstract only) (Seite 656 - 656) (Joseph Hummel) (2012)    
  • The absolute beginner's guide to JUnit in the classroom (abstract only) (Seite 656 - 656) (Stephen H. Edwards, Manuel A. Pérez-Quiñones) (2012)    
  • Using social networking to improve student learning through classroom salon (abstract only) (Seite 656 - 656) (John Barr, Ananda Gunawardena) (2012)    
  • Killing 3 birds with one course - service learning, professional writing, and project management (abstract only) (Seite 657 - 657) (Joseph Mertz, Scott McElfresh, Steven K. Andrianoff, Jennifer Dempsey) (2012)    
  • Introduction to using FPGAs in the computer science curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 658 - 658) (William M. Jones, D. Brian Larkins) (2012)    
  • ROS for educators - teaching with the robot operating system and Microsoft Kinect (abstract only) (Seite 658 - 658) (Michael Ferguson, Julian Mason, Sharon Gower Small, Zachary Dodds) (2012)    
  • A taste of linked data and the semantic web (abstract only) (Seite 658 - 658) (David Hyland-Wood, Marsha Zaidman) (2012)    
  • Helping students become better communicators (abstract only) (Seite 658 - 658) (Janet E. Burge, Paul V. Anderson, Gerald C. Gannod, Michael Carter, Deanna Dannels, Margaret Heil, Mladen A. Vouk) (2012)    
  • Teaching with greenfoot and the Kinect - a novel way to engage beginners (abstract only) (Seite 659 - 659) (, Neil Brown) (2012)    
  • Intellectual property law basics for computer science instructors (abstract only) (Seite 659 - 659) (David G. Kay) (2012)    
  • Peer instruction in the CS classroom - a hands-on introduction (abstract only) (Seite 660 - 660) (Daniel Zingaro, Cynthia Bailey Lee, John Glick, Leo Porter, Beth Simon) (2012)    
  • AP CS principles and the beauty and joy of computing curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 660 - 660) (Daniel D. Garcia, Brian Harvey, Tiffany Barnes, Luke Segars, Eugene Lemon, Sean Morris, Josh Paley) (2012)    
  • Incorporating software architecture in the computer science curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 660 - 660) (Martin L. Barrett, Steve Chenoweth, Larry Jones, Amine Chigani, Ayse Basar Bener, Mei-Huei Tang) (2012)    
  • CS outreach with app inventor (abstract only) (Seite 661 - 661) (Michèlle Friend, Jeff Gray) (2012)    
  • ARTSI robotics roadshow-in-a-box - turnkey solution for providing robotics workshops to middle and high school students (abstract only) (Seite 661 - 661) (Monica Anderson, David S. Touretzky, Chutima Boonthum-Denecke) (2012)    
  • Program by design - from animations to data structures (abstract only) (Seite 661 - 661) (Kathi Fisler, Stephen Bloch) (2012)    
  • Circuits and microcontrollers in computer organization laboratories (abstract only) (Seite 662 - 662) (Marge M. Coahran, Janet Davis) (2012)    
  • Enhancing student interest by extending graphics applications (abstract only) (Seite 662 - 662) (Samuel A. Rebelsky) (2012)    
  • Snap! - (build your own blocks) (abstract only) (Seite 662 - 662) (Brian Harvey, Daniel D. Garcia, Josh Paley, Luke Segars) (2012)    
  • Engage your students by teaching programming using only mobile devices with TouchDevelop (abstract only) (Seite 663 - 663) (Nikolai Tillmann, Michal Moskal, Jonathan de Halleux, Manuel Fähndrich, Tao Xie 0001) (2012)    
  • A hands-on comparison of iOS vs. android (abstract only) (Seite 663 - 663) (Michael Rogers, Mark Goadrich) (2012)    
  • Puzzle-based learning - introducing critical thinking and problem solving for computer science and engineering (abstract only) (Seite 663 - 663) (Raja Sooriamurthi, Nickolas J. G. Falkner, Zbigniew Michalewicz) (2012)    
  • CS in parallel - modules for adding parallel computing to CS courses, from CS2 to theory of computation (abstract only) (Seite 663 - 663) (Richard A. Brown, Elizabeth Shoop) (2012)    
  • Using reflection to enhance feedback for automated grading (abstract only) (Seite 664 - 664) (Carl Alphonce, Joseph LeGasse) (2012)    
  • An integrated introduction to network protocols and cryptography to high school students (abstract only) (Seite 664 - 664) (William M. Mongan) (2012)    
  • A PC based robot for learning computer vision and advanced programming (abstract only) (Seite 664 - 664) (Xuzhou Chen, Nadimpalli V. R. Mahadev) (2012)    
  • Do faculty recognize the difference between computer science and information technology? - a survey of liberal arts faculty (abstract only) (Seite 665 - 666) (Hannah Fidoten, Jaime Spacco) (2012)    
  • Interdisciplinary travel courses in computer science (abstract only) (Seite 666 - 666) (Paige H. Meeker) (2012)    
  • User type clustering to refine search and browse for educational resources (abstract only) (Seite 666 - 666) (Monika Akbar, Clifford A. Shaffer) (2012)    
  • A team software development course featuring iPad programming (abstract only) (Seite 667 - 667) (Robert E. England) (2012)    
  • All-in-one virtualized laboratory (abstract only) (Seite 668 - 668) (Shamsi Moussavi, Giuseppe Sena) (2012)    
  • Maximizing content learning for deaf students and English as a second language students (abstract only) (Seite 668 - 668) (Raja S. Kushalnagar, Joseph S. Stanislow) (2012)    
  • Using FPGA systems across the computer science curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 668 - 668) (D. Brian Larkins, H. Erin Rickard, William M. Jones) (2012)    
  • Explaining the dynamic structure and behavior of Java programs using a visual debugger (abstract only) (Seite 668 - 668) (Demian Lessa, Bharat Jayaraman) (2012)    
  • Computing in context - video scenarios for recognizing and utilizing basic computing constructs (abstract only) (Seite 669 - 669) (Madalene Spezialetti) (2012)    
  • Recursive thinkers and doers in CS1 (abstract only) (Seite 669 - 669) (Joseph A. Cottam, Suzanne Menzel) (2012)    
  • RoboLIFT - simple GUI-based unit testing of student-written android applications (abstract only) (Seite 670 - 670) (Anthony Allevato, Stephen H. Edwards) (2012)    
  • Active learning in computer science education using meta-cognition (abstract only) (Seite 671 - 671) (Murali Mani, Quamrul Mazumder) (2012)    
  • Dynamic programming across the CS curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 671 - 671) (Yana Kortsarts, Vasily Kolchenko) (2012)    
  • Teaching computer science and programming concepts using LEGO NXT and TETRIX robotics, and computer science unplugged activities (abstract only) (Seite 671 - 671) (Daniela Marghitu, Taha Ben Brahim, John Weaver) (2012)    
  • Developing a gaming concentration in the computer science curriculum at an HBCU (abstract only) (Seite 672 - 672) (Jinghua Zhang, Elva J. Jones) (2012)    
  • Implementing a communication-intensive core course in a CS curriculum - a survey of methods (abstract only) (Seite 672 - 672) (Jean H. French) (2012)    
  • Proposed revisions to the social and professional knowledge area for CS2013 (abstract only) (Seite 673 - 673) (Carol Spradling, Florence Appel, Elizabeth K. Hawthorne) (2012)    
  • The reflective mentor - charting undergraduates' responses to computer science service learning (abstract only) (Seite 673 - 673) (Quinn Burke, , Jean Griffin, Rita Manco Powell, Michele Grab, Susan B. Davidson, Joseph S. Sun) (2012)    
  • Hands-on labs for a mini-course on mobile application development (abstract only) (Seite 674 - 674) (Qusay H. Mahmoud, Nicholas Mair, Mohamed F. Younis, Sunny Dhillon) (2012)    
  • Teaching open source - involving students in free and open source software (FOSS) project communities (abstract only) (Seite 676 - 676) (Sebastian Dziallas, Heidi J. C. Ellis, Mel Chua, Steven Huss-Lederman, Karl R. Wurst) (2012)    
  • CS unplugged, outreach and CS kinesthetic activities (abstract only) (Seite 676 - 676) (, Lynn Lambert, Daniela Marghitu) (2012)    
