USA Nell B. Dale (Ed.):
Proceedings of the 23rd SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, 1992, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, March 5-6, 1992.
ACM 1992, ISBN 0-89791-468-6
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by Michael Ley (email@example.com)
- Daniel D. McCracken:
Programming languages in the computer science curriculum.
- Juan Alvarez Rubio:
A first computing course based on curricula 1991.
- Sukhen Dey, Lawrence R. Mand:
Current trends in computer science curriculum: a survey of four-year programs.
- David G. Kay:
A balanced approach to first-year computer science.
- Margaret S. Wu:
The practical need for fourth normal form.
- Billy B. L. Lim, Richard Hunter:
DBTool: a graphical database design tool for an introductory database course.
- Darleen V. Pigford:
The documentation and evaluation of team-oriented database projects.
- David R. Falconer, Martin David Katz:
Building an infrastructure to support writing across the computer science curriculum.
- Vianney Côté, Guy Custeau:
An integrating pedagogical tool based on writing articles.
- Douglas D. Bickerstaff, Judith D. Kaufman:
Improving student writing skills: inter-departmental collaborations.
- Chris McDonald:
Teaching concurrency with Joyce and Linda.
- James D. Mooney:
A course in software portability.
- James D. Kiper, Michael J. Lutz, Henry A. Etlinger:
Undergraduate software engineering laboratories: a progress report from two universities.
- J. Paul Myers Jr.:
Men supporting women computer science students.
- G. Joy Teague:
Raising the self confidence and self esteem of final year female students prior to job interviews.
- J. Morgan Morris:
The effects of an introductory computer course on the attitudes of older adults towards computers.
- Robert M. Aiken, Dean Allemang, Thomas Wehrle:
Designing laboratory modules for novices in an undergraduate AI course track: artificial intelligence.
- Lawrence J. Mazlack, Roger Alan Pick, Paul Tudor, Wallace R. Wood:
Developing expertise in expert system development by developing prototypes for actual commercial applications.
- Adel M. Abunawass:
Biologically based machine learning paradigms: an introductory course.
- Wing C. Tam:
Teaching loop invariants to beginners by examples.
- A. Michael Berman:
Class discussion by computer: a case study.
- Doug Baldwin, Johannes A. G. M. Koomen:
Using scientific experiments in early computer science laboratories.
- Owen L. Astrachan:
On finding a stable roommate, job, or spouse: a case study crossing the boundaries of computer science courses.
- Betty W. Hwang, Andrew B. Whinston, Wilhelmina Savenye:
Management information systems curricula in the United States and the Republic of China: a comparative study.
- Adnan H. Yahya:
Local considerations in computer science curricula development.
- L. S. Tang:
A CPU scheduling simulation from structured programming to object-oriented design.
- David Bellin:
A seminar course in object oriented programming.
- Mark Temte:
A compiler construction project for an object-oriented language.
- J. Stanley Warford:
Good pedagogical random number generators.
- Roger L. Wainwright:
Introducing functional programming in discrete mathematics.
- John F. Cigas:
The art of the state.
- Mark Newsome, Cherri M. Pancake:
A graphical computer simulator for systems programming courses.
- Rosalee Nerheim-Wolfe:
Providing a laboratory for instruction set design.
- William T. Neumann, Marvin C. Woodfill:
A multi-disciplinary approach for digital systems design curricula.
- Catherine C. Bareiss:
An introductory course on the use of operating systems.
- Stephen J. Hartley:
Experience with the language SR in an undergraduate operating systems course.
- Larry Hughes:
Teaching operating systems using Turbo C.
- Marsha Meredith:
Introducing parallel computing into the undergraduate computer science curriculum: a progress report.
- Richard J. Reid:
A laboratory for building computers.
- Michael Magee, Sue Englert:
An interdisciplinary course in digital image processing.
- Donna M. Kaminski:
Introducing the fuzzy paradigm using Prolog.
- Barry L. Kurtz, John B. Johnston:
Using the Synthesizer-Generator to teach principles of programming language semantics.
- K. N. King:
The evolution of the programming languages course.
- Michael J. Clancy, Marcia C. Linn:
Case studies in the classroom.
- Richard K. Brewer:
Down with polynomial addition!
- James Robergé:
Creating programming projects with visual impact.
- Harriet G. Taylor, C. Dianne Martin:
The impact of new accreditation and certification standards for secondary computer science teachers on university computer science departments.
- Marion Cohen, Marilyn Foster, David Kratzer, Patricia Malone, Ann Solem:
Get high school students hooked on science with a challenge.
- Brad Hartfield, Terry Winograd, John Bennett:
Learning HCI design: mentoring project groups in a course on human-computer interaction.
- David G. Kay:
A course in computer law.
- J. L. Wolfe:
Reviving systems programming.
- Martin Osborne:
APPGEN: a tool for teaching systems analysis and design.
- David K. Walker, Hamid Chahryar, Jamil Chaudri, Akhtar Lodgher, Elias Majdalani, David S. Tucker:
Lectureroom demonstration of serial data communications.
- Michael J. Wise:
Detection of similarities in student programs: YAP'ing may be preferable to plague'ing.
- Mary Lou Dorf:
Backtracking the rat way.
- Michael B. Feldman:
The portable dining philosophers: a movable feast of concurrency and software engineering.
- D. J. John:
Integration of parallel computation into introductory computer science.
- Emilio Luque, Remo Suppi, Joan Sorribes:
A quantitative approach for teaching parallel computing.
- Dino Schweitzer:
Designing interactive visualization tools for the graphics classroom.
- G. Scott Owen:
Teaching computer graphics using RenderMan.
- Allan L. Fisher, Thomas R. Gross:
Teaching empirical performance analysis of parallel programs.