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SPLASH 2017
Sun 22 - Fri 27 October 2017 Vancouver, Canada

Problem solving is a critical programming skill, yet, most most learning opportunities don’t include instruction on it. Part of the reason for this may be due to the difficulty in modeling the cognitive and iterative nature of programming. In this paper we present the Problem Solving Tutor, a web based tool for delivering interactive worked examples that model the iterative and cognitive processes of programming

Conference Day
Mon 23 Oct

Displayed time zone: Tijuana, Baja California change

15:30 - 17:00
Insights into Programmer Thought Processes and ExperiencePLATEAU at Regency D
Chair(s): Sarah E. ChasinsUniversity of California, Berkeley
15:30
20m
Talk
Lost in Space and Time? Quantifying the Size of Unit Test Execution Histories
PLATEAU
Mohammad reza, Matthias HauswirthUniversità della Svizzera italiana (USI)
Pre-print
15:50
15m
Talk
Modeling Programming Problem Solving Through Interactive Worked Examples
PLATEAU
Dastyni LoksaUniversity of Washington, Amy KoUniversity of Washington
Pre-print
16:05
20m
Talk
OpenMP or Pthreads: Which is Better for Beginners?
PLATEAU
Pedro BruelUniversity of São Paulo, Paulo MeirellesUniversity of São Paulo and University of Brasília, Raphael CobeSão Paulo State University, Alfredo GoldmanUniversity of São Paulo
Pre-print
16:25
20m
Talk
Can Some Programming Languages Be Considered Harmful?
PLATEAU
Sabine JanssensStressLabo, Ulrik Pagh SchultzUniversity of Southern Denmark, Vadim ZaytsevRaincode Labs, Belgium
Pre-print
16:45
20m
Talk
Preliminary Analysis of Contestant Performance for a Code Hunt Contest
PLATEAU
Adrian ClarkUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Jonathan WellsUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Angello Astorga, Andrew XieIndependent, Jalen Coleman-LandsUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Tao Xie
Pre-print