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TEI
2010
ACM
160views Hardware» more  TEI 2010»
11 years 8 months ago
Think globally, build locally: a technological platform for low-cost, open-source, locally-assembled programmable bricks for edu
“Programmable bricks” are microcontroller-based devices that can be used in various educational projects, such as robotic prototypes, environmental sensing, and interactive ar...
Arnan Sipitakiat, Paulo Blikstein
LREC
2008
128views Education» more  LREC 2008»
11 years 3 months ago
Relation between Agreement Measures on Human Labeling and Machine Learning Performance: Results from an Art History Domain
We discuss factors that affect human agreement on a semantic labeling task in the art history domain, based on the results of four experiments where we varied the number of labels...
Rebecca J. Passonneau, Thomas Lippincott, Tae Yano...
ICSM
2003
IEEE
11 years 7 months ago
Populating a Release History Database from Version Control and Bug Tracking Systems
Version control and bug tracking systems contain large amounts of historical information that can give deep insight into the evolution of a software project. Unfortunately, these ...
Michael Fischer, Martin Pinzger, Harald Gall
VL
2007
IEEE
123views Visual Languages» more  VL 2007»
11 years 8 months ago
Introductory Computing Construct Use in an End-User Programming Community
Previous studies of end-user programmers have indicated a reliance on related examples for learning. Accordingly, we analyzed the projects contained in an online community with re...
Brian Dorn, Allison Elliott Tew, Mark Guzdial
SEUS
2009
IEEE
11 years 8 months ago
Concurrency and Communication: Lessons from the SHIM Project
Abstract. Describing parallel hardware and software is difficult, especially in an embedded setting. Five years ago, we started the shim project to address this challenge by develo...
Stephen A. Edwards
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