  • AP CS principles and the 'beauty and joy of computing' curriculum (abstract only) (Seite 677 - 677) (Brian Harvey, Tiffany Barnes, Luke Segars) (2012)    
  • Teaching track faculty in CS (abstract only) (Seite 677 - 677) (Daniel D. Garcia, Jody Paul, Mark Sherriff) (2012)    
  • Teaching with Alice (abstract only) (Seite 678 - 678) (Don Slater, Wanda Dann, Steve Cooper) (2012)    
  • Identifying effective pedagogical practices for commenting computer source code (abstract only) (Seite 678 - 678) (Peter DePasquale, Michael E. Locasto, Lisa C. Kaczmarczyk) (2012)    
  • Computer science - small department initiative (abstract only) (Seite 678 - 678) (James Jerkofsky, Cathy Bareiss) (2012)    
  • Student ICTD research and service learning abroad (abstract only) (Seite 678 - 678) (Joseph Mertz, Ralph Morelli, Ruth E. Anderson) (2012)    
  • Imaging college educators (abstract only) (Seite 679 - 679) (Jerod J. Weinman, Ellen Walker) (2012)    
  • Let's talk social media (abstract only) (Seite 679 - 679) (Kimberly D. Voll) (2012)    
  • Enriching computing instruction with studio-based learning (abstract only) (Seite 680 - 680) (N. Hari Narayanan, Martha E. Crosby, T. Dean Hendrix, Christopher D. Hundhausen) (2012)    
  • Using social networks to engage computer science students (abstract only) (Seite 681 - 681) (Semmy Purewal, Owen L. Astrachan, David Brown, Jeffrey Forbes) (2012)    
  • A multimedia and liberal arts approach to a first course in programming and its crossover potential for computer science and the arts (abstract only) (Seite 681 - 681) (Trish Cornez, Richard Cornez) (2012)    
  • Digital humanities - reaching out to the other culture (abstract only) (Seite 681 - 681) (Robert E. Beck) (2012)    
  • Interdisciplinary database collaborations (abstract only) (Seite 682 - 682) (Suzanne W. Dietrich, Don Goelman) (2012)    
  • Motivating CS1/2 students with the android platform (abstract only) (Seite 682 - 682) (John Lewis, Anthony Allevato, Stephen H. Edwards) (2012)    
  • Have class, will travel (abstract only) (Seite 683 - 683) (Paige H. Meeker) (2012)    
  • Engaging the community with mobile app projects (abstract only) (Seite 683 - 683) (William H. Turkett Jr., Paúl Pauca, Joel K. Hollingsworth) (2012)    
  • Making mathematical reasoning fun - tool-assisted, collaborative techniques (abstract only) (Seite 683 - 683) (Jason O. Hallstrom, Joe Hollingsworth, Joan Krone, Murali Sitaraman) (2012)    
  • Web development with python and django (abstract only) (Seite 686 - 686) (Ariel Ortiz) (2012)    
  • Debuggems to assess student learning in e-textiles (abstract only) (Seite 699 - 699) (Deborah A. Fields, Kristin A. Searle, , Hannah S. Min) (2012)    
  • Sharing incremental approaches for adding parallelism to CS curricula (abstract only) (Seite 747 - 747) (Richard A. Brown, Elizabeth Shoop, Joel C. Adams, David P. Bunde, Jens Mache, Paul F. Steinberg, Matthew Wolf, Michael Wrinn) (2012)    
  • Google summer of code and google code-in BoF (abstract only) (Seite 771 - 771) (Carol Smith) (2012)    

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LokalAuf dem WWW The teacher's job is to design learning experiences; not primarily to impart information: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 371 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Metaphors and analogies for teaching algorithms: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 479 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Seven big ideas in robotics, and how to teach them: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 536 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Building upon and enriching grade four mathematics standards with programming curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 574 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW How a language-based GUI generator can influence the teaching of object-oriented programming: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 768 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A stratified view of programming language parallelism for undergraduate CS education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 387 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW DeMystifying computing with magic: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 411 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Community-based projects for computing majors: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 413 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Programming, PWNed: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1487 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A learning objective focused methodology for the design and evaluation of game-based tutors: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1017 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Course guides: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 420 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Towards a better capstone experience: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 451 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An open co-op model for global enterprise technology education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 379 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating video components in CS1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 733 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Metaview: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 2784 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Over-confidence and confusion in using bloom for programming fundamentals assessment: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 485 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Transforming the CS classroom with studio-based learning: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 405 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Making turing machines accessible to blind students: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 539 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Toward an emergent theory of broadening participation in computer science education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1216 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Exploring formal learning groups and their impact on recruitment of women in undergraduate CS: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 496 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Perspectives on active learning and collaboration: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 422 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Bringing the breadth of computer science to middle schools: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1382 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The fairy performance assessment: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1446 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Following a thread: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 498 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching mathematical reasoning across the curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 376 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching HS computer science as if the rest of the world existed: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 410 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Creative coding and visual portfolios for CS1: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 634 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Participation patterns in student teams: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 561 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Application of non-programming focused treisman-style workshops in introductory computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 764 