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COMPUTER
2006
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What Can We Expect from Program Verification?
The role of intuition in software development was discussed in a most original fashion by Peter Naur in 1984. Yet there has been little subsequent interest in elaborating on Naur&#...
Michael Jackson
COMPUTER
2008
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Can Programming Be Liberated, Period?
higher, more appropriate, level of abstraction. It still entails writing programs, usually by using symbols, keywords, and operational instructions to tell the computer what we wan...
David Harel
BIOINFORMATICS
2006
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What should be expected from feature selection in small-sample settings
Motivation: High-throughput technologies for rapid measurement of vast numbers of biological variables offer the potential for highly discriminatory diagnosis and prognosis; howev...
Chao Sima, Edward R. Dougherty
FAC
2007
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Are the Logical Foundations of Verifying Compiler Prototypes Matching user Expectations?
Abstract. The Verifying Compiler (VC) project proposals suggest that mainstream software developers are its targeted end-users. Like other software engineering efforts, the VC proj...
Patrice Chalin
CHI
1994
ACM
10 years 1 months ago
What HCI designers can learn from video game designers
Computer users have tasks they need to perform, and are therefore motivated to overcome poorly designed interfaces. With video games, there is no external motivation for the task ...
Randy Pausch, Rich Gold, Tim Skelly, David Thiel
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