USA Nell B. Dale (Ed.):
Proceedings of the 22nd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1991, San Antonio, Texas, USA, March 7-8, 1991.
ACM 1991, ISBN 0-89791-377-9
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by Michael Ley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- August E. Sapega:
Introducing undergraduate engineering students to laboratory automation using high-level application programs.
- James Robergé, Candice Suriano:
Embedding laboratories within the computer science curriculum.
- Edward C. Epp:
An experimental computer science laboratory.
- William A. Shay:
A software project for a data communication course.
- Paul T. Tymann:
VNET: a tool for teaching computer networking to undergraduates.
- Chris McDonald:
A network specification language and execution environment for undergraduate teaching.
- Rockford J. Ross:
Experience with the DYNAMOD program animator.
- Susan R. Wallace, F. Layne Wallace:
Two neural network programming assignments using arrays.
- Elizabeth E. Katz, Hayden S. Porter:
HyperTalk as an overture to CS1.
- Jane M. Fritz:
HyperCard applications for teaching information systems.
- Mary J. Granger, Roger Alan Pick:
The impact of computer-aided software engineering on student performance.
- Mark Temte:
Let's begin introducing the object-oriented paradigm.
- David Arnow:
The Iliad and the WHILE loop: computer literacy in a liberal arts program.
- Robert Geitz:
Algorithms and images: computer graphics as an introduction to science.
- William J. Taffe:
Simulation and modelling with Stella: a general education course.
- David Jackson:
A mini-course on concurrency.
- Janet Hartman, Dean Sanders:
Teaching a course in parallel processing with limited resources.
- Allan L. Fisher, Thomas R. Gross:
Teaching the programming of parallel computers.
- Evan Golub, Moshe Augenstein:
Creation of a new case for LUPSort: ALTERNATING.
- Owen L. Astrachan:
Pictures as invariants.
- Tom Whaley:
A framework for program verification in the context of linked structures and pointer variables.
- Vicki L. Almstrum:
The relationship between pre-college mathematics and the undergraduate computer science curricula.
- Thomas J. Scott:
Mathematics and computer science at odds over real numbers.
- Gary Haggard:
A project for data structures and algorithms.
- Debra A. Lelewer, Cheng Ng:
An honors course in data compression.
- Richard Johnsonbaugh, Martin Kalin:
A graph generation software package.
- Dorian P. Yeager:
Teaching concurrency in the programming languages course.
- Barry L. Kurtz:
Laboratory activities for studying the formal semantics of programming languages.
- Barry L. Kurtz, Richard L. Oliver, Edward M. Collins:
The design, implementation, and use of DSTutor: a tutoring system for denotational semantics.
- Ken Slonneger:
An exercise in denotational semantics.
- Yuksel Uckan:
Integrating logic programming into a data base course: views as rules in deductive relational data bases.
- Hossein Saiedian, Hassan Farhat:
A team-oriented, project-intensive database course.
- Louis A. Foster, Norman L. Hughes:
Making files real with a virtual disk.
- Linda H. Pesante:
Integrating writing into computer science courses.
- James C. McKim, Timothy O. Martyn, Roger H. Brown, Michael M. Danchak, Kathleen L. Farrell, C. William Higginbotham, Irina Ilovic, Brian J. McCartin, J. Peter Matelski:
An alternative culminating experience for master's students in computer science.
- Amos O. Olagunju:
The plight of a minority in computer science: an educational manifesto.
- John Motil:
Begin-BIG an approach to the introductory computing course.
- Suzanne Skublics, Paul White:
Teaching Smalltalk as a first programming language.
- Gary H. Locklair:
The introductory computer science course.
- Jane C. Hill, Andrew Wayne:
A CYK approach to parsing in parallel: a case study.
- Ahmad Ghafarian:
An experimental approach to a course on parallel and distributed algorithms.
- Robert M. Harlan:
Searching in parallel: a case study with the single-source shortest path algorithm.
- John A. McCormick:
A laboratory for teaching the development of real-time software systems.
- Carl Steidley:
Robotics: a closer look at microprocessor systems.
- Wayne D. Smith:
The design of an inexpensive undergraduate data communications laboratory.
- Frances K. Bailie:
Improving the modularization ability of novice programmers.
- Ann E. Fleury:
Parameter passing: the rules the students construct.
- Darrah Chavey, Beloit College:
A structured laboratory component for the introductory programming course.
- Joseph M. Clifton:
An industry approach to the software engineering course.
- James E. Tomayko:
Teaching software development in a studio environment.
- C. William Higginbotham, Ralph Morelli:
A system for teaching concurrent programming.
- Ted Mims, Andrzej Hoppe:
Utilizing a transputer laboratory and Occam2 in an undergraduate operating systems course.
- John M. Jeffrey:
Using Petri nets to introduce operating system concepts.
- Steve Cunningham:
User interface programming: a human-computer communication course for computer science.
- James L. Silver:
Using Ada to specify and evaluate projects in a data structures course.
- Greg W. Scragg:
Most computer organization courses are built upside down.
- Dale Skrien, John Hosack:
A multilevel simulator at the register transfer level for use in an introductory machine organization class.
- David Doss, Bill E. Swafford:
Networking non-network applications.
- William J. Collins:
Estimating execution times: a laboratory exercise for CS2.
- Gary A. Ford:
The SEI undergraduate curriculum in software engineering.