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2003
IEEE
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Preserving non-programmers' motivation with error-prevention and debugging support tools
A significant challenge in teaching programming to disadvantaged populations is preserving learners’ motivation and confidence. Because programming requires such a diverse set o...
Andrew Jensen Ko
VL
2003
IEEE
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Generalizing WYSIWYT visual testing to screen transition languages
ct How can rigorous forms of testing be supported in a way that is both compatible with the visual aspect of visual programming languages, and usable by the audiences using those l...
Darren Brown, Margaret M. Burnett, Gregg Rothermel...
VL
2003
IEEE
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FoXQ -XQuery by forms
We introduce FoXQ, a visual language that would enable end users to query XML. Our aim is to develop a language that would bring a lot of the functionality of XQuery within the re...
Robin Abraham
VL
2005
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
RGG+: An Enhancement to the Reserved Graph Grammar Formalism
Xiaoqin Zeng, Kang Zhang, Jun Kong, Guang-Lei Song
VL
2005
IEEE
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Benchmarking for Graph Transformation
Gergely Varró, Andy Schürr, Dán...
VL
2005
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Transformation of UML State Machines for Direct Execution
Executable UML models are nowadays gaining interest in embedded systems design. This domain is strongly devoted to the modeling of reactive behavior using StateChart variants. In ...
Tim Schattkowsky, Wolfgang Müller 0003
VL
2005
IEEE
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Estimating the Numbers of End Users and End User Programmers
In 1995, Boehm predicted that by 2005, there would be “55 million performers” of “end user programming” in the United States. The original context and method which generat...
Christopher Scaffidi, Mary Shaw, Brad A. Myers
VL
2005
IEEE
10 years 5 months ago
Visualizing What People Are Doing on the Web
What are people currently looking at in their web browser? Do the patterns of pages change over time? Are changes periodic or just related to current events or other factors? We a...
Steven P. Reiss, Guy Eddon
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