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2006
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A Software System for Secure Computer Aided Exams
Erden Basar, Bulent Genc
FECS
2006
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Continuous improvement of the Computer Science Undergraduate Program at CSULA
The Department of Computer Science at California State University, Los Angeles has established an assessment process to guide the continuous improvement of the undergraduate curri...
Russ Abbott, Vladimir Akis, Valentino Crespi, Huip...
FECS
2006
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Student Projects in Computer Networking: Simulation versus Coding
In this paper, we discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using network simulators to teach networking concepts versus having students write programs. The authors have experie...
Leann Christianson, Kevin Q. Brown
FECS
2006
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Nine Ways to Find a Solution
- The complete history of problem solving in computer sciences is a history of continuous attempts to discover, study, mimic and implement ideas, models, metaphors, and sequences f...
Zeeshan-ul-hassan Usmani
FECS
2006
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Pair Programming: Not for Everyone?
- Developments in CS1 pedagogy seek to improve the capabilities of students in their understanding of how to write programs. This involves learning how to solve various types of pr...
Jacob P. Somervell
FECS
2006
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Computer Aided Grading with Agar
Computer-based grading tools have existed for nearly as long as computing courses. The majority of these tools have focused on completely automatic grading of functional requiremen...
Titus Winters, Tom Payne
FECS
2006
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Why and How to Teach Game Programming
Game programming is interesting but tough. It could be counted as a sophisticated software development in an undergraduate curriculum because it deals with a wide range of knowled...
Chong-wei Xu
FECS
2006
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Student Response Systems and Gender: An Evaluation of Its Success
- Student Response Systems (SRS) are becoming more popular in the classroom. The use of an SRS system provides students with an opportunity to control their learning. This study lo...
Laurie Patterson
FECS
2006
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A Lightweight Program Similarity Detection Model using XML and Levenshtein Distance
Program plagiarism is one of the most significant problems in Computer Science education. Most common plagiarism includes modifying comments, reordering statements, and changing v...
Seo-Young Noh, Sangwoo Kim, Cheonyoung Jung