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29th PPIG Annual Workshop 2018: London, UK
- Proceedings of the 29th Annual Workshop of the Psychology of Programming Interest Group, PPIG 2018, London, UK, September 5 - 7, 2018. Psychology of Programming Interest Group 2018
- Antranig Basman:
What Lies in the Path of the Revolution.
- Matt Bellingham, Simon Holland, Paul Mulholland:
Choosers: The design and evaluation of a visual algorithmic music composition language for non-programmers.
- Alan F. Blackwell:
A Craft Practice of Programming Language Research.
- Colin B. D. Clark, Sepideh Shahi:
On Continuing Creativity.
- Shanon Ernst, Jennifer Parham-Mocello:
Crafting Design Documents in First-Year CS Courses.
- Hua Leong Fwa, Lindsay Marshall:
Investigating multimodal affect sensing in an Affective Tutoring System using unobtrusive sensors.
- Alan Hall:
The Lish: a data model to support analysis by end user programmers.
- Alan Hall, Michel Wermelinger, Tony Hirst, Santi Phithakkitnukoon:
Wide, long, or nested data? Reconciling the machine and human viewpoints.
- Felienne Hermans, Marileen Smit:
Explicit Direct Instruction in Programming Education.
- Kate Howland, James Jackson:
Investigating Conversational Programming for End-Users in Smart Environments through Wizard of Oz Interactions.
- Clayton Lewis:
- Catalin F. Perticas, Bipin Indurkhya:
Modeling cognitive processes underlying computer programming.
- Advait Sarkar, Andrew D. Gordon:
How do people learn to use spreadsheets? (Work in progress).
- Oli Sharpe:
All recordable human discourse is trapped in aleph-zero.
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