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Collaboration across the curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 356 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW App inventor for android: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 362 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Effective and sustainable computing summer camps: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 797 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A summer science experience with computer graphics for secondary students: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1061 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating UX with scrum in an undergraduate software development project: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 429 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Building an open, large-scale research data repository of initial programming student behaviour: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 379 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Assigning student programming pairs based on their mental model consistency: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 842 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Is there service in computing service learning?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 426 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Educating the educator through computation: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 590 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An experience report: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 381 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using JITT in a database course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 420 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Process oriented guided inquiry learning (POGIL) for computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1066 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating communication skills into the computer science curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 492 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching outside the text: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 373 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Social sensitivity and classroom team projects: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1079 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Taming complexity in large-scale system projects: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 439 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An approach for evaluating FOSS projects for student participation: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 436 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating computing into middle school disciplines through projects: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 870 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The writers' workshop for youth programmers: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 902 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A software craftsman's approach to data structures: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 377 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Jutge.org: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 461 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Integrating formal verification in an online judge for e-Learning logic circuit design: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 370 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computing for STEM majors: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 489 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Operations research: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 354 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Nifty assignments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 406 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Update on the CS principles project: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 380 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Implementing evidence-based practices makes a difference in female undergraduate enrollments: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 408 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Reflections on outreach programs in CS classes: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 649 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Who AM I?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 346 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Introducing parallelism and concurrency in the data structures course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 488 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Exploring concurrency using the parallel analysis tool: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 836 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Virtual clusters for parallel and distributed education: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 502 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cross teaching parallelism and ray tracing: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 758 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Cabana: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 642 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using mobile phone programming to teach Java and advanced programming to computer scientists: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1437 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW RoboLIFT: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 635 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Highway data and map visualizations for educational use: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 3259 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Experiments with algorithm visualization tool development: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 978 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CSTutor: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 739 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Rediscovering the passion, beauty, joy, and awe: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 425 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Promoting student-centered learning with POGIL: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 482 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching secure coding: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 379 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Starting with Ubicomp: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 627 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Reshaping the image of computer science in only fifteen minutes (of class) a week: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 437 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Experiences teaching MapReduce in the cloud: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 441 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Developing microlabs using Google web toolkit: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 651 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Open educational resources in computer science teaching: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 761 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A multilevel, multidimensional undergraduate course and lab experience on embedded multimedia systems: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 1396 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Effective closed labs in early CS courses: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 634 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Through the looking glass: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 372 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using