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SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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Why students with an apparent aptitude for computer science don't choose to major in computer science
The statistics show that the number of Computer Science majors is dropping across the United States. Possible reasons include a reduced number of jobs in the field, an incorrect p...
Lori Carter
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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An undergraduate course on software bug detection tools and techniques
The importance of software bug detection tools is high with the constant threat of malicious activity. Companies are increasingly relying on software bug detection tools to catch ...
Eric Larson
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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Non-traditional projects in the undergraduate AI course
Amruth N. Kumar, Deepak Kumar, Ingrid Russell
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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Fifteen compilers in fifteen days
Traditional approaches to semester-long projects in compiler courses force students to implement the early stages of a compiler in depth; since many students fall behind, they hav...
Jeremy D. Frens, Andrew Meneely
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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Teaching computer graphics without raster-level algorithms
Edward Angel, Steve Cunningham, Peter Shirley, Kel...
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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Introductory game creation: no programming required
Many incoming college freshmen have accumulated a significant number of hours of experience playing computer games. Extending that experience to actual game creation activities ca...
A. T. Chamillard
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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Social networks generate interest in computer science
Casey Alt, Owen L. Astrachan, Jeffrey Forbes, Rich...
SIGCSE
2006
ACM
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OOP and the Janus principle
Joel C. Adams