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CHI
2004
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Designing the whyline: a debugging interface for asking questions about program behavior
Debugging is still among the most common and costly of programming activities. One reason is that current debugging tools do not directly support the inquisitive nature of the act...
Andrew Jensen Ko, Brad A. Myers
ICSE
2008
IEEE-ACM
12 years 2 months ago
Debugging reinvented: asking and answering why and why not questions about program behavior
When software developers want to understand the reason for a program's behavior, they must translate their questions about the behavior into a series of questions about code,...
Andrew Jensen Ko, Brad A. Myers
CHI
2009
ACM
12 years 2 months ago
Finding causes of program output with the Java Whyline
Debugging and diagnostic tools are some of the most important software development tools, but most expect developers choose the right code to inspect. Unfortunately, this rarely o...
Andrew Jensen Ko, Brad A. Myers
ENTCS
2007
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11 years 1 months ago
Algorithmic Debugging of Java Programs
In this paper we propose applying the ideas of declarative debugging to the object-oriented language Java as an alternative to traditional trace debuggers used in imperative langu...
Rafael Caballero, Christian Hermanns, Herbert Kuch...
CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Answering why and why not questions in user interfaces
Modern applications such as Microsoft Word have many automatic features and hidden dependencies that are frequently helpful but can be mysterious to both novice and expert users. ...
Brad A. Myers, David A. Weitzman, Andrew Jensen Ko...
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