social networking to improve student learning through classroom salon (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW C++11 in parallel (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The absolute beginner's guide to JUnit in the classroom (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 55 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A hands-on comparison of iOS vs. android (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library ( WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Killing 3 birds with one course: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Introduction to using FPGAs in the computer science curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Helping students become better communicators (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW ROS for educators: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 55 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A taste of linked data and the semantic web (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching with greenfoot and the Kinect: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Intellectual property law basics for computer science instructors (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW AP CS principles and the beauty and joy of computing curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Peer instruction in the CS classroom: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Incorporating software architecture in the computer science curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW ARTSI robotics roadshow-in-a-box: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Program by design: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CS outreach with app inventor (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Making mathematical reasoning fun: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Snap!: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Circuits and microcontrollers in computer organization laboratories (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Web development with python and django (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Enhancing student interest by extending graphics applications (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library ( WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Engage your students by teaching programming using only mobile devices with TouchDevelop (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 56 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CS in parallel: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 58 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Puzzle-based learning: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using reflection to enhance feedback for automated grading (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW An integrated introduction to network protocols and cryptography to high school students (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A PC based robot for learning computer vision and advanced programming (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Debuggems to assess student learning in e-textiles (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Do faculty recognize the difference between computer science and information technology?: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Interdisciplinary travel courses in computer science (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 49 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW User type clustering to refine search and browse for educational resources (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A team software development course featuring iPad programming (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Explaining the dynamic structure and behavior of Java programs using a visual debugger (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using FPGA systems across the computer science curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Maximizing content learning for deaf students and English as a second language students (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW All-in-one virtualized laboratory (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Recursive thinkers and doers in CS1 (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computing in context: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW RoboLIFT: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Active learning in computer science education using meta-cognition (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Dynamic programming across the CS curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching computer science and programming concepts using LEGO NXT and TETRIX robotics, and computer science unplugged activities (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Developing a gaming concentration in the computer science curriculum at an HBCU (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Implementing a communication-intensive core course in a CS curriculum: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW The reflective mentor: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Proposed revisions to the social and professional knowledge area for CS2013 (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Hands-on labs for a mini-course on mobile application development (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW CS unplugged, outreach and CS kinesthetic activities (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching open source: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 54 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW AP CS principles and the 'beauty and joy of computing' curriculum (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching track faculty in CS (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Sharing incremental approaches for adding parallelism to CS curricula (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 60 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Computer science: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Teaching with Alice (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Identifying effective pedagogical practices for commenting computer source code (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Student ICTD research and service learning abroad (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Imaging college educators (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Let's talk social media (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Enriching computing instruction with studio-based learning (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 53 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Using social networks to engage computer science students (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 52 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Digital humanities: Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW A multimedia and liberal arts approach to a first course in programming and its crossover potential for computer science and the arts (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Motivating CS1/2 students with the android platform (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Interdisciplinary database collaborations (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Google summer of code and google code-in BoF (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 50 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Engaging the community with mobile app projects (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 51 kByte; WWW: Link OK )
LokalAuf dem WWW Have class, will travel (abstract only): Fulltext at the ACM Digital Library (lokal: PDF, 49 kByte; WWW: Link OK )

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